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College Faculty in the News: February 8, 2019

Associate Professor Joseph Valenzano III, chair of the Department of Communication, recently discussed how the immediacy of social media influences the online community in real time, potentially allowing opinion to take the lead over factual contexts. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"Human Trafficking Concerns Voiced in State of the Union Address"
ABC22/FOX45, Feb. 6, 2019
Lecturer Anthony Talbott, Director, Abolition Ohio and Director of Advocacy, Human Rights Center.

"What are the Takeaways from the State of the Union Address?"
FOX45, Feb. 6, 2019
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, Department of Political Science.

"With immediacy comes responsibility in the 24/7 social media world"
Crux Catholic News Service, Feb. 2, 2019
Associate Professor Joseph Valenzano III, Department of Communication chair.

"Gillette wades into corporate activism"
BYU Radio, Brigham Young University, Jan. 29, 2019
Assistant Professor Alan Abitbol, Department of Communication.

"How airports are designed to distract us from long walks, lengthy waits"
CBC Radio, Toronto ON, Jan. 25, 2019
Professor Janet Bednarek, Department of History.

"Public reaction to the Gillette ad"
KCBS-AM, San Francisco CA, Jan. 22, 2019
Assistant Professor Alan Abitbol, Department of Communication.

"How One Professor Learned to Stop Worrying and Drop the Deadline"
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan. 21, 2019
Associate Professor Tobias Rush, Department of Music.

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