UGA researchers examine factors related to awe in luxury brands October 19, 2020 Natural wonders such as the Grand Canyon typically inspire feelings of awe. Consumer psychology researchers at the University of Georgia investigated whether or not those same feelings might be ins... read more about UGA researchers examine factors related to awe in luxury brands
College unveils plans for Holiday Gift Guide for alumni businesses October 16, 2020 Grady College announces plans to create a Bulldog Business Holiday Gift Guide featuring listings of products and services sold by Grady College alumni entrepreneurs. "We are always looking for w... read more about College unveils plans for Holiday Gift Guide for alumni businesses
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EMST professors create and collaborate outside the classroom October 14, 2020 Many university faculty members collaborate with one another on research or projects for the good of the community, but for Booker T. Mattison and Garland McLaurin, their collaboration draws on mor... read more about EMST professors create and collaborate outside the classroom
Brands gain or lose trust from consumers based on transparency and type of sponsorship agreement with online reviewers October 13, 2020 Sponsored marketing efforts online can create less trust with consumers when consumers do not have clear understanding of the sponsorship terms. That is according to a study co-authored by Alexande... read more about Brands gain or lose trust from consumers based on transparency and type of sponsorship agreement with online reviewers
2020 Tieger Fellows
Three students selected as Tieger Fellows will promote the Public Affairs Communications program at UGA October 12, 2020 The University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication announced the selection of three Tieger Fellows for the fall of 2020: Sarah Geary, Melissa Hevener and Hannah Payne. ... read more about Three students selected as Tieger Fellows will promote the Public Affairs Communications program at UGA
#ProfilesOfTenacity: Laura Nwogu October 8, 2020 Why did you choose Grady and your course of study? In pursuing a journalism degree at Grady, I want to give a voice to the voiceless and highlight underrepresented communities and cultures. So muc... read more about #ProfilesOfTenacity: Laura Nwogu
Nate Kohn co-hosts virtual Ebert Symposium discussion about the film industry during COVID-19 and social justice reform October 6, 2020 Nate Kohn, professor in the Department of Entertainment and Media Studies at Grady College, will co-host the first discussion of the Ebert Symposium on Oct. 8, talking about how the film industry i... read more about Nate Kohn co-hosts virtual Ebert Symposium discussion about the film industry during COVID-19 and social justice reform
Virtual reality research wins best paper for I/ITSEC simulation committee; advances to best conference paper competition October 5, 2020 Research using virtual reality family rooms to bring together members of the military deployed overseas and their families back home has been awarded the best paper in the Simulation committee of t... read more about Virtual reality research wins best paper for I/ITSEC simulation committee; advances to best conference paper competition
#ProfilesOfTenacity: Taylor Potter October 2, 2020 What does the word “tenacity" mean to you? You know, I always describe myself as determined, persistent and driven, but I think I’ll start using tenacious more often. I think someone with tenacity... read more about #ProfilesOfTenacity: Taylor Potter
When companies are attacked by misinformation, employees may be their best defense September 30, 2020 For companies facing a crisis, misinformation—especially on social media—can abound. These days, it’s not enough for a company to simply deny a claim. A team of researchers from the University of G... read more about When companies are attacked by misinformation, employees may be their best defense