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Janice Krieger Receives Funding to Participate in the NCI SPRINT Program

December 11, 2017

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Three CJC Faculty Awarded CPS Pilot Project Grants

December 7, 2017

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Frank LoMOnte

Frank LoMonte Comments on Freedom of the Press in Schools

November 29, 2017

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CJC Telecommunication Student Receives National BEA Scholarship

November 28, 2017

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Dec 15

Doctoral Commencement

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Dec 16

Master’s, Specialist’s and Bachelor’s Degrees Commencement

10 a.m.
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It’s About How Employees Feel

More and more companies today are striving to develop an emotional culture which emphasizes how employees feel. Does emotional culture truly matter for an organization’s success?

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Why People Use Instagram and What Brands Can Learn

Instagram “should make consumers feel good about themselves,” says Huan Chen, assistant professor of Advertising, in a new study on how young consumers experience Instagram and their perceptions of marketing on the platform.

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How to Counter Violence in Media

Seeing violence in media that sanitize, justify or trivialize violent acts may normalize it and make it more enjoyable. Frank Waddell, assistant professor of Journalism, worked with a team of researchers to examine techniques for reducing the effects of viewing violence in media.

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Readers Prefer Privacy Over Doxxing

News organizations, in pursuing their role as watchdogs, have at times revealed an individual’s personal information in their stories, known as  “doxxing.”  Jasmine McNealy, assistant professor of Telecommunication, examines the reaction of the online users to doxxing by media organizations in this case study.

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