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  • Michael Aguilar | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Goggles and other proprietary prevention and awareness educational products and campaigns Law Enforcement Agencies Schools Universities Government Highway Safety Agencies the US Military and organizations around the world use Innocorp products in efforts to combat problems associated with alcohol and other drug misuse and abuse Michael s return to graduate school is to help him gain the research expertise that he believes will help him and his company tackle new

    Original URL path: http://journalism.wisc.edu/sjmc_profile/michael-aguilar/?parent_page_id=1180 (2015-12-04)
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  • German Alvarez | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    the School of Journalism and Mass Communication He obtained his masters of mass communication at Louisiana State University in 2010 Alvarez s research interests include political communication social media and democracy and the relationship between mass media and political culture In addition he has served on the organizing committee for the School s annual graduate student research conference and the 2011 conference on the politics of consumption People Faculty Staff

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  • Mitchell Bard | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    for top graduate student paper PCA ACA and MAPOR where his single authored paper was awarded honorable mention for best student paper while he also served as a co author on the best student paper winner He has served as a teaching assistant for J202 and J561 and was named a teaching fellow of the College of Letters Science an award recognizing the top 15 TAs in L S Prior

    Original URL path: http://journalism.wisc.edu/sjmc_profile/mitchell-bard/?parent_page_id=1180 (2015-12-04)
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  • Matthew Barnidge | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    response to information sharing on social media as well as the effects of those perceptions on preferences and behavior His work has been published in journals such as Computers in Human Behavior Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly Mass Communication and Society and the International Journal of Public Opinion Research Matthew earned a master s in mass communication from Louisiana State University in 2010 and a B A in anthropology and

    Original URL path: http://journalism.wisc.edu/sjmc_profile/matthew-barnidge/?parent_page_id=1180 (2015-12-04)
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  • Caitlin Cieslik-Miskimen | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    the University of Wisconsin Madison and her thesis examined the way newspapers in small cities mediated mass culture in the early 1920s Her research focuses on the changing relationship between mass media outlets and the communities they cover She received her B A in journalism and French from the University of Wisconsin Madison Previously she worked at as an account manager for a public relations agency specializing in energy technology

    Original URL path: http://journalism.wisc.edu/sjmc_profile/caitlin-cieslik-miskimen/?parent_page_id=1180 (2015-12-04)
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  • David Coppini | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    Bologna in Social and Political Communication As an exchange student he also studied abroad at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle and the University of California San Diego After working in advertising and p r for two years in the fall of 2011 David enrolled in the Ph D program in Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin Madison His main research interests are in comparative political communication and the impact of

    Original URL path: http://journalism.wisc.edu/sjmc_profile/david-coppini/?parent_page_id=1180 (2015-12-04)
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  • Catasha Davis | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    in health communication health disparities and social marketing Catasha uses critical cultural studies to inform research on race gender sexuality stereotypes and health disparities She is currently conducting experimental research on intersectionality stereotypes and intergroup communication Catasha has also worked as project assistant for Dr Shawnika Hull and community partner Diverse Resilient on a social marketing campaign called Acceptance Journeys Acceptance Journeys aims to increase acceptance of gay men by

    Original URL path: http://journalism.wisc.edu/sjmc_profile/catasha-davis/?parent_page_id=1180 (2015-12-04)
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  • Zhen Di | School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    goodrx review Zhen Di di3 wisc edu Zhen is a doctoral student in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin Madison Her current research interests lie in health communication and psychological effects of media focused on how communication patterns of new media influence people s health outcomes People Faculty Staff Affiliated Emeritus Faculty Ph D Students Research M A Professional M A Recent Graduates in

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