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  • Graduate Student

Computer-Mediated Communication, Communication Technology, New Media, Media Effects, Online Communities

  • Lecturer
  • Criminology
  • Sociology & Communication

Social Psychology (small groups), Criminology, Sociology of Law, Social Networks, Video Games

  • Professor
  • Interpersonal Health Communication

Interpersonal Communication, Family Communication, Stress and Communication; Biosocial Markers of Stress, Resilience and Thriving; Information Regulation

  • Professor
  • Interpersonal Health Communication

Interpersonal Communication, Uncertainty and Information Management, Nonverbal Communication, Relational Communication, Communities Experiencing Trauma

  • 805-893-4520
  • SSMS 4129
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student

Organizational Communication

  • Graduate Student

Relational and Family Communication, Interpersonal Communication

  • ASCOR
  • University of Amsterdam
  • Professor
  • Psychological and Brain Sciences
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student

Media Effects, Media Neuroscience

  • Graduate Student
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  • Professor & Chair
  • Interpersonal Communication

Deceptive Communication, Credibility Assessment, Deception Detection, Power and Dominance In Interpersonal Interaction, Computer-Mediated Communication, Nonverbal Communication, Observational and Experimental Research Methods

  • 805-893-4860
  • SSMS 4109
  • Business Officer
  • 805-893-4517
  • SSMS 4113
  • Graduate Student

Expertise, Membership Negotiation, Nonprofit Organizations, Organizational Assimilation, Tacit Knowledge

  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student

Educational Communication, Cognitive Processing Disorders, Multitasking, and Mobile Communication

  • Professor
  • Communication & Information Technologies

Communication and Information Technologies; Social Influence Online; Social Media; Information Sharing and Evaluation; Collective Action

Google Scholar profile

  • 805-893-7892
  • SSMS 4311
  • Post-Doctoral Researcher

Political Correctness, Interpersonal Communication, Intergroup Communication, Health Communication, Science Communication, Quantitative Methodologies

  • Financial Assistant
  • 805-893-8468
  • SSMS 4107
  • Professor
  • Organizational Comm. & Technologies

Organizational Communication, Global and Distributed Teams, New Media Affordances, Social Media and Knowledge Sharing, Social Support in Online Communities, New Media and Distraction, Intercultural Communication

Google Scholar Profile

  • 805-893-5430
  • SSMS 4139
  • Distinguished Research Professor
  • Intergroup Communication

Intergenerational Communication, Aging and Communication Cross-Culturally, Successful Aging, Police-Civilian Interactions, Community-Oriented Policing, Intergroup Communication, Communication Accommodation, Ethnolinguistics, Language Attitudes

  • 8059679626
  • SSMS 4123
  • Graduate Student

Intergroup Communication and Conflict, Narrative Identity and Globalization, Communication Theory

  • Assistant Professor

Digital inequality, Digital & social media, Identity, Mobile communication, Policy, Social justice, Social support

  • Graduate Student

Science Communication, Persuasion, Social Influence, Public Opinion, Environmental and Sustainability Communication

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
  • Trondheim
  • Norway

Ingunn Hagen (Ph.D.) is a Professor in Psychology at the Department of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. Her main research interests include topics related to media and communication psychology, such the role of media and ICT in children and young people’s lives.  She has been involved in research projects on internet-related risks (EU Kids Online). Her research also includes such fields as audience reception studies, political communication, consumption of popular culture, children and consumption, and yoga and wellbeing.

  • 4412 Social Sciences & Media Studies Bldg.
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student

Interpersonal and intergroup communication, research emphasis in contect of law enforcement interactions

  • Graduate Student

Interpersonal and Family Communication, Health Communication, Computer Mediated Communication

  • Adjunct Professor
  • Media

Ethics of Media, Media Economics, Media Awards such as The Emmy in Television, Economic Theories to Support Further Funding of Public Television in the United States

  • 4413 Social Sciences & Media Studies Building
  • Peer Advisor
  • 805-893-2493
  • 4005 SS&MS Bldg
  • Graduate Student
  • Peer Advisor
  • 805-893-2493
  • 4005 SS&MS Bldg
  • Graduate Student

Media Neuroscience, Media Processes and Effects, Quantitative Research Methods

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
  • Trondheim
  • Norway

Dan Yngve Jacobsen (Ph.D.) is Associate Professor in the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. He studies student response systems, and learning contexts. 

  • 4412 Social Sciences & Media Studies Bldg.
  • Associate Professor & Grad Director
  • Interpers-Health-Culture

Stress, Coping, and Resilience of Immigrant Youth; Culturally-Grounded Interpersonal Health Communication; Communication about Substance Use with Parents and Friends

  • SSMS 4407
  • Graduate Student

Evolution and human communication, direct and indirect aggression, gender, human mating psychology, health, interpersonal communication, intergroup communication.

