Paper by Associate Professor Darling-Wolf earns award

Associate Professor Fabienne Darling-Wolf, JOUR, received the Top Faculty Paper Award from the Global Communication and Social Change division at the International Communication Association’s annual conference in Boston in May.

The paper was titled, “Disjuncture and difference from the …

Professor Fernback earns Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching

Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media Professor Jan Fernback’s class sessions might best be described as journeys of interactive discovery.

Students in her “Law and Ethics of Digital Media” course, for example, have robust discussions on issues ranging from file sharing, …


Proposed budget would mean dramatic cuts for Temple

Saying that “the day of reckoning has come,” Gov. Tom Corbett on March 8 presented a sobering budget proposal that will have a dramatic effect on Temple University and the other state-related universities if approved by the Pennsylvania General Assembly.…


February graduation speakers announced

The School of Communications and Theater has announced the speakers for its Feb. 4 graduation ceremony to be held in Lew Klein Hall at the Temple Performing Arts Center (formerly the Baptist Temple).

In celebration of the graduation venue, the …


Verizon Chair, MMC student co-author chapter on deliberative democracy

A book chapter co-authored by Jarice Hanson, SCT’s Verizon Chair in Telecommunications, and Alina Hogea, MMC, titled “The Internet as The Public Sphere: Deliberative Democracy and Civic Engagement,” will appear in E-Governance and Civic Engagement: Factors and Determinants of E-Democracy


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