Research News

Tar Heel Talks

Tar Heel Talks is a series produced by the UNC School of Media and Journalism to showcase faculty creative activity and research.

Social capital and the impact of advocacy networks

Assistant Professor Adam Saffer’s research takes a network perspective to investigate a range of communication questions around how the concepts of social networks and social capital work in public relations, political communication and health communication.

MJ-school awards $20,000 in seed grants to four faculty members for research projects

Four UNC School of Media and Journalism faculty members were awarded a total of $20,000 in seed grants for promising research projects.

Research Publication Roundup: December 2016

A vibrant and collaborative interdisciplinary research culture at the UNC School of Media and Journalism creates new knowledge, advances scholarship and helps reinvent media.

UNC at NCA annual convention in Philadelphia

Three graduate students and one assistant professor will represent the School of Media and Journalism at the convention. They will serve as chairs and respondents and present authored and co-authored papers.

Research Publication Roundup: November 2016

A vibrant and collaborative interdisciplinary research culture at the UNC School of Media and Journalism creates new knowledge, advances scholarship and helps reinvent media. Below is a list of recently published or presented scholarship by MJ-school faculty and students.


 

Research Publication Roundup: October 2016

A vibrant and collaborative interdisciplinary research culture at the UNC School of Media and Journalism creates new knowledge, advances scholarship and helps reinvent media.

Friedman and Johnston recognized for engaged scholarship through The Irina Project

UNC School of Media and Journalism faculty members Barbara Friedman and Anne Johnston were recognized by the Carolina Center for Public Service on Wednesday, Aug.

UNC at APSA 2016 in Philadelphia

Over 50 UNC-affiliated scholars — including two faculty members and two graduate students from the UNC School of Media and Journalism — will present authored or co-authored papers or research posters, as well as receive honors and serve as moderators, discussants and panelists at the 2016 American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting and Exhibition. This conference will take place Sept. 1-4, 2016, in Philadelphia.

UNC at AEJMC 2016 in Minneapolis

Nine graduate students, 12 faculty members and 48 alumni will represent the UNC School of Media and Journalism Aug. 4–7, 2016, at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) national convention in Minneapolis.