Investigating Ecological Legacies in Amazonian Forests
Proposal for “Investigating Ecological Legacies in Amazonian Forests’ submitted to NSF’s HEGS (Human-Environment and Geographical Sciences) Program. Dollar Amount: $ 117, 832 (over three years). Kavoori and Weatherford will be part of a research team conducting an ethnoecological survey of plants connected with species found in the paleorecord in Ecuador. They will develop communication strategies to allow information from the legacy study to inform both tourists and indigenous guides about the new discoveries of biocultural diversity conservation. They will coordinate with environmental communicators for a social media campaign and will organize and direct a focused workshop on ecological legacies and Amazonian conservation.
She said, ‘Enough!’ Women-led protests around the world from a communication perspective
Karin Assman is an invited panelist for an AEJMC ICD panel entitled: “She said, ‘Enough!’ Women-led protests around the world from a communication perspective” on November 17. She’ll be talking about initiatives in […]
Does Culture Matter? Measuring Cross-Country Perceptions of CSR Communication Campaigns about COVID-19
Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought several challenges to businesses and societies. In response, many corporations have supported local communities and authorities in the management of the pandemic. Although these […]