CCI Doctoral Poster Session winners announced

Winners of the CCI Doctoral Poster Session, held on Oct. 3 from 12-1:00 in the Goldstein Library, were announced today. Students from each of the three schools comprising the College of Communication & Information competed to convey the research significance of their projects to a wide audience through their posters and oral presentations.

The winning students will receive travel money to attend conferences where they will make research presentations. The first-, second-, and third-place winners of each school, along with their research presentation titles, were:

School of Communication

  1. Andy Ellis, Black, White, or Green: The powerful influence of ethnicity on pro-environmental attitudes and behaviors. [Andrew Ellis and Dr. Felipe Korzenny]
  2. Jennifer Toole, Ecotainment: Effects on Attitude Accessibility, Norm Accessibility, and Behavioral Correlates
  3. Young Sun Lee, Effect of political television advertisement on presidential candidate image in South Korea

School of Communication Science & Disorders

  1. Jenny Brown, Evaluation of a Multi-Component Online Professional Development Program for Early Intervention Providers
  2. Rachel Johnson,  How Practice Affects Outcomes in MLG Delivered via Telerehabilitation Techniques
  3. Derek Headley, Variability in Clinical Swallowing Evaluations: A National Survey of Medical Speech-Language Pathologists

School of Library & Information Studies

  1. Wonchan Choi, What makes online health information credible for senior citizens?: A semi-structure interview study
  2. Jon Hollister, Lie to me!  Gender deception and detection in Computer-Mediated Communications
  3. Jisue Lee, Re-Tweeting Political Messages in South Korea: Who Re-Tweets What and Why?