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School sets spring Research Colloquium schedule

SoJ Web Report | Feb. 3, 2013
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The Research Colloquium is designed to give researchers and scholars an opportunity to discuss their work with colleagues for feedback and advice.  Talks are each Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the Ernie Pyle Hall lounge. All are welcome to attend.
 
Here is the spring schedule:
  • Feb. 5: Lu Wei of Zhejang University, "Social Media and Digital Inequalities in China"
  • Feb. 12: Faculty, "Job Talks in Academia"
  • Feb. 19: Doctoral student Maureen Savage, "Will You Listen? An examination of credibility in radio"
  • Feb. 26: Faculty, "Publishing and Ethics of Authorship in Academia"
  • March 5: Professor Claude Cookman, "Look's Team in Havana: An American reporter and Swiss photographer find different realities in Cuba after the missile crisis"
  • March 19: Fil Menczer, School of Informatics and Computer Science, "Tracking the Diffusion of Ideas in Social Media"
  • March 26: Doctoral candidate Kioko Ireri, "Constructing a Portrait of Kenyan Journalists in the 21st Century: Demographics, job satisfaction and influences on news values and autonomy"
  • April 2: Betsi Grabe, Department of Telecommunications, "Revisiting the knowledge gap through visual measures"
  • April 9: Professors Lars Willnat and Jae Kook Lee and doctoral candidate Jihyang Choi, "Social Media and Political Engagement in the 2012 U.S. and Korean Presidential Elections"
  • April 16: Doctoral student Sangwon Park, "Globalization and Korean Media Studies: Research agendas from 2000-12"
  • April 16: Doctoral student Shi Li, "From April 5 to June 4: Chinese photography between 1976-89"

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