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Colloquium Series

Spring 2018 Schedule

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

February 2018

  • February 5th: Drs. Sahara Byrne, Jeff Niederdeppe, and Amelia Greiner Safi, Cornell University (in 458 Mann Library Building)
  • February 12th: Dr. Katherine Sender, University of Michigan (in 175 Warren Hall)
  • February 28th: Dr. Janis Whitlock, Cornell University (in 458 Mann Library Building at 1pm)

March 2018

  • March 7th: Dr. Pablo Boczkowski, Northwestern University (in 458 Mann Library Building)
  • March 19th: Dr. Annette Markham, Arhaus University

April 2018

  • April 16th: Dr. Kai Liu, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
  • April 30th: Dr. Joseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania

May 2018

  • May 9th: ICA Preview Talks and Undergraduate Honors Thesis Presentations

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


 

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Christopher Byrne’s “ Writing & Producing the Narrative for Digital Media” (COMM 3010) class created podcasts that aired on the radio. Christopher tasked students with writing, editing, and recording stories from and about their community. He then arrange

Nov 16, 2015
Christopher Byrne’s “ Writing & Producing the Narrative for Digital Media” (COMM 3010) class created podcasts that aired on the radio. Christopher tasked students with writing, editing, and recording stories from and about their community. He then arranged for their stories to air on WVBR radio on Sunday evenings.

Dr. Jodi Cohen & Buttny, R. (2015) published “Public Meeting Discourse,” in the International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction.

Nov 1, 2015
Dr. Jodi Cohen & Buttny, R. (2015) published “Public Meeting Discourse,” in the International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction.

Jon Schuldt featured in the Cornell Chronicle

Sep 16, 2015
Prof. Jon Schuldt was featured in the Cornell Chronicle for research to be published in Health Communication. The research shows that when the photo of an overweight woman accompanied a meal, participants judged those meals to be less healthy than the same meal accompanied by a photo of a thin blogger. Read more

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