2020 CCI Research Symposium
The College of Communication & Information held its 42nd annual Research Symposium on March 2 in Patrick Auditorium and Scripps Lab Theater, highlighting research work from CCI graduate and undergraduate students and faculty.
This year’s symposium included research posters and presentations by graduate students, undergraduate seniors, faculty, and college researchers. This year’s event included a new virtual session in Scripps Lab in which students presented broad topics in Information Sciences using prepared animated videos.
The Center for Information and Communication Studies (CICS) staff coordinated the event with help from professors and graduate students throughout the college.
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"Global Communication and Research" Theme of UT CCI's Annual Research Symposium
“Communication and Information Research in a Global Environment” is the theme of the College of Communication and Information’s thirty-sixth annual Research Symposium on Feb. 26 on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Bella Mody, professor and James E. deCastro Chair in Global Media in the journalism and mass communication program at the University of Colorado Boulder, will deliver the keynote address at 11 a.m. She will speak on “Mao in India: Comparing Representations in India’s Thriving Regional, Hindi and English Language Dailies.”
Mody specializes in the political economy of media in developing countries and in designing research on … Read more “"Global Communication and Research" Theme of UT CCI's Annual Research Symposium”
Leaping Forward on Leap Day
On Leap Day 2012 CCI hosted the 34th Annual Research Symposium. This year’s theme was, “Leaping Forward in Communication and Information Research”.
Four sessions and a luncheon keynote provided the forum for a series of research presentations and posters. CCI faculty and graduate students along with participants from the University of Alabama and the University of South Carolina took part in the symposium. Thirteen contributed papers were presented plus 13 posters.
Dr. Deanna Sellnow and Dr. Brandi Frisby from the University of Kentucky were the keynote speakers. Their topic was, “Leaping forward in Crisis Communication Research: Connecting with Audiences … Read more “Leaping Forward on Leap Day”