The New Jersey Communication Association annual conference, to be hosted on March 28, 2020 by SC&I at Rutgers, is accepting early papers.
SC&I faculty members Lauren Feldman and Vivek Singh have received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for their project, “Fair and Accurate Information Quality Assessment Algorithms.” They will study algorithms that are used to assess the quality of information online and share their findings widely.
Research finds that media trust is heavily influenced by the views of others – and, in the online world, negative voices are more influential
Research at School of Communication and Information
Rutgers School of Communication and Information Alumni
Master of Communication and Media
Brent Ruben and Ralph Gigliotti ’17 coauthor new book, “Leadership, Communication and Social Influence: A Theory of Resonance, Activation, and Cultivation”
In an age of heightened and polarized ideologies and viewpoints from the workplace to national politics, Ruben and Gigliotti encourage readers to engage in critical self-reflection about the dynamics of social influence in our personal and professional lives, and the responsibility we each bear as agents of social influence.
Ruiz, an Information Technology and Informatics major at SC&I, is one of only 1,000 students in the country chosen for this honor. As an Under 30 Scholar, Ruiz will attend the Forbes Under 30 Summit where he plans to network and gain insight into what it takes to run a company.
Montague hopes to promote further collaboration between public librarians and social workers as she observes Rutgers’ first Masters of Social Work (MSW) intern, Sandra Burstyn, at the East Brunswick Public Library. Burstyn was placed there as a result of an existing collaboration between the School of Communication and Information, The School of Social Work, and the East Brunswick Public Library.