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Meek School profs take research to AEJMC Southeast Colloquium

Posted on: March 15th, 2016 by cjoyce

Two Meek School professors recently presented their research at the 41st Annual Southeast Colloquium of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, the premier association of communication educators, students and media professionals. The conference was hosted by the LSU Manship School of Mass Communication.

Robert Magee, assistant professor and director of the IMC Graduate Program, presented the paper “Interactivity on U. S. House of Representatives’ Homepages: The Relationship with Congressional Norms.” Magee also served as discussant for the Open Division research panel on “The Changing Influence and Role of Social Media.”

Assistant Professor Cynthia Joyce presented the paper “Surf’s Up: Deep-diving through Hurricane Katrina’s Unsearchable Digital Past,” which won the Top Faculty Paper award in the History Division.

LSU Josh Grimm and Meek School Cynthia Joyce

Dr. Josh Grimm of LSU’s Manship School awards Assistant Professor Cynthia Joyce with the History Division’s Top Faculty Paper Award.

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