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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Communication, Information and Library Studies 194  

Communication, Information and Library Studies 194

Degree Program Offered:Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program: Professor Marie Radford, School of Communication and Information, 4 Huntington Street, College Avenue Campus (848-932-8785; Fax: 732-932-6916)

Website: http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/phd-program/phd-program.html

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Mark Aakhus, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Arizona
Collaboration and conflict processes; communication-information technology; discourse and organizations; corporate social responsibility; sustainability

Melissa Aronczyk, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., New York
Critical promotional culture and promotional media; nationalism/national identity; globalization; politics and media; sociology of culture

Nicholas J. Belkin, Distinguished Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., London
Information science; information retrieval theory; interactive information retrieval; people's interactions with information; human-computer interaction in information systems

Galina Bolden, Associate Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Conversation analysis in English and Russian; communication across linguistic and cultural barriers; nonverbal communication

Jack Bratich, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Illinois (Urbana)
Popular culture; social and political theory; media and democracy; technology and society

Marija Dalbello, Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Toronto
Theory and history of information; social history of knowledge; visual epistemology, history of the book; digital humanities

Marya Doerfel, Associate Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)
Organizational communication; organizational culture; network analysis; semantic network analysis

Lauren Feldman, Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Media and politics; public opinion; partisan media; entertainment and politics; climate change communication

Gustav W. Friedrich, Professor Emeritus of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Kansas
Communication theory; instructional communication; applied communication

David Greenberg, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Columbia
American political and cultural history; politics and media

Kathryn Greene, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Georgia
Health-message design targeting; adolescent risk taking; disclosure of health issues

Vikki Sara Katz, Associate Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Southern California
Community-based health interventions; immigrant family dynamics; children's information seeking/translating; ethnic media; communication ecologies

Susan Keith, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., North Carolina (Chapel Hill)
Traditional and new media journalistic practice; media ethics; mass communication law

Deepa Kumar, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Pittsburgh
Critical media studies; globalization; class; gender; imperialism; war; Middle East; Islam; Orientalism

Michael E. Lesk, Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Harvard
Digital libraries; digital preservation and the economics of digital information

Laurie Lewis, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., California (Santa Barbara)
Organizational communication; stakeholder communication; organizational change; nonprofits; interorganizational collaboration

Jennifer S. Mandelbaum, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Texas (Austin)
Interpersonal communication; conversational analysis

Regina Marchi, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., California (San Diego)
Race, class, gender and media; social movements and news; community media; Latino popular culture

Claire McInerney, Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., SUNY (Albany)
Knowledge management; information ethics; virtual organizations; community informatics and health; gender and technology

Hartmut B. Mokros, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Chicago
Language and social interaction; communication and identity; psychopathology and wellness; research methodology

John V. Pavlik, Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Minnesota
Journalism technology and new media technologies; Spanish-language media; journalism and media ethics

Jonathan Potter, Distinguished Professor of Communication and Dean, SC&I; Ph.D., York
Discursive psychology; conversation analysis; qualitative research methods; theory

Marie L. Radford, Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Rutgers
Interpersonal communication in virtual and face-to-face contexts; librarian-user interactions; media stereotypes; cultural studies; qualitative methods

Rebecca Reynolds, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Syracuse
Computer-supported collaborative learning among youth in constructionist design-oriented environments

Brent D. Ruben, Distinguished Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Iowa
Communication theory; organizational quality; health and medical communication; communication and information systems; communication education

Jorge Reina Schement, Distinguished Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Stanford
Information policy; global telecommunications; Spanish-language media; information-consumer behavior

Craig R. Scott, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Arizona State
Organizational communication; new communication technologies; issues of identification and anonymity; communication theory

Chirag Shah, Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., North Carolina (Chapel Hill)
Information seeking/retrieval/behavior; social media; human-computer interaction

Lea P. Stewart, Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Purdue
Organizational communication; diversity; gender; sexual harassment; health communication

Jennifer Theiss, Associate Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Wisconsin (Madison)
Interpersonal communication; romantic relationship development

Ross J. Todd, Associate Professor of Library and Information Science; SC&I; Ph.D., Sydney
Human information behavior; adolescents' information seeking and utilization; school librarianship; knowledge management

Betty J. Turock, Professor Emerita of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Rutgers
Management; information services; information policy

Nina Wacholder, Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., CUNY
Organization of information; information access; computational linguistics

Jennifer Warren, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State
Health communication; underserved identities; health disparities; tobacco use; targeted e-health interventions; community-based participatory research

Matthew Weber, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Southern California
Organizations and technology; media

Todd Wolfson, Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Role of new information and communication technologies in global social movements

Itzhak Yanovitzky, Associate Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Health communication; persuasion; communication and social changes; research methodology

Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

Caron Chess, Associate Professor of Human Ecology, SEBS; Ph.D., SUNY (CESF) Environmental communication; risk communication; public participation

Kaitlin Costello, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., North Carolina (Chapel Hill)
Health informatics; information behavior; social informatics; theory development

Meara Faw, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Washington
Interpersonal communication; health; social support; biomarker methods

Bernadette Gailliard, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., California (Santa Barbara)
Organizational communication; identity; race, gender, and class intersections

Sunyoung Kim, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon
Human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, mobile computing, and CSCW, and applying these interests to: technology empowerment, everyday health and well-being, healthy aging, citizen science, and environmental sustainability

Jeffrey Lane, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Princeton
Urban ethnography; mediated communication; urban communication

Lisa Mikesell, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Qualitative methods; conversation analysis and ethnography; health communication

Katherine Ognyanova, Assistant Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Southern California
Network science; computational social science; media and technology; political communication and civic engagement

Charles Senteio, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Michigan
Health informatics; health disparities; health education

Vivek Kumar Singh, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., California (Irvine)
Data analytics; social analytics; multimedia; computational social science

Khadijah White, Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Race and gender in media and politics

Adjunct Members of the Graduate Faculty

Marc Aronson, Assistant Teaching Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., New York
Intersection of adult gendered views of books and young readers; categories of boy and girl in books; develop models to help critical reading skills in young people

Michael J. Bzdak, Visiting Part-Time Lecturer in Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Rutgers
Organizational communication; corporate social responsibility; CSR theory and practice

Mary Chayko, Teaching Professor of Communication and Information, SC&I; Ph.D., Rutgers
Impact of the internet and digital media on community, society, and self

Richard Dool, Teaching Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Maryland
Organizational transformations; leadership and intercultural communication

Alexa Hepburn, Research Professor of Communication, SC&I; Ph.D., Glasgow Caledonian
Conversation analysis; children's interaction; emotion and influence in talk

Jon L. Oliver, Assistant Dean for Network and Information Technology, SC&I; M.S., Rutgers
Information retrieval and dissemination in distance education

Gary P. Radford, Professor of Communication, Fairleigh Dickinson; Ph.D., Rutgers
Communication theory and philosophy; semiotics; interpersonal communication

Anselm Spoerri, Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, SC&I; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Information visualization; information retrieval; data diffusion; multimedia

Joyce Valenza, Assistant Teaching Professor of Library and Information Studies, SC&I; Ph.D., North Texas
Social media; youth information; digital storytelling; information fluency

Leonard T. Vercellotti, Assistant Research Professor, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Ph.D., North Carolina (Chapel Hill)
Public opinion; ethnic media; political communication

 
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