CMJ seminar topics include academic integrity, digital culture, climate change, hate speech
The Department of Communication and Journalism’s fall Colloquium Series begins at noon Monday, Sept. 18 with a roundtable titled “Skills-based Approaches for Teaching Academic Integrity” in Dunn Hall, Room 424.
Panelists from the department include doctoral students Dana Carver-Bialer, Bryan Picciotto and Tyler Quiring; lecturer Lily Herakova; and assistant professor Holly Schreiber.
Six other public seminars will be held from noon to 12:50 p.m. this semester, all in Dunn 424:
- “Co-citation or Capacity-building? Researcher Perspectives on Success within an Interdisciplinary, Sustainability Science Team,” led by Abby Roche, CMJ doctoral student, Sept. 25
- “News Production of Climate Change Impacts for Diverse Audiences: The Case Study of Sea Level Rise and South Florida,” led by Juliet Pinto, associate professor at Florida International University, Oct. 16
- “Mobilizing Tensions: A Rhetorical Ethnography of Hiking,” led by Picciotto, Oct. 23
- “Constructing Digital Cultures: Tweets, Trends, Race, and Gender,” led by Judith Rosenbaum-Andre, CMJ assistant professor, Oct. 30
- “Navigating Agency: Embodied Politics in the Feminist Classroom,” led by Carver-Bialer, Nov. 6
- “Hate Speech is Free Speech,” led by Paul Grosswiler, CMJ professor, Nov. 13