Missouri journalism faculty, graduate students and alumni to present 70 papers at AEJMC 2020 virtual conference

AEJMC 103rd Annual (Virtual) Conference

Columbia, Mo. (July 30, 2020) — Missouri School of Journalism faculty, students and alumni will present 70 peer-reviewed research papers at the virtual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference Aug. 6-9.

More than 2,000 journalism and mass communication scholars are expected to participate in the fully-virtual 2020 AEJMC annual conference.

Among the top awards:

  • 2020 Hillier Krieghbaum Under 40 Award awarded to Edson C. Tandoc Jr., PhD ’13, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and Janet Yang, University at Buffalo-The State University of New York.
  • Best Practices Competition Winners include an Honorable Mention to Teri Finneman, PhD ’15, University of Kansas for “A Diversity Analysis of Student Media.”
  • 2020 Emerging Scholar Recipients awarded to Russell Clayton, PhD ’15, Florida State for “Examining E-Cigarette Users’ Psychological, Affective, Attitudinal, and Behavioral Responses to Freedom-Threatening Anti-Vaping Public Service Announcements.”
  • 2020 Senior Scholar Recipients awarded to Amanda Hinnant, Ryan J. Thomas and Yong Volz, Missouri School of Journalism for “Discourses of Journalism Database.”
  • 2020 Edward L. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education awarded to Max Utsler, MA ’73, PhD ’81, University of Kansas.

In addition, more than 90 Missouri journalism scholars will serve as moderators, discussants, panelists and workshop leaders during the four-day conference.

Founded in 1912 in Chicago, AEJMC is an international nonprofit organization composed of more than 3,700 faculty, students and administrators at journalism and mass communication schools from more than 50 different countries. AEJMC is dedicated to providing the means necessary to journalism and mass communication educators and students to foster generations of practitioners and educators dedicated to better professional practices and a more informed public.

Missouri School of Journalism faculty, students and alumni are identified in bold face.

AEJMC Committee Officers

  • Chair, Commission on the Status of Minorities, Cathy Jackson, PhD ’04, Norfolk State University

AEJMC Committee Members

  • Committee on Professional Freedom and Responsibility
    • Anastasia Kononova, PhD ’10, Michigan State University
  • Committee on Research
    • Maria Len-Rios, PhD ’02, University of Georgia
  • Committee on Teaching
    • Tracy Everbach, PhD ’04, University of North Texas
  • Publications Committee
  • Membership Committee
    • Joy Jenkins, PhD ’17, University of Tennessee
  • Presidential Diversity and Inclusion Career Development
  • Fellowship for Graduate Students
    • Frank Russell, PhD ’16, California State University, Fullerton
  • Research Enhancement Committee
    • Bill Silcock, PhD ’01, Arizona State University
    • Maria E. Len-Rios, PhD ’02, University of Georgia

AEJMC Division Officers

  • Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division
    • Head, Rachel Young, PhD ’13, University of Iowa
    • Outreach Chair, Roma Subramanian, PhD ’16, Nebraska-Omaha
  • Communication Technology Division, CTEC)
    • Hyunjin Seo, MA ’92, University of Kansas
  • Communication Theory and Methodology Division
    • Rosie Jahng, PhD ’12, Wayne State
    • Membership Chair, Michael Kearney, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Electronic News Division
    • By-Laws Committee Chair, Bill Davie, MA ’77, University of Louisiana
    • Bliss Award Chair, Bill Silcock, PhD ’01, Arizona State University
  • History Division
    • Division Chair, Teri Finneman, PhD ’15, University of Kansas
    • Membership Co-Chair, Rachel Grant, PhD ’18, University of Florida
    • Website Administrator, Keith Greenwood, PhD ’06, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Magazine Media Division
    • Vice Head, Joy Jenkins, PhD ’17, University of Tennessee
  • Media Ethics Division
    • Head, Marlene Neill, MA ’07, Baylor
  • Minorities and Communication Division
    • Mid-Winter Research Committee, Monique Luisi, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Newspaper and Online News Division
    • Secretary, Jeanne Abbott, PhD ’88, Missouri School of Journalism
    • David Wolfgang, PhD ’16, Colorado State University
    • Research Committee Chair, Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, University of Colorado-Boulder
  • Scholastic Journalism Division
    • Vice Head, Marina Hendricks, PhD ’17, South Dakota State University
  • Visual Communication Division
    • PF&R Committee Chair, Bob Britten, PhD ’08, West Virginia University
    • Membership Chair, Shahira Fahmy, PhD ’03, University of Arizona/American University in Cairo
    • Social Media Chair, T.J. Thomson, PhD ’18, Queensland University of Technology

