Communication Faculty and Students will Present at the ICA Conference

This article was written by Kaitlyn Connell, a junior public relations student and School of Communication Director’s Ambassador.   This year, the International Communication Association (ICA) will hold its 72nd annual conference in Paris, France between May 26-30. Scholars can choose to participate either remotely or in-person due to COVID-19. Several faculty and students from …

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SCSD Undergraduate Student Published in Seminars in Speech and Language Journal

SCSD Student Kaia Stevenson, alongside Dr. Kelly Farquharson, has been published in the Seminars in Speech and Language journal. Their work will also be presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention this November. Their article, titled, “Which speech sound norms are used in US public schools? A retrospective survey analysis,” is a study almost three …

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CCI Researchers Study the Rhetoric of Civil Rights Advocate Bob Moses

CCI Faculty member Dr. Davis Houck, Fannie Lou Hamer Professor of Communication, Erika LeFlouria, studying Media/Communication Studies and working as Deputy Sports Editor of the FSView, and Dean Delp, a recent alumnus with degrees in Media/Communication Studies and Film, have come together to study the rhetoric employed by civil rights advocate Bob Moses. Their work …

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iSchool Doctoral Student Wins Business Information Review Journal Best Article Award

iSchool PhD student Lateef Ayinde has won the Business Information Review Journal (BIR) Prize for Best Article. The BIR is devoted to the practice of business information provision. It offers content and resources tailored to information managers, librarians, knowledge managers, researchers, analysts, consultants, and publishers. The prize for Best Article is awarded based on a …

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CCI Researchers Study the Return to Live Sports Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

School of Communication researchers have come together to study the return to live sports during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their study, titled, “The Rush to Return to Live Sports Events: A Political Economic Analysis of Sports Entertainment in the Time of COVID-19,” was recently published in the Political Economy of Communication. The article …

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