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  • Welcome | Department of Communication
    Influence and Persuasion Social Networks Technology and Social Behavior Outreach Alumni Connections News Events New Home Building Better Connections Make a Contribution Naming Opportunities Our Move to Mann Blog Skate Night Faces of Comm Word Poetry Wall Welcome The Department of Communication is a national leader in the study of communication as a social science ranked among the top five in a recent poll by the National Research Council Our faculty and students are dedicated to understanding the role and enhancing the effectiveness of communication processes systems and infrastructure in society We explore communication in its many forms and contexts as a fundamentally social phenomenon Our faculty members are recognized for developing and applying novel theoretical perspectives to the most pressing social and policy issues of the day The spring summer 2015 newsletter is here Published Jul 2 2015 The semi annual department newsletter The COMM cast is available at the following link http issuu com cornellcommunication docs spring summer 2015 newsletter 1 Read more Jon Schuldt Awarded ACSF Fellowship Published Apr 2 2015 The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future Selects Humanities Social Sciences and Arts Fellows Jon Schuldt among the Inaugural Fellows Jon will a Faculty in Residence during the fall 2015 term Read more Poppy McLeod s mentoring profiled in PeriodiCALS Published Apr 2 2015 To encourage mentoring Poppy McLeod populates her Group Communication Lab with graduate and undergraduate students and encourages them work closely together This results in the undergraduates developing a deeper interest in research and the grad students honing their own mentorship skills At the same time McLeod learns from both finding inspiration in their ideas experiences and perspectives on research and life Read more Drew Margolin featured in PeriodiCALS Published Apr 1 2015 Prof Drew Margolin discusses empathy Twitter and communication and its

    Original URL path: http://communication.cals.cornell.edu/ (2016-01-05)
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  • About Us | Department of Communication
    CornellUCOMM About Us Home About Us Welcome to the Department of Communication in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University The Department of Communication is dedicated to enhancing understanding of communication processes institutions systems and practices informing and educating a wide range of constituencies and fostering communication competencies all in service to ethical public discourse in a civil society committed to positive social change Our faculty graduate students undergraduates and alumni are recognized leaders in developing and applying novel theoretical perspectives to address important issues Grounded in the theoretical and methodological rigor of the social sciences we teach classes and conduct research on real world communication problems related to media health agriculture and the environment among others We recognize and value a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative empirical methods and we celebrate research as a core element of teaching in all its forms and teaching as a fundamental spur to research Today the Department of Communication is a national and international leader in conducting research with a strong commitment to educating the next generation of citizenry to address these issues Its vision is to be the global leader in promoting greater understanding of human communication its forms structures and effects in a world that is intricately mediated technologically sophisticated and scientifically informed At the undergraduate level we ensure that students acquire communication competencies and the ability to connect those practices with theory both through traditional coursework and through active engagement in undergraduate research Our carefully constructed curriculum provides a core of contemporary communication knowledge theory and practice students learn how communication influences attitudes opinions and behaviors how communication systems work in society and how to apply this understanding of communication to solving problems sustaining the environment reaching the public with new knowledge and managing the intricate

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  • Contact Information | Department of Communication
    Communication Groups Organizations and Communities Health Communication Interactive Media Design Media Psychology Media Technology and Society Risk and Environmental Communication Social Influence and Persuasion Social Networks Technology and Social Behavior Outreach Alumni Connections News Events New Home Building Better Connections Make a Contribution Naming Opportunities Our Move to Mann Blog Main menu About Us Contact Information People Undergraduate Graduate Research Outreach News Events New Home The spring summer 2015 newsletter is here Published Jul 2 2015 The semi annual department newsletter The COMM cast is available at the following link http issuu com cornellcommunication docs spring summer 2015 newsletter 1 Read more Poppy McLeod s mentoring profiled in PeriodiCALS Published Apr 2 2015 To encourage mentoring Poppy McLeod populates her Group Communication Lab with graduate and undergraduate students and encourages them work closely together This results in the undergraduates developing a deeper interest in research and the grad students honing their own mentorship skills At the same time McLeod learns from both finding inspiration in their ideas experiences and perspectives on research and life Read more Jon Schuldt Awarded ACSF Fellowship Published Apr 2 2015 The Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future Selects Humanities Social Sciences and Arts Fellows Jon

