RU SURE, a campaign to eliminate dangerous drinking on campus, run by students in Professor Lea Stewart’s Advanced Health Communication class, won first place at the Rutgers Homecoming Bed Races, and helped spread RU SURE’s message designed to correct Rutgers students' misperceptions about dangerous drinking.
SC&I Students and faculty will converge in Baltimore from Nov. 14-17 to present and discuss their research and findings in the field of communication.
NJ Spark, a social justice journalism lab that enables students to report on local underserved communities, has received additional funding from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation.
Naomi Klein Addresses Technology and Self-Branding Through her Undergraduate Class, The Corporate Self
Through her undergraduate course “The Corporate Self,” Klein, the inaugural Gloria Steinem Chair in Media, Culture, and Feminist Studies, shows how technology is leading us to advertise and monetize ourselves, and the new ways we can think about and overcome these powerful forces.
The New Community Design for Health and Wellness Interdisciplinary Research Group Funds 14 Innovative Projects at Rutgers
SC&I’s Mark Aakhus and Sarah Allred of the Walter Rand Institute at Rutgers Camden, CDHW-IRG’s co-PIs, have awarded 14 seed grants to Rutgers researchers who are designing innovative solutions to help communities achieve improved health and wellness outcomes for their residents.
The New Jersey Communication Association annual conference, to be hosted on March 28, 2020 by SC&I at Rutgers, is accepting early papers.