This May, MESA graduate students and faculty will be presenting their research at the 72nd Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference in Paris, France.
Two of the School of Media and Strategic Communications professors, Asya Cooley, Ph.D. and Skye Cooley, Ph.D., are publishing their book “The Future of Global Competition” this November.
Lauren Schatz’s graduate student journey spanned far beyond the brick and mortar walls of the Oklahoma State University campus. Her master’s degree from OSU’s School of Media & Strategic Communication took her from Stillwater to Spain and then on to a flourishing career.
The Fall 2021 semester proved to be just as challenging as recent semesters throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. All the while, professors and students used this previous semester as an opportunity to expand their knowledge and research skills through the U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Internship class.
Oklahoma State University’s School of Media and Strategic Communications has welcomed two professors to the Paul Miller Journalism building. Benetta Liu, Ph.D. and Juwon Hwang, Ph.D. are both elated to join the faculty at OSU’s SMSC.
Students who are interested in the 4+1 Graduate Program are invited to attend a Virtual Information Session March 30 at 5 P.M. via Zoom. Join Zoom Meeting at https://zoom.us/j/92701308342.
The MESA Group has received a research grant to investigate the different impacts of COVID-19 on overlooked migrant populations as well as the minimal research on vaccine confidence in those populations. “We proposed a novel interdisciplinary mixed-method design to identify, model, analyze, design and validate narratives of vaccine confidence,” said Dr. Asya Cooley.
The transition from graduate studies to a career path can be difficult. Oklahoma State University’s School of Media and Strategic Communications equips each graduate student with the tools to take on their career, even during a pandemic.
Graduate students at Oklahoma State University’s School of Media and Strategic Communication are not only involved in meaningful research alongside faculty, but they are also discovering new ways to merge their life’s passions with their academic studies. Graduate Diana Haslett had the opportunity to do just that during her time as a student.