A round of scholarly activities by faculty, staff and students in the School of the Arts and Communication.
Director of Instructional Design Judi Cook, an affiliated faculty member in the Department of Communication Studies, and Jonathan Zobek, a Communication Studies major with a specialization in Interpersonal/Organizational Communication, presented at Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) annual meeting in Seattle in March.
Adjunct Professor John Filo was interviewed by CBS this Morning as part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Kent State shootings.
Chair of the Department of Communication Studies and Associate Professor Yifeng Hu and Assistant Professor of the Department of Interactive Multimedia Josh Fishburn, together with public health and communication studies double major students senior Katie La Capria and junior Deanna Amarosa, presented their innovative video game for alcohol education project, “Fresh Start: Creating an Interactive Video Game with Narrative Immersion to Educate College Freshmen about Mindful Drinking,” at the Kentucky Conference on Health Communication. Read more.
Associate Professor of Music Tomoko Kanamaru was the featured soloist with the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and Symphony in C in March in Center City Philadelphia. Kanamaru performed Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy.
Associate Professor of Journalism & Professional Writing Emilie Lounsberry is featured in the new Netflix series, “The Innocence Files”. Episode seven documents the story of Chester Holman III, a man wrongly convicted of murder, who was released in part due to the investigative reporting of Lounsberry and Michaelle Bond.