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CSUSB Bulletin - Communication Studies
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Three M.A. students have had papers accepted to the Hawaii University Education and STEAM Conference: Hadia Bendelhoum ("Neither Black Nor White: Biracial African American Women in Media"), Janet Castro ("Too Far to Love? Maintaining Relationships Through Digital Communication"), and Richard Contreras ("The Effects of Incarceration and Communication on Ex-Offenders").
Josh Adamson's paper "Twitter Privacy: Determinants of Sharing Behavior on Twitter," has been competitively selected for presentation at the Western States Communication Association's Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference.
Dr. Michael Salvador's article (co-authored with Mark DeLaurier) has been accepted for publication in Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture.
Dr. Brian Heisterkamp has been elected First Vice President of the Western States Communication Association, and will be its next President.
Dr. T.C. Corrigan and Dr. Liliana Gallegos have received Faculty/Student grants from the CSUSB Office of Student Research, and Dr. Mihaela Popescu's COMM 400 course was selected by OSR to participate in the Peer Lab Facilitator Program.
The CSUSB Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (Dr. Ece Algan, Director) hosted Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Shirin Ebadi for a lecture in Coussoulis Arena on October 22. The lecture, entitled "Ways to Fight Islamic Fundamentalism," was attended by more than 800 members of the CSUSB community and the public.
National Communication Association convention, November 19-22, Las Vegas, NV.
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