The College of Communication & Information held its 41st Annual Research Symposium on Monday, February 11 in Patrick Auditorium, highlighting research work from CCI graduate and undergraduate students and faculty.
This year’s symposium featured more than 20 presenters in sessions, panels and poster presentations. The Center for Information and Communication Studies (CICS) staff coordinated the event with help from professors and graduate students throughout the college.
Research Symposium award winners included:
Best Poster Presentation:
Leah Cannon, Brianne Dosch, & Dr. Hannah Gunderman – Preparing, Not Repairing: A Case Study and Best Practices in Proactive Link Management
Best Undergraduate Research:
Kane Smith – Coming Out: Do Imagined Interactions Affect the Process?
Best Graduate Research:
Kylie Julius – Bullies, Browbeaters, and Bulldozers: Emotional Cognitive Response to Workplace Bullying
Alexander Carter & Nicholas Sarafolean – Applying Taylor’s Message Strategy Model to Smart Speakers
Best Faculty Research:
Dr. Mariea Hoy – Sharenting and Children’s Online Privacy Risk: Implications of Mothers’ Consumer Vulnerability