  • Graduate Student
  • Assistant Professor
  • Organizational Commnication

group collaboration; collective intelligence; the social and organizational implications of technologies, with particular emphasis on online credibility, computer-supported cooperative work, and crowdsourcing

  • Graduate Student
  • Seinan Gakuin University
  • Japan
  • Professor
  • Technology Management Program
  • Graduate Student
  • Emerita

Health Communication, Media and Children, Persuasion, Research and Design of Digital Games for Learning and Health, Processes of Learning and Behavior Change with Interactive Media

  • Professor
  • Media Effects-Race & Law

Communication and Law, Race, Media Effects, Social Psychology

  • 805-893-5046
  • SSMS 4009
  • Graduate Student

Media Neuroscience, Media Effects, Video Games, Sex and Gender

  • Post Doctoral Researcher
  • Professor & Vice-Chair
  • Media Psychology & Intergroup Comm

Media Psychology; Media Effects on Stereotyping, Identity, & Race/Ethnicity; Intergroup Communication; Content Analysis

  • (805) 893-5550
  • SSMS 4413
  • Lecturer
  • Comm & Info Technologies

Human Information Behavior around Social Media, Social Networks, Information System Design, People as Sources of Data

  • 805-893-4882
  • SSMS 4409
  • Graduate Student

Organizational Communication, Collective Action

  • Graduate Student

Intergroup Communication

  • Associate Professor
  • Interpersonal Communication

Interpersonal Communication, Relational Maintenance, and Conflict Management

  • Professor
  • Comm & Info Technologies

Social Uses and Effects of Communication Technology; Privacy; Credibility of Digital Information 

  • Professor
  • Sociology

Relational (Network) Analysis of Institutional Discourse, University Management of Diversity in Post-affirmative Action Era, Organizational Sociology

  • Graduate Student

Mass Media, Mass Media Effects

  • Continuing Lecturer
  • Media

Media Law and Policy, Media Entertainment, Mass Media and Society

  • 805-893-5007
  • SSMS 4115
  • Continuing Lecturer
  • Media

Communication and Law, Mass Media and Children, Quantitative Research Methods

  • 805-893-2750
  • SSMS 4117
  • Professor
  • Organizational Communication

Organizational Communication, Organizational Socialization/Assimilation, Vocational Anticipatory Socialization, Organizational Identification, Organizational Knowledge, Workplace Relationships, Workplace Emotions, Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)

  • 805-893-3278
  • SSMS 4141
  • Professor
  • Media Effects & Health Communication

Persuasion, Emotion, Mass Media Effects, Health Communication

  • 805-893-4531
  • SSMS 4137
  • Graduate Student

New Media Technology, Persuasion, Media Effects

  • Graduate Student
  • Undergraduate Advisor
  • 805-893-2493
  • SSMS 4005
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate Student

Social Identity and Health, Intergroup Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Language Brokering/Interpreting

  • Professor
  • Media

Media Processes, Media Effects and Literacy, Media Theory and Methods

  • 805-893-5355
  • SSMS 4135
  • Distinguished Research Professor Emerita

Organizational Communication, Negotiation and Conflict Management, Labor Unions, Discourse and Organizations, Gender Studies in Organizations

  • Graduate Student
  • Professor
  • Social & Evolutionary Psychology

Social and Evolutionary Psychology of Communication Within and Between Groups, Research Methods

  • 805-893-7847
  • SSMS 4411
  • Professor
  • Organizational & Environmental & New Media

Communication Networks, Diffusion of Innovations, Environmental Communication, Organizational Communication, Public Communication Campaigns, Social uses and effects of New Media

Google Scholar Profile

  • 805-893-8696
  • SSMS 4127
  • ASCOR
  • University of Amsterdam
  • Professor
  • Technology Management Program
  • Graduate Student

Media Effects, Intergroup Contact, Stereotypes

  • Graduate Student

Public opinion, media communication, statistical modeling, discourse analysis, framing

  • SSMS 4419
  • Girvetz 2328 (Orfalea Center Office)
  • Graduate Student

Media & Race/Ethnicity, Media Effects, Social Movements & Digital Activism, Entertainment Media

  • Professor
  • Organizational Communication

Group Communication, Organizational Communication, Globalization and International Organizations, Networks, Collective Action

  • 805-893-7918
  • SSMS 4121
  • Professor
  • Organizational & Political Communication and Director of the Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies

Globalization,  Organizations, and Political Communication with Special Reference to Terrorism and Human Rights

  • 805-893-7935
  • SSMS 4125
  • Peer Advisor
  • 805-893-2493
  • 4005 SS&MS Bldg
  • Staff Graduate Program Advisor

Graduates (Monday-Thursday, 8am-1pm PST)

  • General Graduate Program Advising - progress plans, requirements, petitions, department-required forms, etc.
  • Liaison for Graduate Division-required forms and reporting
  • Graduate Student hiring administration in collaboration with TA Coordinator (e.g., TA, Associate, Student Assistant, GSR, Summer hires, etc.)
  • Graduate Student Fee remission
  • Graduate Student Funding
  • Administration for Fellowship qualifications and submissions
  • Administration for recruitments, including applicants' general questions, program information, application system management, recruitment weekend organization, etc.
  • Administration for Graduate Annual Review
  • Organize graduate student annual office assignment list
  • Webpages for Graduate Program
  • Ex-officio member of Graduate Committee
  • Works closely with Graduate Program Director

 

  • 805-893-3046
  • SSMS 4111
  • Mark and Susan Bertelsen Presidential Chair in Technology and Society; Director of the Center for Information Technology & Society

Computer-mediated communication, social media, interpersonal, intergroup, organizational, educational relations

  • 805-893-3941
  • 4007 SS&SM Building
  • Professor
  • Media Neuroscience

Media Neuroscience, Research Methods and Statistics

  • Graduate Student

Media Effects and Communication, Gender Representations, Online Communities.

My primary areas of interest revolve around the trans experience, including aging, sexual harassment and assault, media portrayals, personal narratives as community history, and participation in online communities.

  • SSMS 4114
  • Professor Emeritus

Interpersonal and Nonverbal Behavior, University Development, Communicative Competence

  • Graduate Student
  • Peer Advisor
  • 805-893-2493
  • SSMS 4005
  • Graduate Student

Organizational Communication, Collective Actions and Social Movements, Connective Actions, Social Media, New Media

  • Graduate Student

New Media and Technology, Media Psychology, Media Effects, Computer-Mediated Communication, Identity