College hosts 39th annual AEJMC Southeast Colloquium

Published: March 23rd, 2014

Category: Research News


Natalie Stroud, an associate professor at the University of Texas, speaks about her research on how media can affect our political behaviors.

The 39th annual AEJMC Southeast Colloquium was held March 20-22 at the University of Florida’s Emerson Alumni Hall. Of 101 submissions, about 45 were accepted and presented over the weekend. Festivities began Thursday with a Reception at Half Cork’d and ran through a luncheon business meeting on Saturday.

The colloquium included 14 research panels, one teaching panel and one professional freedom and responsibility panel.

Our keynote speaker was Natalia  Stroud, associate professor in the department of communication studies and assistant director of the Annette Strauss Institute of Civic Life at the University of Texas.

UF faculty won four top faculty papers and three UF students received a top student paper award.