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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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Poppy McLeod receives $9,910 ISS Grant

Mar 23, 2015
Prof. Poppy McLeod (in collaboration with Prof. Alicia Orta-Ramirez, Food Science) received a $9,910 grant from Cornell’s Institute for the Social Sciences. The project title is “Contributions of Undergraduate Team Experiences to Professional Preparedness.” Read more

Jonathon Schuldt & Jeff Niederdeppe awarded Town Creek Foundation grant

Mar 20, 2015
Congratulations to Professors Jonathon Schuldt and Jeff Niederdeppe, who won a $77,120 grant from the Town Creek Foundation for their proposed research on the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Professors Schuldt and Niederdeppe are Principal and Co-Principal Investigators on the grant, which is entitled “Examining Links between Marylanders’ Opinions toward Agriculture, Health, and Sustainability-Related Policies in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.”

Jon Schuldt quoted in Cornell Chronicle

Feb 16, 2015
Professor Jon Schuldt and grad student Sungjong Roh's work on environmental language was examined in the Cornell Chronicle. The article cites their research findings that "climate change" is more effective than "global warming" in encouraging public perceptions of scientific consensus. Read more