Interest Group Officers

  • Community Journalism Interest Group
    • Secretary, Nick Mathews, MA ’19, University of Minnesota
  • Graduate Student IG Division
    • Teaching Committee Chair, Erika Schneider, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Participatory Journalism Interest Group
    • Research Committee Chair, Rosie Jahng, PhD ’12, Wayne State
    • Research Committee Chair, You Li, PhD ’12, Eastern Michigan University
  • Religion and Media Interest Group
    • Head, Gregory Perreault, PhD ’15, Appalachian State University

AEJMC Commissions

  • Commission on the Status of Women
    • Research Committee Co-Chair, Joy Jenkins, PhD ’17, University of Tennessee–Knoxville

Abstracts

  • Advertising
    • Effects of Brand Feedback to Negative eWOM and Moderating Roles of Product Price; Manu Bhandari, PhD ’15, Arkansas State University; Kyung Jung Han, PhD ’16, California State University–Bakersfield; Po-Lin Pan, Arkansas State University
    • Internet Users Respond to Relevant and Irrelevant Ads Within Online Paginated Stories Differently When the Ads are Presented at Different Proportions: Application to Programmatic Buying and Contextual Advertising; Anastasia Kononova, PhD ’10, Michigan State University; Wonkyung Kim, BNU-HKBU United International College; Eunsin Joo, BNU-HKBU United International College; Kristen Lynch, Michigan State University
    • Carousel Advertising for Public Health: Effects of Narrative and Involvement; Lewen Wei, Pennsylvania State University; Guolan Yang; Heather Shoenberger, PhD ’14, The Pennsylvania State University; Fuyuan Shen
    • Extended Abstract: Curriculum drives everything: Advertising curriculum in ACEJMC programs; Sheri Broyles, MA ’81, University of North Texas
  • Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk (ComSHER)
    • Adaptive Framing: Uncovering the Mediators and Extending the Strategy to Other Controversial Issues – Climate Change Skepticism and Vaccine Hesitancy; Renita Coleman, PhD ’01, University of Texas Austin; Esther Thorson, Professor Emerita; Cinthia Jiminez; Kami Vinton, University of Texas-Austin
    • Social Media Use for Health, Cultural Values, and Demographics: A Survey of Pakistani Millennials; Muhammad Ittefaq, University of Kansas; Hyunjin Seo, MA ’92, University of Kansas; Mauryne Abwao, University of Knasas; Annalise Baines, University of Kansas
    • When Virus Goes Political: A Computerized Text Analysis of Crisis Attribution on COVID-19 Pandemic; Weilu Zhang; Lingshu Hu, Missouri School of Journalism; Jihye Park
  • Communication Technology (CTEC)
    • Motivations to Use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok Predicting Problematic Use and Continuance Intentions; Anvita Suneja, Michigan State University; Anish Nimmagadda, Michigan State University; Saleem Alhabash, PhD ’11, Michigan State University
    • Extended Abstract: The Effects of Victim Response to Direct and Indirect Digital Aggression; Yao Dong, Michigan State University; Saleem Alhabash, PhD ’11, Michigan State University
    • Exploring Multiple-level Predictors Contributed to the Credibility of Smartphone Information; Bing Hu, South China University of Technology; Bu Zhong, MA ’00, Pennsylvania State University; Tao Sun, University of Vermont
  • Communication Theory and Methodology
    • The COVID-19 pandemic and heightened hostility toward China: Expanding the theoretical underpinning and scope of the third-person perception; Kuang-Kuo Chang, MA ’97, Shih Hsin University; Tien-Tsung Lee, University of Macau
    • Dismantling the hierarchy: An organization-centric model of influence for media sociology research; Patrick Ferrucci PhD ’13, U of Colorado-Boulder; Timothy Kuhn, U of Colorado-Boulder
    • Thinking, feeling, and reporting: An exploration into emotionality in U.S. political journalism; Kimberly Kelling, PhD ’18
    • Does watching animals in real life and on the screen have the same effects on stress reduction?; Anastasia Kononova, PhD ’10, Michigan State University; Saleem Alhabash, PhD ’11, Michigan State University; Patricia Huddleston, Michigan State University; Tao Deng, DePaul University; Duygu Kanver, Michigan State University; Narae Park, Michigan State University; Luis Graciano Velazquez, Michigan State University; Alan Smith, Michigan State University; Noah Hirsch, Michigan State University; Anish Nimmagadda, Michigan State University; Yao Dong, Michigan State University; Kristen Lynch, Michigan State University
