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Constructing Digital Cultures: Tweets, Trends, Race, and Gender

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“Constructing Digital Cultures: Tweets, Trends, Race, and Gender” Presented by Judith Rosenbaum-Andre, Assistant Professor, Communication & Journalism Monday, November 27 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium […]

Hate Speech is Free Speech

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“Hate Speech is Free Speech” Presented by Paul Grosswiler, Professor, Communication & Journalism Monday, November 13 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series.

Navigating Agency: Embodied Politics in the Feminist Classroom

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“Navigating Agency: Embodied Politics in the Feminist Classroom” Presented by Dana Carver-Bialer, CMJ Doctoral Student Monday, November 6 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series.

Mobilizing Tensions: A Rhetorical Ethnography of Hiking

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“Mobilizing Tensions: A Rhetorical Ethnography of Hiking” Presented by Bryan Picciotto, CMJ Doctoral Student Monday, October 23 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series.

News Production of Climate Change Impacts for Diverse Audiences

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“News Production of Climate Change Impacts for Diverse Audiences: The Case Study of Sea Level Rise and South Florida” Presented by Juliet Pinto, Associate Professor, Florida International University Monday, October 16 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series.

Co-citation or Capacity-building?

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“Co-citation or Capacity-building? Researcher Perspectives on Success within an Interdisciplinary, Sustainability Science Team” Presented by Abby Roche, CMJ Doctoral Student Monday, September 25 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series.

Pedagogy Roundtable: Skills-based Approaches for Teaching Academic Integrity

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

Pedagogy Roundtable: Skills-based Approaches for Teaching Academic Integrity Dana Carver-Bialer, CMJ Doctoral Student Lily Herakova, Lecturer, Communication & Journalism Bryan Picciotto, CMJ Doctoral Student Tyler Quiring, CMJ Doctoral Student Holly Schreiber, Assistant Professor, Communication & Journalism Monday, September 18 12:00-12:50pm Dunn Hall, Room 424 Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series.

Learning to Innovate: The (Envisioned) Role of Communication in Innovation

Dunn Hall Orono, ME, United States

“Learning to Innovate: The (Envisioned) Role of Communication in Innovation” Mark Congdon, Communication Doctoral Candidate Department of Communication and Journalism Part of the CMJ Colloquium Series 12:00 p.m. @ 424 Dunn Hall

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