Jan. 6: No Colloquium (University closed due to weather)
Jan. 13: Dr. R. Kelly Garrett and Dr. Brad Bushman
"Time-sharing Experiments for the School of Communication (TESoC)"
"C-REP Information Session"
Jan. 20: No Colloquium (Dr. Martin Luther King Day observed)
Jan. 27: Kristie Sigler, Bethany Barker, and UCAT
"Teaching PSB: UCAT grant-funded GTA training program"
Hyunjin Song-"How communication network informs our understandings of political behavior"
Mao Vang-"Stereotypes and group categorization: Perceptions of race in new media"
Bridget Potocki-"Interpersonal Discussion: Motivation and Messages."
Michael Hanus-"Choice, Customization, and Reactance: How Interactive Media Influences Resistance to Persuasion."
Wai Yen Tang-"Bro, cool, it's just a game, don't take it personally."
Morgan Schunn-"Message processing: Emotional frame, thought confidence, and norms."
Young Shin Lim-"Evaluating the Wisdom of Strangers: Social Media and Persuasion."
Emma Fete-"The intercultural media experience: Cosmopolitanism and media selection of international and domestic media."
Tiffany White-"Getting underneath the skin: Colorism discussions in online forums."
Bethany Barker-"Music in the message: Cognitive processing of music in mediated messages."
March 10: No Colloquium (Spring Break)
March 17: Dr. Andy Merolla, Baldwin Wallace University Department of Communication Arts & Sciences
"The Role of Hope in Conflict Management and Relational Maintenance."
March 24: Dr. R. Kelly Garrett
Stefanie Best- "STI Testing Norms in College Students."
Matthew Irwin-"Managing limited resources and attention in an information-rich world."
April 7: Ted Dickinson-"You Got Coffee In My Racing Game: Four Studies of Product Placement in Video Games."
Aysenur Dal-"#MenaceToSociety: Social Media and Democratic Citizenship within a Censored Information Environment."
Angela Palmer-Wackerly-"Shhh! We Shouldn’t Talk about That: The Role of Self-Disclosure in Taboo, Chronic Health Conditions."
April 21: Ine Beyens, Visiting Scholar, KU Leuven-"Is television a parent's best friend? Why parents use television in parenting their young children."
Aug. 26: Dr. Sabine Trepte, Professor, University of Hohenheim
"How National Identity Influences Knowledge Building: A Social Identity Approach."
Sept. 2: No Colloquium (Labor Day)
Sept. 9: Dr. Shu-Fang Lin
"Interacting with Media Characters: Enjoyment, Identification, and Vicarious Interaction."
Sept. 16: Dr. Rick Busselle, Visiting Associate Professor, Bowling Green State University
"Narrative Persuasion and the Relation Between Un-Realism as Counterarguing."
Sept. 23: Professional Development Workshop
Sept. 30: Sophie Boerman, PhD candidate, University of Amsterdam
"This Program Contains Product Placement: Effects of Disclosing Sponsored Television Content."
Oct. 7: No Colloquium
Oct. 14: Margaret Rooney, PhD candidate
Oct. 21: Eddie Brumelman, PhD candidate, Universiteit Utrecht
"On feeding those hungry for praise: How does praise affect children with low self-esteem?"
Oct. 28: Dr. Nancy Rhodes, Dr. Jesse Fox, Dr. Brad Bushman, Dr. R. Kelly Garrett
"Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask: A roundtable discussion on research, teaching, and the academic job market."
Nov. 4: No Colloquium-moved to Wednesday, Nov. 13th for Job Talk
Nov. 11: No Colloquium (Veterans' Day)
Nov. 13: Job Talk (Wednesday)
Nov. 18: Job Talk
Nov. 25: Job Talk
Dec. 2: Job Talk