Journalism and Mass Communications Spotlight - July 2016
Associate Professor Nancy Muturi presented in the Health Communication Section and the Participatory Communication Section at the Annual International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) in Leicester, UK this month. Muturi, who has an expensive background in health communication, discussed food choice and adolescence obesity as well as participatory research in health communication. The titles of the presentations and fellow committee members are listed below.
Muturi, N., Kidd, T., Khan,, T., Adhikari, K., Kattelmann, K. Zies, S., & Lindshield, E. "Self-efficacy for Food Choice and Healthy Eating in Preventing Adolescence Obesity." Presented at the Annual International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Health Communication Section, United Kingdom, July 27-August 1, 2016.
Muturi, N., Kidd, T., Kattelmann, K., Adhikari, K., Zies, S., & Lindshield, E. "Participatory Research in Health Communication: Challenges for Measuring Outcomes." Presented at the Annual International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Participatory Communication Section, United Kingdom, July 27-August 1, 2016.
Left to Right: Suzan Zies, Ohio State, Nancy Muturi, K-State and Tazrin Khan, K-State.
Sarah Howe received the Wesley R. Habley NACADA Summer Institute Scholarship and attended the Summer Advising Institute in Norfolk, VA, July 24-July 29, 2016. The institute is a week-long advising workshop where advisors from all over the country develop customized action plans to enhance advising at their institution or department. Mrs. Howe worked to develop a plan to improve the academic advising experience for the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications
Photo: Left to Right: Karen Sullivan-Vance, Sarah Howe, Nancy Roadruck