Advertising & Public Relations
Associate Professor Moonhee Cho and Giselle Auger (Rhode Island College) received the 2020 Page/Johnson Legacy Scholarship Grant, sponsored by the Arthur W. Page Center ($4,000) for their research proposal on developing a scale of organizational listening.
Recent media coverage/follow on work focused on DeForrest Jackson Professor Mariea Hoy and Alexa K. Fox’s (University of Akron) publication, “Smart Devices, Smart Decisions? Implications of Parents’ Sharenting for Children’s Online Privacy,” in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, includes: appearing on the “Sharenting” episode of the Serious Privacy podcast and co-writing “When Brands Ask Mums to Share about Their Kids” for the London School of Economics and Political Science’s blog.
Associate Professor Wade Bishop presented “Geospatial Technologies’ Implications for Social Justice: Putting Public Interest Technologies on the Map” at the inaugural Informatics Education Conference on March 2 at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas.
Journalism & Electronic Media
Howard Distinguished Endowed Professor of Media Management and Law and Beaman Professor of Journalism and Electronic Media Stuart N. Brotman is serving a nine-month residency in Washington, D.C., as a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Recent articles include: “Let’s Use Our Best Digital Messengers for Pandemic Public Health Information” for Inside Sources, “Thinking About Digital Privacy Protection in Pandemic Times” for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Broadband and Network Expansion Has to Tackle Digital Privacy Protection” for The Hill, and “Health Information Technology’s National Blueprint for COVID-19” for Healthcare IT News. He was also appointed as a judge for this year’s Tech Ethics Student Competition at Duke University.