The Journal of Cognition article finds that radio station identification jingles may be more effective when the radio is playing as background noise.
They’ll teach courses in communication, journalism, advertising, media theory, media technologies and media management.
The installation features 450 pieces of faded indigo-dyed cloth, accompanied by music to mimic the fading.
The summer/fall 2018 issue won in the Single Issue of an Ongoing Magazine—Editorial category.
Bill Schwab will teach advertising courses, and alumna Kathleen Johnston will develop an investigative journalism curriculum.
Lanosga’s paper analyzes how interest groups make use of the Freedom of Information Act to place their issues on national news agendas.
The article appears in the latest edition of Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research.
The Bloomington Academic Advising Council Professional Development Certificate is awarded to advisers who attend five or more professional development events during the year.
The 101st annual event is Aug. 6-9 in Washington, D.C.
The article appears in the latest issue of Journalism.