By Anthony Barletta (’17) There is no lack of controversial issues within the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, and even on our campus. But there is a place to discuss them. In 2011, JMU faculty and students in the School of Communication Studies (SCOM) program, created an outlet to create spaces where these issues […]
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From Social Media to Undecided Voters: Real-Time Political Communication Research for SCOM Faculty, Students
By Carrie Holland (’17) This year’s presidential race has been like no other. When candidates speak, spar, and court voters in the countdown to the election, political communication takes center stage. So does political communication research. That’s provided an exciting combination for SCOM faculty Dr. Dan Schill and Dr. Lindsey Harvell-Bowman, and their political communication students. […]
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By Amberly Millis (’16) March 31 to April 3, students and faculty members in the School of Communication Studies at James Madison University presented at the 107th Eastern Communication Association Convention at the Hyatt Regency in Inner Harbor Baltimore, Maryland. These Students and faculty members presented their scholarly research in the convention’s informational and/or competitive panels. […]