Posts filed under: Research

Scholars as Social Connectors: Bridging theory & practice in PR classes

When it comes to the classroom, professors have to be open to both the theoretical foundation of research as well as the application and strategic implementation of these findings for their students. Many times, professors either focus on just one […]

Presenting at #aps2013dc: Great research, networking, and scholarly community!

APS (or other wise known as the Association for Psychological Science) Conference has been one of my favorite ones to attend and present at. I presented a research study looking at crisis messages in a food safety and athlete crisis […]

Got Book Chapter?!: Co-authored chapter on social media & mobile in crises published

Got book chapter? Well, I do. I had a nice surprise when I came back from my trip to DC this past weekend for the APS Conference. I just found out I had one of my book chapters published! It […]

How professors can use social media to engage, build relationships, and promote their research to communities

It was exciting to see my email this morning when I was notified I was featured as a researcher who does social media well to promote their research via social media.  The email came from Elsevier, and I had several […]

The power of understanding and applying social media data: Determining the best platform / dashboard / service to use

One of the things we see in social media practices are emerging tools and resources that can be helpful for both practitioners and researchers alike.  While there are many tools out there to accomplish certain things, professionals and researchers are […]