Aravind Sesagiri Raamkumar is an information scientist who works across different functional domains. His research interests include conversational artificial intelligence, recommender systems, text mining, information retrieval, health informatics, social network analysis, scholarly metrics, deep learning, data mining, scholarly communication, social media and linked data.
Dr. Vijaykumar is a global health and risk communication scientist whose recent work focuses on online misinformation and conflicting information. His interdisciplinary research involving traditional quantitative methods and big data approaches spans the US, UK, India, Guatemala, Brazil, Uganda and the ASEAN region. He is a UK Digital Economy Ambassador.
Toni L. Robinson, from Jackson, Mississippi, holds a B.A. in Communication and an M.S. in Mass Communication. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Strategic Communication degree at Regent University. Top Student Papers: March 9, 2:30-3:30 PM To vaccinate or not to vaccinate, that is the question: Peace journalism praxis in the frame of crisis […]
Mohammad Jasim Uddin is a master’s student in the Department of Communication at Missouri State University. His research interests include crisis communication, health communication and intercultural communication. Before he started his graduate studies, he was a professional news reporter in Bangladesh. Top Student Papers: March 9, 2:30-3:30 PM Rise of “my body, my choice” slogan […]
Dr. Henry Seeger is a postdoctoral fellow with Purdue University’s Center for the Environment. He has focused his research on the role of public communication in managing issues, risks, and crises within our food and water systems. His current work examines barriers to adoption of carbon farming technologies. Breakout Session 6: March 9, 1:00-2:15 PM […]
Stephanie Ritter is a PhD candidate at Carleton University studying the interplay between health news and policymaking in framing vaping as a public health risk. Stephanie is the inaugural recipient of the John Rainford Award in Health and Risk Communication (2021-2022). Top Student Papers: March 9, 2:30-3:30 PM Risky Business: Canada’s Regulatory Response to Vaping
Dr. Terry L. Renter, Professor, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in public relations, journalism, communication pedagogy, advertising, health communication, and sport communication at Bowling Green State University. Her research in college student health has led to over 20 state and federal grants totaling $1.6 million. Other research interests include international health campaigns, public relations pedagogy, […]
Ream Al-Ghamdi is a Ph.D. candidate in the Digital Humanities track. Her research interests are in social media, especially online privacy on social network sites. She holds a master’s degree from Saudi Arabia (KSA) in media and communication and a bachelor’s degree in library and information systems. She is a lecturer in the Media department […]
Kyu Ha Choi is an Assistant Professor in the Business and Hospitality Department at Paul Smith’s College, USA. His main areas include sport event management, event organization, and development of sports. Breakout Session 1: March 8, 10:45 AM-Noon Does Environmental risk affect potential tourists’ information seeking and visit intention to a host country?:The case of […]
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