AEJMC annual conference

A number of faculty and students are participating in the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference. AEJMC is a nonprofit organization of more than 3,700 educators, students and practitioners from around the globe.  The annual conference features sessions on teaching, research and public service in the various components of journalism and mass communication — from advertising and public relations to electronic and online journalism to media management and newspapers.

Sessions include:

05 Aug
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Faculty and students participate in conference

A number of faculty and students participated in the International Communication Association annual conference in Fukuoka, Japan. The ICA aims to advance the scholarly study of human communication by encouraging and facilitating excellence in academic research worldwide. 

Submissions included:
Busy Pedestrians: How Media Content Complexity and Sensory Modalities Influence Street-Crossing Performance in Virtual Environment
Shili Xiong, and Kevin Wise

Arousal as a Double Edge Sword in Moderating Ad Placement Effect
Zongyuan Wang and Kevin Wise

07 Jul
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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.

09 May
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Students participate in research symposium

Eighteen College of Media students participated in the Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 21 at the Illini Union. Their work included both individual and team projects.

27 Apr
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