    • Extended Abstract: Developing a Perceived Social Media Literacy Scale; Edson Tandoc, PhD ’13; Andrew Yee, Singapore University of Technology and Design
  • Community Journalism Interest Group
    • Refereed Paper Session: Community Journalism’s Varied Perspectives: From Weather Blog to NPR to News to Imagined Community; Journalism Beyond the Command Post. Mimi Perreault, PhD ’16, East Tennessee State
  • Electronic News
    • What is Digital Journalism? Defining the Practice and Role of the Digital Journalist; Gregory Perreault, PhD ’15; Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, U of Colorado-Boulder; Anna Dollar, Appalachian State University
  • History
    • A Know-Nothing’s Portrayal of Mexicans in the 1850s Press: The Work of G. Douglas Brewerton; Michael Fuhlhage, MA ’07, Wayne State University
  • International Communication
    • Extended Abstract: The Marriage of Inconvenience: An Exploratory Analysis of Media Convergence in Pakistan; Muhammad Ittefaq, University of Kansas; Ammar Malik Sheikh, Mashable Pakistan; Waqas Ejaz; Muhammad Yousaf, University of Gujrat; Shahira S. Fahmy, PhD ’03, The American University in Cairo
    • Winning Hearts and Minds Through Cuisine: Public Diplomacy and Singapore’s Bid for UNESCO Intangible Heritage Recognition; Seow Ting Lee, PhD ’02, University of Colorado Boulder; Hun Shik Kim, PhD ’01, University of Colorado at Boulder
    • Competing Frames on Social Media: Analysis of English and Farsi Tweets on Iran Plane Crash; Hyunjin Seo, MA ’92, University of Kansas; Fatemeh Shayesteh, University of Kansas
    • Extended Abstract: Influencer Engagement With Chinese Audiences: The Role of Language; Zihang E; Ziyuan Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University; Ryan Tan, Penn State University; Olivia Reed, The Pennsylvania State University; Heather Shoenberger, PhD ’14, The Pennsylvania State University
    • Global Economy, Regional Bloc, National Interests: ASEAN Coverage in Philippine Broadsheets; Nathaniel Melican, City, University of London; Jane B. Singer, PhD ’96, City, University of London
  • Law and Policy
    • Traditional but Open: Research Paradigms in Communications Law, 2010-2019; Brett Johnson; Leslie Klein; Jeremiah Fuzy, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Extended Abstract: Virtual assemblies: Exploring problems of private spaces and press protections; Jonathan Peters, PhD ’13, University of Georgia
    • Freedom of speech and press in Muslim-majority countries; Shugofa Dastgeer; Daxton Stewart, PhD ’09, Texas Christian University
  • Mass Communication and Society
    • There’s no “me” in misinformation: Correcting online falsehoods through WhatsApp group chats; Edson Tandoc, PhD ’13; James Lee, NTU Singapore; Sei Ching Joanna Sin, NTU Singapore; Chei Sian Lee, NTU Singapore
    • Users as Experts: Folk Theories of Morality and Harmful Speech on Social Media; Rachel Young, PhD ’13, University of Iowa; Brett Johnson, Missouri School of Journalism; Volha Kananovich, Appalachian State University
    • Maintaining authoritarian resilience during the public health crisis: An analysis of Chinese state media’s social media posts during the COVID-19 outbreak; Ge Zhu, University of Iowa; Rachel Young, PhD ’13, University of Iowa; Li Chen, West Texas A&M University; Yuehong Tai
  • Media Ethics
    • Imagining culinary communities: Exploring lifestyle journalism ethics through the New York Times food section; Joseph Jones, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Keeping up with the ethical boundaries of advertising: Big soda, metadiscourse and paradigm repair; Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, U of Colorado-Boulder; Erin Schauster, PhD ’13
    • Public Relations Practitioners’ Understanding of Fake News: Examining the influence of ethics counsel identity and individual ethical orientations; Rosie Jahng, PhD ’12; Hyunmin Lee, PhD ’11
