Congratulations to PhD student Larissa Carneiro!
She had her article “The Implication of Technology in Mediatization and Mediation Approaches to Religious Studies” accepted for publication in the journal Culture and Religion.
Congratulations to PhD student Adele Hite!
She was quoted in a New York Times story on the new federal dietary guidelines! You can read the full article here.
Congratulations to PhD students Gwendolynne Reid and Keon Pettiway!
They presented “Checking the Pulse of Multimodal Pedagogy: A Genre-based Inquiry of Rhetoric Across the Disciplines” at this year’s North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing. Gwendolynne Reid also presented “Digital Academic Genres in the FYC Classroom: A Pedagogical Thought Experiment” […]
Congratulations to PhD student Elizabeth Johnson-Young!
She had an article “Collective efficacy and the regulatory framing of health messages: Influences on concern for body image” published in the Journal of Health Communication.
Congratulations to PhD student Hector Rendon and Professor Melissa Johnson!
They had their paper “Media Coverage of Children at the Border: A “Minor” Problem” accepted to the Ethnicity and Race Division of the International Communication Association, taking place in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Congratulations to PhD student Larissa Carneiro and Professor Melissa Johnson!
They had their article “Ethnic Past and Ethnic Now: the representation of memory in ethnic museum websites,” accepted for publication by the Public Relations Inquiry journal.
Congratulations to PhD student Hector Rendon!
He is a 2104-2015 HASTAC Scholar grantee.
Congratulations to PhD student Melissa Adams!
She was invited to present at an AEJMC pre-conference panel titled “Social Media Measurement:Essentials for the Classroom and the Profession” – to be held Aug. 5, 2015 in San Francisco.
Congratulations to PhD student Dan Trigoboff!
He was interviewed on cable TV regarding NBC anchor Brian Williams’ ethical issues. You can see his interview here (starting at 1:28).
Congratulations to alumna Ashley Rose Kelly!
She won the 2015 CCCC Outstanding Dissertation Award in Technical Communication for her dissertation, “Hacking Science: Emerging Parascientific Genres and Public Participation in Scientific Research.” Her doctoral committee members were committee chair Carolyn Miller (CRDM-English), Nancy Penrose (CRDM-English), Bill Kinsella […]