A collaboration that will include postdoctoral research fellow Seda Gurses has received funding from the Digital Media and Learning Trust Challenge, which aims to foster trust in online learning environments.
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MCC Associate Professor Rodney Benson and doctoral student Tim Wood have authored two new research studies.
Their article Who Says What or Nothing at All? Speakers, Frames, and Frameless Quotes in Unauthorized Immigration News in the United States, ... More
MCC senior Khalifa Niasse represented NYU at the 2015 Journalism School Hackathon co-hosted by PBS Media Shift and Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. Khalifa, who was nominated by his MCC advisors, secured a ... More
Professor Siegert comes to NYU as the 2015 Phyllis and Gerald LeBoff Visiting Scholar. He will teach a four-week graduate seminar entitled Cultural Techniques. This is also the title of Siegert's forthcoming book.
Bernhard Siegert is the Gerd ... More
The Information Law Institute at NYU is accepting applications for research fellowships in the area of information law and policy to begin in Fall 2015. The initial fellowship term is for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a second year. ... More
An issue of the Journal of Visual Culture dedicated to Internet Memes includes an article by doctoral student Patrick Davison entitled Because of the Pixels: On the History, Form, and Influence of MS Paint.
Davison provides a history of Microsoft's ... More