Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Preparing students for professional work in the complex and critically important media world and for informed, thoughtful engagement in their communities and in public life.
Research shows many devices can be distracting, but actively using one to engage with another can boost attention and memory.
Dr. Hyejoon Rim studies how people respond to corporations’ charitable campaigns.
Dr. Christopher Terry talks research on media regulation in our contentious political climate.
Dr. Valerie Belair-Gagnon uses social science to examine how the norms and practices of journalism are changing through emerging technology.
Research from UMN’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication shows how confusing coverage of health news can contribute to poor nutrition.
Recent research highlights why provider-patient communication is so important, especially in rural communities.
Dr. Mark Snyder describes his work as a blend of social psychology and personality study, aimed at understanding “how individuals create their own social worlds” and how individual motivations translate into social action and altruism. The McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair in Psychology at the University of Minnesota…
Rebekah Nagler studies how media coverage of controversial health issues influences health decision making and behaviors, particularly among women.