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Newhouse Impact Symposium: Celebrating Research and Creative Activity

April 26, 2024 at 10:00am3:30pm EDT

Newhouse 3, Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium

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The Spring Newhouse Impact 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.

Dean Mark Lodato and Regina Luttrell, senior associate dean, will offer remarks.

Presenters include:

Sophia Maciejewski, senior, broadcast and digital journalism: “Producing News Content for Social Media with An A.I. Assistant”

Matthew Brodsky, graduate student, advanced media management: “The Future of Communication: A Student’s Perspective on Generative AI in Media Education”

Hua Jiang and students, associate professor, public relations: “The Future of Communication: A Student’s Perspective on Generative AI in Media Education”

Tiara Johnson, doctoral student, mass communications: “in(Visible): A Textual Analysis of Black Male Representation in Primetime Series, Abbott Elementary”

Tula Goenka, professor, television, radio and film: “The Look Now Project”

Alexandra Hodge, senior, visual communications: “ConnectEd: Combating the Digital Divide through Inclusive UI Design”

Allan Huong, graduate student, media studies: “Anti-Automobile Supremacy: Social Media Narratives and the Popular Resistance Against Pro-Automobile Talking Points”

Jason Davis and students, research professor: “The Rise of AI driven Synthetic Media and its Effect on Mis and Disinformation Detection, Attribution and Characterization”

Bryce Whitwam, doctoral student, mass communications: “Delivering Change: The Diffusion of Doula Care in Black American Communities”

Faren Karimkhan, assistant professor, advertising: “”Influential” Relationship: Understanding Social Media Influencers’ Impact on Consumers’ Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions”


This event was first published on February 13, 2024 and last updated on April 1, 2024.

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