Research Performance

The level of faculty productivity in the College of Journalism and Communications during the past six years has increased significantly. College faculty have produced more refereed conference paper presentations as well as publications.

Specifically, the faculty presented 306 refereed conference papers and published 344 refereed articles, book chapters, monographs, and books in the last six years, averaging 51 refereed paper presentations and 57 publications per year. The increase in scholarship activities is likely the result of the College’s efforts in developing research support programs/infrastructures and clearly defined scholarly/creative activities expectations.