Leonardo Carrizo serves as a photography specialist group leader with National Geographic, leading high school students with interests in photography, culture and conservation as they tour South American sites.
Ron Galella, a photographer famous for his images of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and for being assaulted by Richard Burton and Marlon Brando, talk to Ohio State students about ethics and celebrity right to privacy.
Professor Brad Bushman shares his research on the causes, consequences and solutions to the problem of human aggression and violence.
More than 170 undergrad students come to learn about majors and minors, grad studies, research opportunities and School of Comm student orgs.
Kraft paper on how iPads are enhancing mobile journalism education honored by Journalism and Mass Communications Educator and Mobile Me & You conference.
In two new papers in journals, Zheng (Joyce) Wang suggests that thinking in a quantum-like way enables humans to confront complex questions and make important decisions despite limited mental resources.
David Clementson’s paper explores "When does a Presidential Candidate seem Presidential and Trustworthy? Campaign Messages Through the Lens of Language Expectancy Theory."
Paper receives 2015 Lynda Lee Kaid Best Published Paper in Political Communication Award. Kelly Garrett is lead author, PhD students Rachel Neo and Aysenur Dal and alumnus Ben Johnson co-authored.
Faculty and current, former PhD students co-author Top Faculty Paper and Top Theory Paper, Communication Theory and Methodology Division, AEJMC.
Comm students help interdisciplinary OSU team win first place in a competition to reengineer a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro into a performance hybrid.
Fifteen students attend the International Communication Association Conference, first-authoring 21 papers and posters and co-authoring 13 more.