    • Moving into the media world: The moral psychology of emerging adults in journalism and communication; David Craig, PhD ’97, University of Oklahoma; Patrick Plaisance; Erin Schauster, PhD ’13; Ryan Thomas, Missouri School of Journalism; Chris Roberts, University of Alabama; Katie Place, Quinnipiac University
    • The Moral Psychology and Exemplarism of Leaders in Marketing Communication; Erin Schauster, PhD ’13; Patrick Plaisance
    • Familial Experiences of Moral Exemplars in Marketing Communication; Christopher Vardeman, University of Colorado Boulder; Erin Schauster, PhD ’13
    • Representing the “Other” Woman: Transnational Feminism and the Ethics of Care in Media Coverage of MENA Feminist Movements; Sara Shaban, PhD ’20
  • Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship Division
    • Working Together in Global Media Markets: The Sustainability of Western-China International Joint Ventures; Qian Yu; Peter Gade, PhD ’99
  • Newspaper and Online News
    • Extended Abstract: Statistical numeracy and polling literacy among news readers; Alyssa Appelman, MA ’09, Northern Kentucky University; Mike Schmierbach, Pennsylvania State University
    • Constructing city images through local online media: Evidence from 21 major U.S. cities; Lei Guo, PhD ’20; Yiyan Zhang
    • Greater Expectations: How the Public Perceives News Bias and Journalistic Routines; Tamar Wilner, MA ’18, University of Texas at Austin; Dominique Montiel Valle, The University of Texas at Austin; Gina M. Masullo, School of Journalism, The University of Texas at Austin
    • Political Journalism and Democracy: How journalists reflect political viewpoint diversity in their reporting; David Wolfgang, PhD ’16, Colorado State University; Tim Vos, Michigan State University; Kimberly Kelling, PhD ’18; Soo Young Shin, MSU
    • Collective Sensemaking with Big Data: Sentiment Analysis of Tweet Content for Journalistic Inquiry; Yanfang Wu, PhD ’17
    • Extended Abstract: Digital News Work: Skills and Attributes Online-only News Websites Seek in their Employees; Casey Yetter, University of Oklahoma; Asma Khanom; Peter Gade, PhD ’99
    • Defending Credibility in Attacks on Online News; Erika Schneider; Courtney Boman, PhD ’20, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Political Communication
    • Is Facebook-Based Political Talk Associated with Political Knowledge?; Toby Hopp, University of Colorado Boulder; Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, U of Colorado-Boulder; Chris Vargo, University of Colorado Boulder; Luna Liu, University of Colorado Boulder
    • Muting Opposing Political Opinions on Facebook: The Mediating Role of Emotions on Facebook Muting Behaviors; Bingbing Zhang, Pennsylvania State University; Heather Shoenberger, PhD ’14, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Public Relations
    • Extended Abstract: Balancing Between a Global and Local Perspective in the Public Relations Agency Industry; Surin Chung, Ohio University; Suman Lee, UNC-Chapel Hill; Euirang Lee, MA ’18, Ohio University
    • Mapping CSR Communication Networks on Social Media: The Influence of Communication Tactics on Public Responses; Yangzhi Jiang, Louisiana State University; Hyojung Park, PhD ’11
    • Extended Abstract: A Construal-level Approach to Post-crisis Response Strategies; Soojin Roh, Peking University HSBC Business School; Hyun Jee Oh, PhD ’11
    • Responding to Online Hoaxes: The Role of Contextual Priming, Crisis Response Type and Communication Strategy; Anli Xiao; Yang Cheng, PhD ’17, North Carolina State University
    • Provincial and Municipal Leaders’ Coronavirus Discourse Repairs Local Governments’ Image; Ernest Zhang, Missouri School of Journalism; Yitao Liu, Meishi Film Academy of Chongqing University; William Benoit, Department of Communication Studies of University of Alabama College of Arts and Sciences; Fritz Cropp, PhD ’96, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Finding an Antidote: Testing the Use of Proactive Crisis Strategies to Protect Organizations from Astroturfing Attacks; Courtney Boman, PhD ’20; Erika Schneider, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Explicating Moral Responsibility in Crisis Communication; Yoorim Hong, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Protecting Intangible Assets on Twitter: The Effects of Crisis Response Strategies on Credibility, Trust, Reputation, and Post-Crisis Behavior; James Ndone, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Visual Communication
