Quarantine Fatigue

By Zhixin FangMay 20th, 2020in Blog

By Zhixin Fang As the weather warms up and more people are becoming eager to go outside, a research article picked up by the Washington Post found data proof that Americans are staying home less by using location data from 100 million cell phones. Researchers found that April 13 was a... More

Communicating COVID-19: International news coverage analysis

By Fengyan WangMay 20th, 2020in Blog

Report by EMS Master's students Fengyan Wang, Wanchun Liu, and Yimeng Sun 

 Since the global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become the center of discussion around the world. The topics discussed in different countries may vary significantly due to differences in cultural background. However, topics could also arise and... More

Challenges and Countermeasures for Remote Working

By Avery SinghApril 16th, 2020in Blog

Authors: Fengyan Wang, Yimeng Sun, Wanchun Liu It has been a month since President Brown announced the move to a remote campus in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, we invited the Director of COM Career Services Patrick Nelson (P.N.) and the Lab and Research Manager of the Communication Research... More

Political Interaction with Revolution of Communication Technology

By Senhao LiDecember 11th, 2018in Blog

The development of the internet and SNSs (social networking sites) has greatly changed how the public discuss and participate political affairs. Before the invention of SNSs, people received political information through the mass communication channels, where politicians influenced the public and spread their political ideologies at the same time. It... More