Scholars at the School of Communication and Information take an interdisciplinary approach to research that spans the fields of information science, library studies, communication, journalism and media studies.
Lane's book is the first to capture the lives of the same people and events as they move between the streets and social media, as well as the first book to show how the digital life of a neighborhood impacts black teenagers.
The book will cover the entire story, from the moment the boys and their coach decided to enter the cave until the last boy left the hospital and the team spoke to the world.
Associate Professor Regina Marchi's new book, titled "Young People and the Future of News: Social Media and the Rise of Connective Journalism," co-authored with Lynn Schofield Clark, has won the AoIR's top book award for 2018.
“These findings suggest that an increasing number of individuals in the state are educated about the risks and causes of opioid addiction,” said Itzhak Yanovitzky, associate professor at Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information and the co-lead of the study.
Ph.D. grad Rannie Teodoro ’16 discusses her current career at Facebook as a Research Manager on the User Experience Research Team, and how faculty members at the School of Communication and Information (SC&I) helped her achieve her goals.
Many New Jerseyans Prescribed Opioids Do Not Recall Doctor Explaining Dangers, Risks or Alternatives Treatments
Associate Professor of Communication and co-lead of the study Izhak Yanovitzky said, “We must do a better job educating both doctors and patients about the importance of having these conversations and what exactly should be discussed.”
Rutgers and Columbia Study Analyzes the Increase in Technical-Skill-Based Jobs in the NYC Media Industry
Research by Associate Professor Matthew Weber and alumna Allie Kosterich, Ph.D. '17, show that data, analytic and platform-based jobs have increased significantly in newspaper and online media companies in New York City due to the digital and technological evolution.
SC&I faculty and Student Research Presentations are well represented at the 68th Annual ICA Conference in Prague, Czech Republic in late May. Please see the ICA program schedule for complete details. The Department of Communication and Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Rutgers University, will also be hosting a reception on Friday, May 25 from 8 -9:30 p.m. at the Hilton Prague, Chez Louis Salon, Mezzaine Level. All are invited to attend.
The scholarly incubator, titled "Teaching and Learning," demonstrated and expanded SC&I's commitment to student learning, success and health.
Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science Sunyoung Kim to use funding from the New Jersey Health Foundation to explore the capabilities of a smart speaker to enhance social engagement among older adults.