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Paper co-authored by statistics professor and graduate students named February Editor’s Choice by Preventative Veterinary Medicine

A paper co-authored by Associate Professor in Statistics and Veterinary Diagnostic & Production Animal Medicine Chong Wang, statistics graduate student Dapeng Hu, and statistics graduate student Paul Morris was named February Editor’s Choice by Preventive Veterinary Medicine. The article, “Active regional surveillance for early detection of exotic/emerging pathogens of swine: A comparison of statistical methods … Continue reading Paper co-authored by statistics professor and graduate students named February Editor’s Choice by Preventative Veterinary Medicine

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Michael Bugeja publishes several opinion and analysis pieces

Michael Bugeja, Disginguished Professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, penned several opinion pieces which are featured in high-profile publications. Bugeja authored two analysis pieces for the Poynter Institute, a non-profit journalism school and research organization. “Holding signatories and adherents to account in the Texas Supreme Court Case” and “Understanding journalism (or its … Continue reading Michael Bugeja publishes several opinion and analysis pieces

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Jan Lauren Boyles publishes article in Journalism & Mass Communication Educator

Jan Lauren Boyles, associate professor and Director of Graduate Education in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, published “Opportunities and Challenges: Professional Development Programming in Media and Communication Education.” This research was published in Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, a peer-reviewed, quarterly journal that addresses the professional needs of the journalism and mass communication … Continue reading Jan Lauren Boyles publishes article in Journalism & Mass Communication Educator

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Kelly Winfrey publishes research in Communication Studies

Kelly Winfrey, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, published “Engaging in Political Talk on Facebook: Investigating the Role of Interpersonal Goals and Cognitive Engagement.” The article was published in Communication Studies, which features high-quality original scholarship focused centrally on communication processes. Articles published in Communication Studies represent the diversity of scholarship … Continue reading Kelly Winfrey publishes research in Communication Studies

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Dara Wald publishes article in WIREs Climate Change

Dara Wald, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, published an article, “Who Are American Evangelical Protestants and Why Do They Matter for US Climate Policy?” Wald co-authored the article with Robin G. Veldman, Sarah B. Mills and David A. M. Peterson. The article was published in WIRE’s Climate Change, an important … Continue reading Dara Wald publishes article in WIREs Climate Change

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Dara Wald co-authors article in Environmental Communication

Dara Wald, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, co-authored “The Role of Scientific Source Credibility and Goodwill in Public Skepticism Toward GM Foods.” Wald co-authored the article with Kathleen P. Hunt. The article appears in Environmental Communication which is published by Taylor & Francis Online. Environmental Communication is an international, peer-reviewed … Continue reading Dara Wald co-authors article in Environmental Communication

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Sebastian Braun co-authors textbook, “Introduction to American Indian Studies: Policies, Histories, and Contemporary Issues”

Sebastian Braun, associate professor of anthropology and director of the American Indian Studies Program, has co-authored a second edition of “Introduction to American Indian Studies: Policies, Histories, and Contemporary Issues.” This is a new interdisciplinary textbook for American Indian Studies. In addition to historical overviews, the texbook includes short definitions of important topics, discussions of … Continue reading Sebastian Braun co-authors textbook, “Introduction to American Indian Studies: Policies, Histories, and Contemporary Issues”

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Alexander Holt publishes “This is a Simile Precarious Imagery in the Third Book About Achim”

Alexander Holt, lecturer in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, has published “This is a Simile Precarious Imagery in the Third Book About Achim” in Johnson-Jahrbuch 27 (2021). For more information about this publication, visit here. The book was published by Wallstein Verlag, which was founded in 1986 by Thedel V. Wallmoden founded together … Continue reading Alexander Holt publishes “This is a Simile Precarious Imagery in the Third Book About Achim”