Tonya Hays presents improvisation workshop for Southeastern Theatre Conference
Tonya Hays presented an improvisation workshop for the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Memphis. The how to workshop assisted participants in creating their own improvisation festival at their universities, high schools or community theatres.
Dr. Holli Seitz
Dr. Holli Seitz, an assistant professor in Communication & Media Studies, presented collaborative work with Dr. Antonio Gardner and Dr. Leah Pylate at the National Communication Association 107th Annual Convention. Their research, titled "Formative research to inform college health communication campaigns about COVID-19 prevention behaviors," reported the results of surveys and interviews conducted with MSU students and parents and guardians to inform the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Heesook Choi
Dr. Heesook Choi, an assistant professor in Print & Digital Journalism, presented "Pandemic, Communication, and Participation: Exploring the Mediating Role of Emotion, Efficacy, and Knowledge in the Effects of Communication on Civic Participation during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Mexico." This study examined potential mediators of the relationship between news use and civic participation in the context of COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico.
Christie Jones Lawrence
Christie Jones Lawrence, a lecturer in Communication, virtually presented "Integrated Primary & Behavioral Health Care Improves Outcomes and Decreases Costs" at the 8th Annual Healthcare Analytics Summit.
Dr. Heesook Choi
Dr. Heesook Choi, an assistant professor in Print & Digital Journalism, presented "Traditional News vs. Political Satire: Fragmented Audience and Discreet Pathways to Political Participation" at the International Communication Association Conference.