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Articles by Sarah Freeman
|May. 15 2017||
When Pat Thomas read the online posting for the newly created Knight Chair at the University of Georgia, she felt that all her life experiences had prepared her for this job.
|Feb. 8 2016|
|Jan. 25 2016||
Many people in today's culture are familiar with social media and use various platforms to network with one another. Few people, however, really understand the complexity of social media networks like Itai Himelboim.
|Dec. 7 2015||
First-time expectant mothers who do not plan to follow the recommended childhood immunization schedule differ in a number of ways from mothers who do, according to a recent study led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and UGA.
|Oct. 26 2015||
For Valerie Boyd, the study of Alice Walker is a highly intimate, unique and immersive experience.
|Oct. 12 2015||
Educating students who have gone on to great success in sports media is nothing new for UGA's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. What's different today is that there is a formal Grady Sports Media certificate program beginning its second official year of classes, offering experiential learning opportunities and teaching the skills needed to enter this competitive market.
|Aug. 24 2015||
Convincing someone to receive the annual flu vaccine goes beyond messaging and well-written public service announcements, new UGA research finds. The study, led by Glen Nowak, outlines both the barriers and facilitators that motivate people in their flu vaccine decisions.
|Mar. 3 2014||
UGA is the first institution in the Southeastern Conference to offer an undergraduate certificate in sports media, following University Council approval on Feb. 19.
|Feb. 17 2014||
William E. Lee, a professor in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, recently published “Books, Video Games, and Foul-Mouthed Hollywood Glitteratae: The Supreme Court and the Technology-Neutral Interpretation of the First Amendment” in the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, a leading law and technology journal. In this interview with Columns, Lee discusses recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings concerning communication technologies.
|Feb. 3 2014||
A tribute for the late film critic Roger Ebert will be held Feb. 6-9 at the Tate Student Center Theatre.
|Oct. 28 2013||
Nate Kohn, a telecommunications professor in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication and associate director of the Peabody Awards, was presented an Emmy by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' Mid-America chapter. The ceremony took place in St. Louis on Oct. 5.