Kerri Johnson and Martie Haselton in the News!!

The research of Professors Martie Haselton and Kerri Johnson was recently featured in two science documentaries:  The Science of Sex Appeal aired on the Discovery Channel and described the biological bases for interpersonal attractions; What's the Problem with Nudity? aired as part of the BBC's Horizon series and described social and biological processes related to the human body. 

Greg Bryant and Martie Haselton in the News!!

Department of Communication Studies faculty members Greg Bryant and Martie Haselton recently had their research on vocal cues of ovulation in women covered by many media outlets including Time magazine, who named their study as one of the top 50 medical stories of 2008. Their research was covered by many newspapers and web publishers nationally and internationally including the Los Angeles Times, The Guardian and The Telegraph in the UK, The Sydney Morning Herald, Science Magazine, Science Daily, and WebMD.

Tim Groeling in the News!!

Tim Groeling, Assistant Professor at UCLA's Department of Communication Studies, comments on the role and impact of celebrities in political campaigns.
 
See ABC segment here 
 

Francis Steen awarded the 2008 Brian P. Copenhaver Award for Innovation in Teaching with Technology

Francis Steen, Assistant Professor in Communication Studies, was awarded one of three Copenhaver Awards for 2008.  The Faculty Committee on Educational Technology notes that Professor Steen and Otto Santa Ana, Associate Professor in Chicano/o Studies "are being honored for their work in the Digital Civic Learning Initiative.

Brett Noble, UCLA '08, Receives AFLSE Scholarship for 2008-09

The Alumni and Friends of the London School of Economics in the United States (AFLSE) is pleased to announce that it has awarded the AFLSE Scholarship for 2008-09 to Brett Noble

Brett Noble, UCLA '08, Receives AFLSE Scholarship for 2008-09

Kerri Johnson in the News!!

Kerri Johnson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at UCLA.  In recent research, she examined how the body's shape and motion provide subtle cues to others sexual orientation, findings that provide a foundation to understand and prevent bias.  The work has been covered by news organizations including NewsWeek Russia, Science Daily, and PhysOrg.

Kerri Johnson in the News!!

Andrew Gumbel in the News!!

Andrew Gumbel is a full-time working journalist who also teaches the Communication Studies summer journalism program at the UC Center in Washington DC, now in its third year. He's worked as a foreign correspondent in Europe, the Middle East and North America for the past 20 years, including stints with Reuters and the British newspapers The Guardian and The Independent. He now writes regularly for such outlets as the Los Angeles Times, the Huffington Post and LA CityBeat, where he is responsible for the award-winning bi-weekly column American Babylon.

Greg Bryant in the news!!

Greg Bryant is an Assistant Professor at UCLA's Department of Communication Studies.  His research, examining intention recognition in infant-direct speech in people from Amazonian Ecuador, was covered by several news organizations, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Times, ScienceNOW, Science Daily, and United Press International. Bryant was quoted in the articles.

Tom Plate in the News!!

Tom Plate, adjunct professor of communication studies and policy studies, is a veteran journalist who has worked at Time, the Los Angeles Times, CBS, The Daily Mail and other news-media institutions. His latest book is "Confessions of an American Media Man." His twice-weekly column on Asia and America appears via syndication in major newspapers from Dubai to Seattle. A recent column, written on Burma/Myanmar while in Singapore, appeared on CNN.COM, the cable news network's webpage.

Keith Fink in the News

Keith Fink is currently teaching at UCLA's Department of Communication Studies. He is a litigator with a diverse practice and a specialty in sexual harassment cases. A recent employment case he is handling has been covered by Dateline, Scarborough County, the L.A.T, NYT, Businessweek NYPost, Ottawa Citizen and scores of other media organizations. This case involves free speech issues which is a subject he teaches at UCLA.  Another high profile case he is handling is against Marilyn Manson and has been covered in the NYPost.

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