Schwibs started the Double Exposure project six years ago.
The Barbara Restle Press Law Project will be implemented by the school’s Center on International Media Law and Policy.
“Technology Maintenance: Building a Social Scientific Theoretical Framework for the 21st Century Digital Divide,” was the topic of the Feb. 3 weekly research talk.
Doctoral candidate Rachelle Pavelko, assistant professor Jessica Myrick and doctoral candidate Roshni Verghese are co-authors.
The Media School and the Turkish Flagship Program will host “Media in Turkey and Turkic Central Asia.”
“Technology Maintenance: Building a Theoretical Framework for the 21st Century Digital Divide,” is at 12:20 p.m. Feb. 3.
“Sinking in a Swamp of News, Lies and Social Media?” is at 11:15 a.m. Feb. 9.
She presented “A New Climate Reality: The Exogenous Events in Influencing Newsworthiness in the Philippines,” Jan. 27.
Applicants should avoid talking to fast, referring to notes and over-explaining, professors suggest.
“What’s Your Emergency? Digital Media, Emergency and Research Design” is at 12:20 p.m. Jan. 20 in Franklin Hall 310.