Larissa Carneiro Presented at Inspiring Extremism-Creating Trust: The Conflict of Powers of Religious Rhetoric

This past week, Larissa Carneiro, fourth-year PhD candidate in CRDM, presented at the international conference on religious rhetoric: Inspiring Extremism-Creating Trust: The Conflict of Powers of Religious Rhetoric. The conference was in Hanover, Germany, and attendees were coming from numerous countries. Larissa's paper was titled: "The Material Network of Creationism, or, How to turn the Bible …

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J.J.’s New Publication

Controversies in Digital Ethics was published on February 25th, 2016 and features the chapter "Little Brother: How Big Data Necessitates an Ethical Shift from Privacy to Power," written by third-year CRDM candidate J.J. Sylvia IV. In this chapter, J.J. examines the problems with attempting to understand and legislate big data through the ethical framework of privacy. …

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Meridith Reed presented at the Carolina Writing Program Administrators Meeting in the Middle Conference

On February 12, Meridith Reed, a second-year student,  presented at the Carolina Writing Program Administrators Meeting in the Middle Conference. Her presentation, "Lowering the Cap to Raise the Bar – The Sequel: An Assessment of Smaller Class Size in NCSU’s First Year Writing Program," reported on the research that she and Dr. Dana Gierdowski are …

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Dr. Jordan Frith Received the CRDM 1st Alumni Distinguished Award

Jordan is an Assistant Professor of Technical Communication at the University of North Texas and graduated from the CRDM program in the fall of 2012. He is author of two books, and his newest book--Smartphones as Locative Media--was published as part of the Digital Media & Society series. He has also authored over 15 journal articles, …

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