Sponsored by the Department of Communication & Journalism
The annual Undergraduate Communication Research Conference is sponsored by the Department of Communication and Journalism at the University of St. Thomas. It is designed as a celebration of undergraduate research in all areas of the communication discipline, bringing together students and faculty from colleges and universities of the upper Midwest.
Proposals for the conference may include, but are not limited to, individual or group research projects, performance pieces and video productions in areas including communication theory, rhetorical theory and criticism, journalism, and media production and criticism. Submissions of completed projects is strongly recommended and given highest priority in the selection process.
This year, paper/proposal submission forms will be accepted online starting the first week of January. However, the research papers, performance pieces and videos are still need to be emailed to email@example.com. The paper/proposal submission form will be available on this page.
Students may submit one of the following type of proposals to the conference:
Individual/Co-authored Research Paper or Project
Paper/Proposals submission deadline: Friday, March 13, 2015
Registration forms and payments will be accepted online starting January, 2015
Conference Fee: $40, includes lunch
Registration deadline: Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Click here for registration form and instructions
Jeffrey T. Child, Ph.D.
Kent State University
Jeffrey T. Child is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Kent State University. He joined the faculty ranks at Kent State University in August of 2007. Jeff completed his doctoral studies and earned his Ph.D. degree from North Dakota State University in 2007. Jeff’s primary research explores how people manage their privacy when interacting on social media and the impact of a variety of factors on the subsequent communication practices. In his keynote, Dr. Child will address the answers to questions such as
What does privacy mean in the digital era of communication?
Is privacy dead today?
How do we effectively respond to privacy breakdowns in the age of digital communication?
Is there anything that can be done to prevent privacy breakdowns from occurring through social media in the first place?
Friday, April 24, 2015