Michael Suman in the News

From the news blog: Study by the MITRE Corporation finds that men and women communicate differently online — its computers correctly guess gender 75 percent of the time. This confirms beliefs that Internet communication is an extension of face-to-face communication differences between men and women, says UCLA Communication Studies professor Michael Suman.

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Jim Newton interviewed and featured at the LA Times

Jim Newton, a UCLA Senior Fellow and one of our lecturers in Communication Studies, was interviewed several times about the 2010 election (the interview was also featured at the LA Times website:http://opinion.latimes.com/opinionla/2010/10...

CS Alum in the News

The UCLA newsroom has a really nice profile of Nick Matthews, captain of the debate team.

http://newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/headline-here-218270

Barry Sanders' new book featured on the UCLA Newsroom

Barry Sanders' new book is being featured today on the UCLA Newsroom. The page includes an interesting 9-minute interview with Barry on foreign views of the U.S.

http://newsroom.ucla.edu/stories/barry-sanders-book-video-217428

Barry Sanders writes featured article

Barry Sanders has written the Feature Article ("Sport as Public Diplomacy") for the Center for Public Diplomacy's PDiN (Public Diplomacy in the News) Monitor.
NEW: PDiN Monitor, July/August 2011 Issue | USC Center on Public Diplomacy | CPD

Francis Steen Receives Transdisciplinary Grant

Francis Steen is the Principal Investigator on the "Neuroscience of Role-Mediated Learning," with Marco Iacoboni (Brain Mapping Center) and Noel Enyedy (Department of Education), which has just received at $25k Transdisciplinary Seed Grant. Steen is also an Investigator on a second funded project ("Developing a Web 3.0 Social Media Research Laboratory") headed by Todd Presner, with University Librarian Gary Strong and Song-Chun Zhu of the Department of Statistics.

Tim Groeling is Awarded a Fellowship

Tim Groeling has been named the 2011-12 Kenneth L. Sokoloff Fellow by the Center for American Politics and Public Policy for his project, "The Longest War Story:Elite Rhetoric, Public Opinion, and the War in Afghanistan." See http://www.cappp.ucla.edu/main_facultyfellowships.asp for more info.  

CS Professor Tim Groeling Named Kenneth L. Sokoloff Fellow

Tim Groeling has been named the 2011-12 Kenneth L. Sokoloff Fellow by the Center for American Politics and Public Policy for his project, "The Longest War Story:Elite Rhetoric, Public Opinion, and the War in Afghanistan." Seehttp://www.cappp.ucla.edu/main_facultyfellowships.asp for more info.

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