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Colloquium Series

Spring 2019 Schedule

Time: 1:30pm in 102 Mann (unless otherwise noted)

September 2019

  • September 16: Second Year Project Poster Session in the Hub (4th floor of Mann Library Building)

October 2019

  • October 7: Dr. Julia Corbett, University of Utah
  • October 17: Dr. David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara (co-sponsored with the Roper Center; 1:30-2:45pm, 655 Rhodes Hall)

November 2019

  • November 4: Dr. Noah Feinstein, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • November 18: Dr. MC Forelle, Cornell Tech

December 2019

  • December 2: Dr. René Kizilcec, Cornell University

If you would like to be added to the Communication Colloquium Series listserve to receive reminders for these events, please send a request to Joanna.


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Poppy McLeod named Kenneth J. Bissett '89 Professor of Communication

Jun 7, 2019

We are overjoyed to announce that Professor and Chair Poppy McLeod has been named Kenneth J. Bissett ’89 Professor of Communication. She is being recognized for her highly regarded scholarship and leadership in the department, college, and university. Please join me in congratulating Poppy on this achievement.

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Sahara Byrne promoted to Full Professor

May 17, 2019

Congratulations to Professor Sahara Byrne on her promotion!

Neil Lewis Jr. publishes "Modeling gender counter-stereotypic group behavior: a brief video intervention reduces participation gender gaps on STEM teams" in Social Psychology of Education

Apr 13, 2019

Neil Lewis Jr.'s newest article "Modeling gender counter-stereotypic group behavior: a brief video intervention reduces participation gender gaps on STEM teams" was just published in Social Psychology of Education. The article reports the results of a group-level (rather than individual-level) intervention that was able to reduce gender gaps in participation on teams of STEM students who were working together on group projects. The results underscore the importance of all parties on teams (and in organizations) working together to achieve equity, or as Neil and collaborators concluded in the paper "to reduce gaps and disparities in outcomes it may not be enough to show women high-achieving role models and encourage them to speak up (or lean in); it may also require men to actively support those efforts--to step back and make room."

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Faculty win $40,000 Engaged Cornell Grant

Apr 2, 2019

Neil Lewis Jr., Sahara ByrneAmelia Greiner Safi, Andrea Stevenson WonJeff Niederdeppe & Jon Schuldt won a $40,000 grant for faculty research on engagement from Engaged Cornell. Their project is entitled, "Are Mobile Research Laboratories Effective Vehicles for Engaging Underrepresented Populations in Social Scientific Research?"

Their goal is to assess how using the Cornell Mobile Research Lab affects scientific engagement among participants from groups typically underrepresented in social scientific research and how using this innovative technology to conduct research with minority communities affects perceptions and practices of researchers. They will survey participants in mobile lab studies to assess their engagement and also conduct qualitative interviews with researchers to examine how using the mobile lab affects their perceptions and research practices. Studying engagement in this bi-directional way will enable them to learn more about which research methods and questions foster (or undermine) scientific engagement and trust; that data can help us to (a) advance knowledge about community engaged research processes, and (b) give community members a greater voice in shaping future research practices.

Natalie Bazarova wins CALS Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Independent Research award

Mar 28, 2019

Natalie Bazarova received the CALS award for Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Students in Independent Research. The recipient of this award is selected annually by CALS undergraduate students to recognize an outstanding research mentor in the College who goes above and beyond to foster and support research among emerging scholars, and who has made a deep and lasting impact on their academic careers at Cornell.