Students receive research awards
Two student presentations created by College of Media students for the campus undergraduate research symposium have earned awards.
"How Message and Music Mood Affects Memorability in Advertising" presented by Annie Keller, Parichay Swarup, Simran Devidasani, Alexander Studer, and Connor Goetten received the Stevick Foundation Excellence in Media Research, Outstanding award. The cash award will be divded evenly among the group.
“When Does a Message Source’s Race Impact How that Message is Received – Racial and Social Justice Knowledge, Prejudice, and the Belief in Racism as a Zero-sum Game” presented by Daniel Duan received the award for Outstanding Poster Presentation in Education/Humanities/Social Sciences.