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Cross-institutional collaboration sparks student research on AI, crisis communication

When students from the University of Georgia and Penn State met to kick off a research partnership this past August, they quickly realized they were gaining more than a line item on their CVs. They were getting experience leading collaborative cross-institutional research that will address important topics affecting public communications today. The new colleagues left […]

Research indicates policing videos contribute to trauma symptoms among Black Americans

Viewing violent police videos can result in trouble sleeping, symptoms of PTSD and feelings of being on guard, especially among Black Americans, according to research published in the Fall 2023 issue of Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. The research, “Viewing violent policing videos contributes to trauma symptoms for Black Americans,” was conducted by Glenna […]

SEE Suite benefits from Brazil PR agency partnership

The week of November 5, a team representing the Department of Advertising and Public Relations at Grady College visited Brazil to exchange practices and continue research collaboration. Itai Himelboim, Michael Cacciatore and undergraduate student Max Leiter of UGA’s SEE Suite met with the team at Imagem Corporativa in São Paulo, Brazil.  UGA’s SEE Suite has […]

NaYoung Song takes on Crisis Communication

After completing her bachelor’s degree at Korea University, NaYoung Song decided to attend the University of Georgia to receive her master’s, becoming the inaugural scholar in a partnership between the universities. With an undergraduate degree in Media and Communications, Song was interested in becoming more specialized in Public Relations and gaining professional experience.  Song is […]