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  • People | Department of Communication
    Enrollment Information Get Involved Association for Women in Communication Student Advisory Board Student Awards Alumni Career Connections Postgraduate Report Internship Information Career Search Links Off Campus Programs How to Transfer Summer Courses 2016 Graduate Admissions and Financial Support Financial Support for Students FAQs Degree Requirements Information for Current Students General Suggestions Typical Progress Graduate Field of Communication Faculty Ph D Students Research Children Adolescents and the Media Communication and Public Policy Communication of Science and Technology Cultural and Intercultural Communication Groups Organizations and Communities Health Communication Interactive Media Design Media Psychology Media Technology and Society Risk and Environmental Communication Social Influence and Persuasion Social Networks Technology and Social Behavior Outreach Alumni Connections News Events New Home Building Better Connections Make a Contribution Naming Opportunities Our Move to Mann Blog Main menu About Us People Faculty and Academic Staff Staff Ph D Students Professors Emeriti Advisory Board Student Advisory Board Undergraduate Graduate Research Outreach News Events New Home Contact the Department of Communication 450 Mann Library Building Ithaca NY 14853 4203 Telephone 607 255 2601 Fax 607 254 1322 communication cornell edu People Home People Faculty Spotlight Jonathon Schuldt Jonathon Schuldt Research and Academic Interests Environmental and health communication everyday judgment

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  • Department Faculty and Academic Staff | Department of Communication
    foster more thoughtful discussions of political issues and technology refusal to understand how society decides where technology is in appropriate Natalie Bazarova Natalie Bazarova Assistant Professor Email nnb8 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Communication technology and personal relationships self disclosure and privacy online social cognition and attributional judgments group communication Christopher Byrne Christopher Byrne Lecturer Email cpb76 cornell edu Christopher Byrne joins the Department of Communication with thirteen years of teaching experience and more than a decade of working in the film industry He will be teaching writing and professional development courses with a focus on producing content and personal branding for new media Sahara Byrne Sahara Byrne Associate Professor Email seb272 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Media effects media and human development persuasion strategic communication E Lauren Chambliss E Lauren Chambliss Lecturer Email elc55 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Communication skills communication strategy message development reporting and writing Jodi Cohen Jodi Cohen Senior Lecturer Email jrc442 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Critical studies of rhetoric communication and democracy communication and culture Susan Fussell Susan Fussell Professor Email sfussell cornell edu Professor Fussell serves as the Director of Graduate Studies Research and Academic Interests Computer mediated communication social computing computer supported cooperative work and human robot interaction One of her major research projects focuses on understanding how people s cultural backgrounds influence computer mediated communication Geri Gay Geri Gay Professor Email gkg1 cornell edu Dr Geri Gay is the Kenneth J Bissett Professor and a Stephen H Weiss Presidential Fellow Research and Academic Interests Social and technical issues in the design and application of interactive communication technologies Specifically interested in social navigation persuasive computing affective computing social networking mobile computing and design theory Tarleton Gillespie Tarleton Gillespie Adjunct Associate Professor Email tlg28 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests New media technologies and society the technical legal political and economic structuring of public culture information policy especially copyright technology and discourse Amelia Greiner Safi Amelia Greiner Safi Senior Research Associate Email alg52 cornell edu Research Interests health and environmental communication process analysis translation of research into practice and policy links among policy health and environment urban planning and public health Lee Humphreys Lee Humphreys Associate Professor Email lmh13 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Sociology of mobile and social media historicizing media practices through qualitative research methods Lois Levitan Lois Levitan Senior Extension Associate Email lcl3 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Directs Recycling Agricultural Plastics Project developing recycling infrastructure and markets and Environmental Risk Analysis Program helping citizens and policy makers balance levels of concern with levels of risk and social impact Bruce Lewenstein Bruce Lewenstein Professor of Science Communication Email bvl1 cornell edu Research and Academic Interests Public communication of public understanding of and public engagement in science and technology history of science communication science journalism and science museums informal science education Drew Margolin Drew Margolin Assistant Professor Email dm658 cornell edu Dr Drew Margolin holds the Geri Gay Sesquicentennial Faculty Fellowship in Communication and

