A team of researchers has received a $750,000 grant from the NSF’s Convergence Accelerator to study methods of combating misinformation online.
New grants will help to adapt Elder Tree for smart speakers and smart displays in order to make the web-based information and communication technology platform more accessible to a larger group of potential users.
From August 4-7, 2021, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) will hold its 104th annual conference.
This week, graduate students and faculty from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication will be presenting their research at the International Communication Association’s annual conference, which is being presented virtually from May 27-31.
Lucas Graves, an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is a 2021 recipient of the Vilas Associates Award.
The National Communication Association will hold its annual convention virtually November 19-22, 2020. Here’s a look at the sessions featuring SJMC students and faculty.
Li was recently awarded the Social Data Dissertation Fellowship from the SSRC in order to study how citizens can form healthy skepticism toward information they encounter on social media.
With information about COVID-19 rapidly circulating online, it can be difficult to determine what’s true and what’s not. SJMC faculty and students are working on several projects to combat misinformation.
Graduate students and faculty will be active throughout the AEJMC virtual conference, by presenting research, acting as panelists and moderators in group discussions, and more.
The Holtz Center offers fellowships for graduate students with research interests in the field of science and technology studies. The 2020-2022 cohort includes four fellows, three of whom are SJMC graduate students.