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I-Comm Week

Doctoral Student Presentations

3:30 - 5 p.m.
Harper College, Gressette Room


Chris Cunningham, Ph.D. student, SLIS
“Democracy and Freedoms: Is the Freedom to Information Considered Such a Freedom?”
Presented for the first time at College of Mass Communications and Information Studies I-Comm Week, October 2011

Matthew J. Haught, Ph.D. student, SJMC
“Presenting without a Point? Modular Presentations and the Connected Classroom.”
Originally presented at the Visual Communication and Magazine Teaching Marathon, 94th Annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication national convention, St. Louis, Mo., August 2011.

Anmol Kalsi, Ph.D. student, SLIS
“Where no researcher has gone before: Exploring racial diversity in the youth collections of South Carolina’s public libraries.”
Presented for the first time at College of Mass Communications and Information Studies I-Comm Week, October 2011

Jack Karlis, Ph.D. student, SJMC
“Poker and Prostitution: Craig v. Henry and the Dilemma of Hypothetical Online Prostitution.”
Originally presented at the 94th Annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication national convention, St. Louis, Mo., August 2011.
Second place student paper in Law and Policy Division.

Robin Kurz, Ph.D. student, SLIS
“Recent Graduates in LIS Education: How are They Enhancing Services to Latinos and Spanish-speaking Communities?”
Originally presented at the REFORMA National Conference IV, Denver, Co., September 2011.

Karen Miller, Ph.D. student, SLIS
“Public Library Board Decisions: Tensions of Sustainability.”
Presented for the first time at College of Mass Communications and Information Studies I-Comm Week, October 2011

Geah Pressgrove, Ph.D. student, SJMC
“The Precious Ingredient of War: The WPB Used Cooking Fat Advertising Campaign of 1943.”
Originally presented at the 94th Annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication national convention, St. Louis, Mo., August 2011.
Second place student paper in the History Division.

Dr. Paul Solomon, moderator, Associate Professor, SLIS

 

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