In Brief: April 2014


Congratulations to all of our graduating Communication Studies students!

Faculty Associate Ted Brader appeared in a Forbes article to discuss the ways in which the Republican Party can attract women voters.

Robin Means Coleman, the Department’s Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, was awarded the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Outstanding Research Mentor Award.

Graduate student Annemarie Iddins received a Rackham International Research Award to support her dissertation research on Morocco and modernity.

Associate Professor Amanda Lotz was cited in Congressional Quarterly Researcher, was published in Salon, and released her new book Cable Guys: Televisions and Masculinities in the 21st Century.



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