Associate Professor Michael Dahlstrom will be presenting a paper, co-authored with Sonny Rosenthal of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, titled “The Influence of Narrative Messages on Third-Person Perception,” at this summer’s annual AEJMC Conference in Minneapolis. Dahlstrom also will be one of the guest instructors for The Center for Interdisciplinary Health Research’s summer school program … Continue reading Dahlstrom to Present at AEJMC, Health Communication Programs
Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles will receive one of the six grants being awarded for participation in the 2016-17 Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors in Social Media Program. The grant will enable her to visit a major daily newspaper for a two-week externship. Details of the visit will be released later in the week by … Continue reading Boyles Wins Scripps Howard Visiting Professorship in Social Media
Assistant Professor Andrew Pritchard has a peer-reviewed article in the current number of Historical Methods. The study quantifies changes in the contents of colonial Australian newspapers after the end of censorship in 1824. Pritchard also submitted three papers to the AEJMC conference (two co-authored with M.A. candidate Sisi Hu and one with honors undergraduate Elaina … Continue reading Pritchard has Article Published, Submits Three Papers to AEJMC
Assistant Professor Tracy Lucht wrote a feature article about women and journalism for the most recent issue of A Different Point of View, the quarterly newsletter of the National Women’s History Museum. She is reviewing AEJMC papers for the History Division and the Commission on the Status of Women. Also she is reviewing National Endowment … Continue reading Lucht Publishes Feature Article, Reviewing Papers, Grant Applications
Associate Professor Jay Newell has won a mentorship award and Assistant Professor Tracy Lucht helped secure a Women’s and Diversity Grant. Newell has been named an Exemplary Faculty Mentor for his guidance of Assistant Professor Su Jung Kim, who nominated him, announced Cinzia Cervato, faculty fellow for Early Career Faculty Development, Office of the Provost. … Continue reading Newell Receives Honor, Lucht Helps Secure Grant
Assistant Professor Kelly Winfrey reports the following: Panelist for Veritas Discussion Panel on March 23 from 2–3p.m. in the Campanile Room of the Memorial Union. Panelist in Election Analysis Roundtable on KHOI Radio on April 7 from 4–5p.m. Invited Speaker at the Aspiring International Women in Leadership Summit at ISU on April 9. Central States … Continue reading Winfrey Reports on Speaking Appearances
Assistant Professor [Andrew Pritchard]() has an article in the upcoming number of Historical Methods, reporting a historical and quantitative evaluation of the beginning of press freedom in Australia. He also recently concluded his service on a committee to review hundreds of applications for LAS scholarships.