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Jan Lauren Boyles published in Convergence
Jan Lauren Boyles, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication had an article accepted in Convergence. The piece, co-authored with Greenlee grad student Jared Meisinger, focuses on how newsroom librarians have shifted their workflows with the advent […]
Jennifer L. Knox published on Washington Post
An essay by Jennifer L. Knox was published on the Washington Post website.
Gang Han book chapter published
Gang Han’s peer-reviewed book chapter, "Influences of audience feedback on news content in traditional and new media: A theoretical evaluation" appeared in Media Scholarship in a Transitional Age, published by Peter Lang in February.
Michael Bugeja published in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator
Michael Bugeja’s article “Making the Connection: Aggregate Internship Data as Direct and Indirect Measure Informing Curricula and Assessment,” appeared in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator.
Daniela V. Dimitrova published in American Behavioral Scientist
Daniela Dimitrova's research on how national newspapers cover the Syrian refugee crisis was published in American Behavioral Scientist. The study found Turkish papers were more likely to depict refugees as victims while Bulgarian newspapers offered a more distanced portrayal often […]
Dennis Chamberlin photographed an assignment about water quality in Iowa for National Geographic.
Dennis Chamberlin, associate professor, took photographs for an article on water quality in Iowa for National Geographic.
Newell, Tavanapong and Berghefer publish article in Journal of Advertising Education
"Teaching Ad Tech: Assessing Collaborative Teaching in an Advertising, Computer Science and Design Course" appears in the just published edition of the Journal of Advertising Education. The paper was co-authored by Jay Newell, associate professor in the Greenlee School of […]
Mark Nieman publishes book: "Rising Powers and Foreign Policy Revisionism"
Mark Nieman, an assistant professor of political science, is an author of a brand-new book from University of Michigan Press: "Rising Powers and Foreign Policy Revisionism". The book addresses possibilities for international conflict associated with the rise of the "BRICS" […]
Congressional briefing, "Automation and the Workforce" to be broadcast on CSPAN3
Amy Bix, a professor of history, traveled to Capitol Hill on November 13 to deliver a Congressional Briefing on Automation and the Workforce, organized by the National History Center in Washington D.C. Bix joined Jonathan Coopersmith, a professor of history […]
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