    • Extended Abstract: Visualizing Citizenry-in-the-Making: Representations of youth protest in Reuters news photography; Elizabeth Bent; Shane Epping, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Extended Abstract: The narrow-minded world in the free atmosphere of Twitter: Exploring the visual narratives and patterns of Personalized Journalism in the Yemen Civil War; Hasan Karademir; Shahira S. Fahmy, PhD ’03, The American University in Cairo
    • Extended Abstract: Ten years of longitudinal research of airliner disaster news photography: The case of The New York Times; Richard Lewis, University of Southern Mississippi; Jae-Hwa Shin, PhD ’03, University of Southern Mississippi; Shahira S. Fahmy, PhD ’03, The American University in Cairo
    • Extended Abstract: Comics/graphic news: A spectrum of visual storytelling narratives from realistic to imaginative; Roma Subramanian, PhD ’16
  • Community Journalism Interest Group
    • The Role of Community Caretaker: How Weekly Newspapers Defended Their Communities While Reporting on the Mississippi ICE Raids; Nick Mathews, MA ’19
  • Entertainment Studies Interest Group
    • The Social Identity of ‘Loot box’ Gamers: A Case Study of Final Fantasy Brave Exvius; Gregory Perreault, PhD ’15; Emory Daniel; Samuel Tham, MA ’15
    • The dynamics of problematic gaming in FIFA 20; Samuel Tham, MA ’15; Kimberly Kelling, PhD ’18; Ellison Kelling
  • Graduate Student Interest Group
    • Extended Abstract: Oral Health Messages among College-aged Populations; Euirang Lee, MA ’18, Ohio University
    • Extended Abstract: Reflecting on Their Role: Former members of Fashion Editors and Reporters Association (FERA) Deconstruct Normative Practices in the Newsroom; Lisa Lenoir, Missouri School of Journalism
    • Fostering mediated community resilience: An analysis of recovery after the 2019 Jefferson City Tornado; Erika Schneider, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Participatory Journalism Interest Group
    • Extended Abstract: A multi-level analysis of commenting’s effects on journalism practice; Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, U of Colorado-Boulder; David Wolfgang, PhD ’16, Colorado State University
    • Extended Abstract: Audience as Boundary Worker: Deconstructing the CNN Live Broadcast from the San Bernardino Shooters’ Apartment; Volha Kananovich, Appalachian State University; Gregory Perreault, PhD ’15
  • Sports Communication Interest Group (SPORTS)
    • Joining the Athletic: Paradigm repair, metajournalistic discourse and the boundaries of sports journalism practice; Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, U of Colorado-Boulder
    • Journalism from a Sports Perspective: Field Theory and the re-defining of digital practices of sports journalists; Gregory Perreault, PhD ’15; Travis Bell, University of South Florida
  • Commission on the Status of Women
    • She’s a lady; he’s an athlete; they have overcome: Portrayals of gender and disability in the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games; Tracy Everbach, PhD ’04, University of North Texas; Karen Weiller-Abels; Andrew Colombo-Dougovito, University of North Texas
    • Returning to the Digital World: Technology Use and Privacy Management of Women Transitioning from Incarceration; Hyunjin Seo, MA ’92, University of Kansas; Hannah Britton; Megha Ramaswamy; Darcey Altschwager; Matthew Blomberg, University of Kansas; Olushola Aromona, University of Kansas; Bernard Schuster; Ellie Booton; Marilyn Ault; Joi Wickliffe
    • Extended Abstract: Who’s Your Daddy? Gender Schema, Hostile Sexism, and Political Orientation as Predictors of Attitude toward “Enlightened Manvertising”; Miglena Sternadori, PhD ’08, Texas Tech University; Alan Abitbol, University of Dayton

