August 2022 - News Articles

Over Exposed Self-Correction Helps Speakers Manage their Self Image as “Good Citizens”

New Rutgers research has found when politicians, newscasters, public speakers, or people engaged in private conversations make a mistake, they will use a communicative process known as over-exposed self-correction to manage errors that may be (mis)construed as revealing their problematic or amoral attitudes or egregious lapses in competence.

The MCM Helped Prepare Roy Woods Jr. MCM'21 for a Leadership Role

Roy Woods Jr. MCM'21 recently accepted a new position as the Director of Communications at Springpoint, one of the Mid-Atlantic's largest nonprofit providers of residential and home-based services and programs for seniors. He credits the Master of Communication and Media program for preparing him to be in a leadership position and providing an excellent platform for developing his communications skills.