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Newhouse Symposium: Celebrating Research and Creative Activity

April 8, 2022 at 10:00am3:00pm EDT

Newhouse 3, Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium

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The spring 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.

Regina Luttrell, associate dean of research and creative activity, will offer remarks.

Presenters are:

Samantha Aaronson, senior, public relations/political science: “Social Advocacy: A Look Into How Broadway Activates Publics Beyond The Stage”

Jon Glass, professor of practice, of magazine, news and digital journalism: “Exploring 50 years of Title IX at Syracuse and throughout society”

Stan Jastrzebski, doctoral student, mass communications: “The American Journalist Project Public Media Subsample”

Hua Jiang, associate professor, public relations: “Vaccination Confidence and Medical Racism during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Four Surveys Conducted with AIAN, Hispanic, and Black Communities”

Zuzanna Mlynarczyk, senior, graphic design: “Designing with human touch: Using graphic design as a bridge to bring the world together”

Doug Quin, professor, television, radio and film: “Paradise: An Interactive Gestural Instrument”

Erika Schneider, visiting assistant teaching professor, public relations: “Responding to a Crisis Against the TikTok Clock”

Tianmeng Yan, master’s student, media studies: “OMG Buy It! The Impact of Live Streaming Features on Chinese people’s Consumption Attitude and Purchase Intention”

Shengjie Yao, doctoral candidate, mass communications: “Are You Hesitating to Use VR? How Personal Experience, Risk perception, and Emotions Determine the Adoption of VR”

James Year, master’s student, multimedia, photography and design: “The Moment: Automation and the Trucking Industry”

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This event was first published on October 6, 2021 and last updated on March 8, 2022.

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