Khrebtan-Hörhager, J., & Kim, M. (2020). Re-Membering Comfort Women: From on-screen storytelling and rhetoric of materiality to re-thinking history and belonging. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 106(4), 427-452.
Analyzes debates about media and cultural globalization, and theories about international media.
Kim, M., Kwestel, M., Youn, H., Quow, J., & Doerfel, M.L. (2021). Serving the vulnerable while being vulnerable: Organizing resilience in a social service sector. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 00 (0), 1-22,
Nonprofit organizations whose employees were able to utilize their social networks in addition to traditional work-related communication were better prepared to serve vulnerable clients immediately after Hurricane Harvey in 2017, according to a recently published study in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
Jill E. Baron MLIS’12 serves as the Librarian for Romance Languages and Latin American, Latinx, and Caribbean Studies at Dartmouth College. She also co-directed “Change the Subject” (2019), a 54-minute documentary film about a group of Dartmouth students who challenged anti-immigrant language in the Library of Congress subject headings.
Catalfamo discussed how his education and experience as a JMS student at SC&I and a broadcaster at WRSU helped launch his career in sports broadcasting.
The Rutgers-New Brunswick professor launched his book project John Lewis: A Life in Politics, which is to be published by Simon & Schuster, after he traveled to Atlanta in February 2019 for an awe-inspiring meeting to secure the late congressman’s approval.
At a virtual ceremony held on May 13, 2021, SC&I honored and celebrated the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students who earned degrees from SC&I this year.
SC&I faculty and students will present research presentations at the virtual 71st Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference in late May. Mostly asynchronous, the conference will also include pre-recorded sessions released on a schedule and live video chat events.
How Rutgers prepared Vivian Salama SC&I ’00 LC ’00 for her current role as the national security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, and for past jobs with CNN and other organizations.