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Colloquium Series - Fall 2014 Schedule

Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: Room 213 Kennedy Hall

September 2014

  • September 15th : Second-Year Projects Poster Session
  • September 29th: Jeff Hancock, Ph.D. – Professor in the Department of Communication and Co-Chair of the Department of Information Science at Cornell University

October 2014

  • October 27th: Ed Maibach, Ph.D. – Professor and Director of Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University

November 2014

  • November 3rd: Brian Uzzi, Ph.D. – Richard L. Thomas Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
  • November 17th: Adam Seth Levine, Ph.D. – Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at Cornell University

December 2014

  • December 1st: TBA


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Communication affiliates featured in periodiCALS

Nov 17, 2014
Drew Margolin, Geri Gay, and Katherine McComas were featured in the fall 2014 issue of periodiCALS. Drew Margolin in “Telltale Tweets, ” p. 7; Prof. Geri Gay in “Vital Status Updates,” p. 17; and Prof. Katherine McComas in  ”A Practical Science: Agricultural Biotechnology in Focus,”  p. 28. Read more

Geri Gay and Eric Baumer Receive NSF Grant

Nov 13, 2014
Professor Geri Gay and Post-Doctoral Associate Eric Baumer received an NSF grant to study the non-use of Facebook, entitled “Non-Use as a Transformative Lens for Understanding Social Technology.” The three-year grant is $499,860.

Welcome new members of the Cornell faculty

Oct 24, 2013
To help introduce new members of the university's faculty to the Cornell community, the Cornell Chronicle is publishing brief new-faculty profiles for the 2013-14 academic year. Read more

If It's Green, It Must Be Healthy

Jonathon Schuldt
Mar 19, 2013
Professor Jonathon Schuldt discusses the persuasive effects of green labels in The Atlantic "If It's Green It Must Be Healthy" and US News & World Report "Consumers View Foods with Green Labeling as Healthier - Study." Read more

Confusion Reigns: Cutting Through the Overload of Information on Cancer Prevention

Jeffrey Niederdeppe
Mar 15, 2013
For the past 10 years or so, Jeff Niederdeppe and his colleagues have been studying how Americans make sense of public information about the causes of cancer and ways to prevent it. Read Professor Niederdeppe's article "Confusion Reigns: Cutting Through the Overload of Information on Cancer Prevention" at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation site. Read more