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Newhouse Symposium: Celebrating Research and Creative Activity

October 22, 2021 at 11:00am2:00pm EDT

Newhouse 3, Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium

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The inaugural Newhouse Symposium, sponsored by the Newhouse School’s Office of Research and Creative Activity, will showcase and celebrate the school’s wide range of student and faculty research and creative activities in an effort to create awareness and encourage communications and collaboration at Newhouse and across campus.

Mark J. Lodato, dean of the Newhouse School, and Regina Luttrell, associate dean of research and creative activity, will offer remarks.

Presenters are:

Joy Burton, media studies master’s student, “Trash Trash Trash, Cancel Cancel Cancel: Understanding How YouTube Influencers React to Audience Backlash”

Jian Shi, mass communications doctoral student, “Media and Modern Racism: Understanding Anti-Asian Attitudes and Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Amanda Paule, magazine, news and digital journalism senior, “Visualizing 81: Revisiting Syracuse’s Inner-City Highway and 15th Ward”

Steven Pike, assistant professor of public relations and public diplomacy and global communications, “What Do Public Diplomats Do? A Comparison of U.S. Practitioner and U.S. Citizen Perceptions of the Public Diplomacy Profession”

Shannon Kirkpatrick, graphic design junior, “Think Design: The Process of Designing to Communicate an Idea”

Jeongwon Yang, mass communications doctoral student, “I Don’t Believe Fake News, But Others Do: An Exploration of Social Media Users’ Third-Person Perception of COVID-19 Fake News”

Xincheng Ding, media studies master’s student, “The Sneaker Resell Market: An Investigation into Sneakerheads and Social Media Hype”

Renée Stevens, associate chair and assistant professor of visual communications, “Making Reality More Accessible: A Look at XR and How it Makes the World Around Us More Accessible”

Follow on Twitter at #NewhouseSymposium.

This event was first published on October 6, 2021 and last updated on October 20, 2021.


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