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WUFT-FM Honored as One of the Top Five Non-Commercial Stations in the U.S.

July 20, 2018

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Carla Fisher Promoted to CJC Tenured Advertising Associate Professor

July 20, 2018

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John Freeman Chronicles CJC Alum’s World Cup Soccer Photo Coverage

July 20, 2018

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Andrew Selepak Comments on GRE Scores, Social Media Addiction and the Loneliness Epidemic

July 20, 2018

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Aug 10

Doctoral Commencement Ceremony

4 p.m.
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Aug 11

Master’s/Specialist’s/Bachelor’s Degrees Summer Commencement

10 a.m.
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The Future of Public Relations


Seven senior public relations executives visited CJC during the 2017-18 school year.  We asked them about industry trends and preparing for a public relations career.  Here’s what they told Us.

 

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Family Stories Shape Attitudes Toward Mental Illness


Family stories about mental illness shared from one generation to another can both reinforce stereotypes and yet still teach children important lessons and expectations about the management of such illnesses, according to a new pilot study.

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Study Uncovers Motivations for Social Media Campaigns Participation


Social change communicators running social media campaigns should ensure people feel they are able to help resolve the issue and tout the benefits of participating in the campaign to increase engagement, a new study finds.

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People Trust Human Journalists Over Algorithms


News organizations are starting to experiment with automated content. Research suggests readers perceive news written by algorithms as less credible than if it’s written by a human. However, this perception can be reduced by exposure to robots in popular culture.

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