“Social Media and Political Campaigning Around the World” addresses the complexities of social media content, its use and the effects on political campaigns, both in the United States and internationally.
“An Unprecedented Election,” a newly released book co-edited by Dianne Bystrom of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, features research by Greenlee Professor Daniela Dimitrova, graduate student Kimberly Nelson and Assistant Professor Kelly Winfrey.
Women whose leadership has made a difference at Iowa State University will be honored by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics on the 12th annual Woman Impacting Iowa State calendar – and two of them have ties to the Greenlee School.
Graduate Director Daniela Dimitrova reports the following: Graduate students in JLMC 592 had the opportunity to meet three former master’s students this semester: Gladys Nortey, Taylor Wen and Matt Neznanski. Alumni shared helpful tips and advice with the new cohort. Served as an external reviewer for promotion/ tenure for a faculty member at Bilkent University, … Continue reading Dimitrova reports graduate program news, research, service and publication
Professor Daniela Dimitrova will moderate the AEJMC panel titled “All Politics Is Social? The Evolution of Social Media Use in Presidential Campaigns.” Greenlee’s Raluca Cozma and Kelly Winfrey will be presenting on the role of Twitter and Facebook in the primaries, respectively. Dimitrova, director of graduate education, also reports two grad students have acceptances at … Continue reading Dimitrova to Moderate AEJMC Panel, Reports Grad Student Research Acceptances
Director of Graduate Studies Daniela Dimitrova reports the following: Teaching: She is working on updating her online course Communication Technologies and Social Change (JL MC/TSC 574), which is slated for the Summer II session. Research: She just published a book chapter along with graduate student Sisi Hu. It is titled “The 2014 midterm elections on … Continue reading Dimitrova Reports Research, Service, Teaching Updates