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CJC Doctoral Students and Faculty Receive 2020 PRSA Educators Academy Awards

A Digital Intervention Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening for Black Women

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“Vision, Passion, and Care:” The Impact of Charismatic Executive Leadership Communication on Employee Trust and Support for Organizational Change


Change, particularly organizational change, can be difficult for many people. By supporting change through positive leadership communication practices, employees are more apt to be open to supporting that change. This brings with it a wealth of potential for positive and productive business practices.

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Online Products and Consumers: Partisan Ratings and Mechanisms for Affective Polarization


Can star ratings for political content on platforms like Amazon alter our feelings towards others with similar or opposing political preferences? When we see ratings that disagree with our own, are we more likely to believe the ratings are manipulated? New research indicates that exposure to counter-attitudinal ratings contribute to polarization.

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Dr. Myiah Hutchens: Political Communication and Its Impact on Trust in Media


Myiah Hutchens, Public Relations Department assistant professor, was interviewed on Sept. 22, 2020 about her research on political communication and trust in news.

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A Digital Intervention Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening for Black Women


Despite efforts to improve colorectal cancer (CRC) screening with a goal of reducing mortality and health outcome disparities, CRC is the third-leading cause of cancer deaths among Black women in the U.S.  Researchers explored the use of a virtual health assistant to promote CRC screening among Black women.

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Yewande Addie and Harrison Hove Honored in UF Global Culture Photo Competition

October 27, 2020

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Jordan Alpert Co-Authors Article on the Creation of Mobility Enhancements for Older Adults

October 27, 2020

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Vaughan James Participates in Science for the People Podcast

October 27, 2020

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Andrew Selepak Comments on Social Media Companies Blocking Controversial Content

October 22, 2020

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