- B.F.A, Florida State University
- M.A., Purdue University
- M.S., Cornell University
Unintended effects of health communication and entertainment media; digital media literacy; mobile health communication; health disparities; role of prejudice, embodiment, and narrative in persuasion
- Cannon, J. (2019) Liking and Physical Attraction offer Promising Pathways to Policy Persuasion despite Potentially Negative Narrative Influence. Best Student Paper COM-SHER Division at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference August 2019, Toronto, CA.
- Cannon, J., Seipel, M., Shaprio, M., Zhuo, S. (2019) Strong Ethnic Identification May Predict Illness: A study of foodborne illness in Mexican Americans and non-Hispanic whites. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Communication Association Conference May 2019, Washington D.C.
CALS Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award – Cornell University – 2018/2019
This award recognizes outstanding graduate teaching assistants in each field across the university.