Whether the topic is about Facebook, press freedom or stem cell research, chances are that faculty and graduate students are setting the agenda at the Greenlee School.
Professors and master's students combined for a total 28 paper and 3 panel presentations at major journalism and communication conventions, with an impressive 3 out of 10 papers ranked as "top" in three divisions of the upcoming San Francisco convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
By Matt Neznanski
Twelve papers submitted by Greenlee School faculty and graduate students were recently accepted by the International Communication Association for its annual conference this June in Dresden, Germany.
Eight faculty papers and four written by two graduate students were accepted in at least seven of the conference’s 21 divisions.
The following report highlights the summer accomplishments of Greenlee faculty, staff and students.
Professor Eric Abbott and his wife, Tatyana, helped organize and translate proceedings for Ural State University, which has a partnership agreement with the Greenlee School. Here is a translation of the citation:
Ural State Forest Engineering University. (2005). Proceedings: International Scientific Technical Conference on Social, Economic, and Ecological Problems of the Forest Complex. Federal Education Agency, Ural State Forest Engineering University, Ekaterinburg, Russia.