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  • Staff | Department of Communication
    Students Research Children Adolescents and the Media Communication and Public Policy Communication of Science and Technology Cultural and Intercultural Communication Groups Organizations and Communities Health Communication Interactive Media Design Media Psychology Media Technology and Society Risk and Environmental Communication Social Influence and Persuasion Social Networks Technology and Social Behavior Outreach Alumni Connections News Events New Home Building Better Connections Make a Contribution Naming Opportunities Our Move to Mann Blog Main

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  • Ph.D. Students | Department of Communication
    focusing on team building and work collaboration for geographically dispersed groups Alexandra Hinck Alexandra Hinck Email ash239 cornell edu Research interests Interpersonal communication computer mediated communication gender stereotypes identity development public and private spaces within technology Jason Holley Jason Holley Email jrh374 cornell edu Research interests Environmental science and risk communication media portrayals of climate change in environmentally precarious areas e g the desert Southwest in relation to individual attitudes and behaviors spatial contexts framing theory emerging technologies and content automation Sunyoung Hwang Sunyoung Hwang Email sh2284 cornell edu Research interests Computer mediated communication intercultural communication and chronemics Caroline Jack Caroline Jack Email csj44 cornell edu Research interests Media history especially histories of sponsored media including film and simulation games cultural histories of communication technology enterprise and society history of capitalism technology and subjectivity Hepeng Jia Hepeng Jia Email hj352 cornell edu Research interests Science communication in social context role of communication in social and political transformation science journalism communication of science controversies role of communication in shaping policies Public opinion in China s sociopolitical transformation Franccesca Kazerooni Franccesca Kazerooni Email fk235 cornell edu Research interests Intergroup dynamics and communication computer mediated communication and online representations of stigmatized identities Deena Kemp Deena Kemp Email dgk59 cornell edu Research interests Health communication and behavior the influence of message content and context on health decisions and outcomes health information needs and risk perception crisis communication evidence based communication interventions and the use of preventative measures and newly developed treatments Byungdoo Kim Byungdoo Kim Email bk483 cornell edu Research Interests Environmental risk communication sustainability communication environmental campaign human behavior and resource use environmental sociology sustainable energy consumption and production recycling and upcycling Kaylee Kruzan Kaylee Kruzan Email kpk65 cornell edu Research interests Computer mediated communication online identity and embodiment interpersonal communication existential psychology terror management theory mixed methods Tae Kyoung Lee Tae Kyoung Lee Email tl452 cornell edu Research interests Narrative persuasion in health communication judgment making about narrative characters understanding and adopting narrative characters goals Wang Liao Wang Liao Email wl483 cornell edu Research interests Knowledge sharing collective action and social exchange dynamics in organizations groups and online social networks quantitative methods and network modeling Angel Yi Ching Liu Angel Yi Ching Liu Email yl839 cornell edu Research interests Computer mediated communication and group decision making the role of media and social influence in political communication on social media sites Jin Liu Jin Liu Email jl2523 cornell edu Research interests Interpersonal communication in face to face and computer mediated communication across cultures Hang Lu Hang Lu Email hl896 cornell edu Research interests Risk environmental science and health communication the role of emotions both incidental and integral in influencing information processing judgments and decision making John Lunsford John Lunsford Email jpl292 cornell edu Research interests Technological mediation algorithms social and cultural implications of technological integration expression interpretation and meaning in and through technological spaces technology s influence in shaping the sense of self presence and agency psychopharmacology as technology robotics Patrick MacDonald Patrick

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  • Professors Emeriti | Department of Communication
    Graduate Field of Communication Faculty Ph D Students Research Children Adolescents and the Media Communication and Public Policy Communication of Science and Technology Cultural and Intercultural Communication Groups Organizations and Communities Health Communication Interactive Media Design Media Psychology Media Technology and Society Risk and Environmental Communication Social Influence and Persuasion Social Networks Technology and Social Behavior Outreach Alumni Connections News Events New Home Building Better Connections Make a Contribution Naming

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