Associate Professor Gang Han reports: His paper, titled “Making the invisible colleges visible: An author co-citation analysis of health communication scholarship, 1989-2012,” was accepted for presentation in the Health Communication Division of ICA’s annual conference in Japan in June. Besides reviewing 10 submissions for ICA’s 2016 annual conference, Han recently reviewed manuscripts for several journals, … Continue reading Han to Publish Paper on Health Communication Scholarship
Associate Director Joel Geske has had a paper accepted to Teaching Media Quarterly. It is a special edition on Teaching Black Lives Matter and titled “Riot vs. Revelry: News Bias through Visual Media.” He also was was re-appointed to the steering committee for Women’s and Gender Studies program.
Associate Professor Michael Dahlstrom reports two acceptances at the upcoming International Communication Association conference in Fukuoka, Japan: The first is a meta-analysis of narrative persuasion experiments between 2000 and 2013 and is co-authored with Jeff Niederdeppe of Cornell. The second is a study exploring the intersection between narrative persuasion and third person perceptions and is … Continue reading Dahlstrom Reports Two Acceptances to ICA Conference
Assistant Professor Jan Lauren Boyles had a paper accepted to the upcoming World Journalism Education Congress, slated for this July in Auckland, New Zealand. The research focuses on how data journalists integrate new routines into daily news production, and how journalism educators can better prepare future graduates for the dynamic, data-driven newsroom. In teaching, Boyles … Continue reading Boyles’s Paper Accepted to World Journalism Education Congress,
Assistant Professor [Dara Wald]() reports that a collaborative article exploring the challenges of network capture, shifting stakeholder boundaries and competing knowledge claims in natural resource conservation will be published as part of a special issue in Frontiers in Ecology and Environment. Another manuscript comparing risk perceptions and tolerance for non-native animals in Florida and Hawaii … Continue reading Wald’s Collaborative Article, Manuscript to be Published
Assistant Professor [Tracy Lucht]() co-authored a book chapter that will be published in the forthcoming Bad Men and Damaged Women: Gender, Violence, and 21st Century Television (Wayne State University Press, 2016). Her manuscript “From Sob Sister to Society Editor: The Storied Career of Dorothy Ashby Pownall” was accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed Annals of … Continue reading Lucht to have Chapter, Manuscript Published