More than 90 Missouri journalism scholars will serve as moderators, discussants, panelists and workshop leaders during the four-day conference.

Moderators, Discussants, Panelists and Workshop Leaders

Alumni, faculty and doctoral students who will serve as moderators, discussants, panelists and workshop leaders are:

  • Saleem Alhabash, PhD ’11, Michigan State
  • Chris Allen, PhD ’96, Nebraska-Omaha
  • Alyssa Appelman, MA ’09, Northern Kentucky
  • Elizabeth Bent, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Manu Bhandari, PhD ’15, Arkansas State
  • Courtney Boman, PhD ’20, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Sheri Broyles, MA ’81, North Texas
  • Kuang-Kuo Chang, MA ’97, Shih Hsin University
  • Yang Cheng, PhD ’17, North Carolina State
  • Surin Chung, PhD ’18, Ohio
  • Renita Coleman, PhD ’01, Texas at Austin
  • Fritz Cropp, PhD ’96, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Bill Davie, MA ’77, Louisiana at Lafayette
  • Aimee Edmondson, PhD ’08, Ohio
  • Shane Epping, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Tracy Everbach, PhD ’04, North Texas
  • Shahira S. Fahmy, PhD ’03, American University in Cairo
  • Lillie Fears, PhD ’97, Arkansas State
  • Patrick Ferrucci, PhD ’13, Colorado-Boulder
  • Teri Finneman, PhD ’15, Kansas
  • Michael Fuhlhage, MA ’07, Wayne State
  • Jeremiah Fuzy, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Peter Gade, PhD ’99, Oklahoma
  • Rachel Grant, PhD ’18, Florida
  • Kyung Jung Han, PhD ’16, California State, Bakersfield
  • Beverly J. Horvit, PhD ’99, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Lingshu Hu, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Yoorim Hong, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Janice Hume, PhD ’97, Georgia
  • Cathy Jackson, PhD ’04, Norfolk State
  • Rosie Jahng, PhD ’12, Wayne State
  • Joy Jenkins, PhD ’17, Tennessee
  • Yan Jin, PhD ’05, Georgia
  • Brett Johnson, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Joseph Jones, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Yusuf Kalyango, PhD ’08, Ohio
  • Michael W. Kearney, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Kimberly Kelling, PhD ’18, Wisconsin-Oshkosh
  • Leslie Kline, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Anastasia Kononova, PhD ’10, Michigan State
  • Lynda Kraxberger, MA ’88, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Heather Lamb, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Euirang Lee, MA ’18, Ohio
  • Hyunmin Lee, PhD ’11, Drexel
  • Seow Ting Lee, PhD ’02, Colorado at Boulder
  • María Len-Ríos, PhD ’02, Georgia
  • Lisa Lenoir, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Zhaoxi Liu, PhD ’04, Trinity
  • Monique Luisi, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Adam Maksl, PhD ’12, Indiana, Southeast
  • Nick Mathews, MA ’19, Minnesota
  • Andrew Mendelson, PhD ’97, City University of New York
  • Andrea Miller, PhD ’03, North Texas
  • Cristina Mislan, Missouri School of Journalism
  • James Ndone, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Marlene Neill, PhD ’07, Baylor
  • Hyun Jee Oh, PhD ’11, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • Uche Onyebadi, PhD ’08, Texas Christian
  • Chad Painter, PhD ’12, Dayton
  • Hyojung Park, PhD ’11, Louisiana State
  • Jihye Park, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Gregory Perreault, PhD ’15, Appalachian State
  • Mimi Perreault, PhD ’16, East Tennessee State
  • Earnest Perry, PhD ’98, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Jonathan Peters, PhD ’13, Georgia
  • Erin Schauster, PhD ’13, Colorado-Boulder
  • Erika Schneider, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Hyunjin Seo, PhD ’92, Kansas
  • Sara Shaban, PhD ’20, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Jae-Hwa Shin, PhD ’03, Southern Mississippi
  • Heather Shoenberger, PhD ’14, Pennsylvania State
  • Bill Silcock, PhD ’01, Arizona State
  • Jane B. Singer, PhD ’96, City, University of London
  • Miglena Sternadori, PhD ’08, Texas Tech
  • Daxton “Chip” Stewart, PhD ’09, Texas Christian
  • Roma Subramanian, PhD ’16, Nebraska-Omaha
  • Edson Tandoc, PhD ’13
  • Samuel Tham, MA ’15, Tampa
  • Ryan Thomas, Missouri School of Journalism
  • T.J. Thomson, PhD ’18, Queensland University of Technology
  • Kjerstin Thorson, MA ’07, Michigan State
  • Yong Volz, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Robert Wicks, MA ’80, Arkansas
  • Lee Wilkins, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Tamar Wilner, MA ’18, Texas at Austin
  • David Wolfgang, PhD ’16, Colorado State
  • Yanfang Wu, PhD ’17, Miami
  • Jing Yang, MA ’19, Loyola Chicago
  • Rachel Young, PhD ’13, Iowa
  • Ernest Zhang, PhD ’08, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Weilu Zhang, Missouri School of Journalism
  • Shuhua Zhou, Missouri School of Journalism

Updated: September 8, 2020

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