SJMC grad students and faculty will travel to Washington D.C. to present their research the AEJMC 2023 Annual Conference from August 7-10, 2023.
Professor Sue Robinson recently published “How Journalists Engage: A Theory of Trust Building, Identities, and Care,” a book exploring trust building in journalism.
A new UW-Madison report has found that 27% of Wisconsin Republicans and 14% of Wisconsin Democrats reside in partisan bubbles, where they do not regularly hear opposing perspectives in news or political conversations.
Lucas Graves, Associate Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication received the H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship in recognition of his exceptional research contributions to the field of mass communication.
Dhavan Shah, Maier-Bascom Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been named the Jack M. McLeod Professor of Communication Research through the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) Named Professorship award.
SJMC faculty and grad students are presenting their research at the 2023 ICA Conference in Toronto, Canada from May 25-29.
Dr. Young Mie Kim, SJMC professor, has been selected as a 2023-24 fellow at the Stanford University Center for Advanced Study of Behavioral Sciences.
A new report from the Center for Communication and Civic Renewal found deep fractures in Wisconsin political life as well as political common ground and opportunities for civic renewal.
The National Communication Association will hold its 108th annual convention November 17-20, 2022 in New Orleans.
Researchers plan to study how technology and digital media influence health behaviors and wellbeing in adolescents.