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40th Annual CCI Research Symposium - February 14, 2018

40th Annual Research Symposium

We LOVE Research

Date/Location:

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Patrick Auditorium 321 Communications Building

Scripps Convergence Lab 4th Floor Communications Building

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 

2017 CCI symposium

40th ANNUAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

8:30-10:00 – Symposium Registration

9:00-10:00 – Poster Presentations (see below for presentation titles and authors)

10:00-11:00 – Session 1 Keynote Speaker Dr. Robert Heath

11:15-12:05 – Session 2 Presentations

  1. Jamie Osborn (Physiological Measures of Politeness Theory: HPA Activity)
  2. Dr. Mariea Hoy and Dr. Courtney Childers (Unboxing Parents’ Understanding of Sponsored Child Influencer Videos)
  3. Dr. Wade Bishop (How FAIR are data and who cares?)

12:00-1:20 – Lunch in Scripps Convergence Theater

1:25-2:20 – Session 3 Presentations

  1. Joseph Winberry (Managing Innovations in Libraries: A Work in Progress)
  2. Dr. Sally McMillan (Spending, Spinning, and Polling vs. Posting Positively and Often: How the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign Changed the Rules) Coauthors: Courtney C. Childers, Stuart N. Brotman, Jinhee Lee, Jian Huang, and Natalie Bogda
  3. Dr. Sally McMillan (Family Socioeconomic Diversity: Using a Research and Writing Exercise to Expand Student Understanding of Diversity)
  4. Dr. Mark Harmon (Our Conflicted Views about Celebrities and Politics)
  5. Dr. Mark Harmon (A War of Words: British Worker v. British Gazette during the 1926 UK General Strike)

2:25-3:15 – Session 4 Presentations

  1. Emily Caylor (Family Communication Patterns and Advice Response Theory: How Emerging Adults View Parental Advice on Money)
  2. Ying Xiong (Fantasy Theme Criticism in the Rhetoric of Bike Sharing:  A Comparison Study of the US and China)
  3. Kevin Mallary (Providing Equal Access to Information in Academic & Research Libraries: Works in Progress)
  4. Macy Halladay (Building Health Information Networks Using Facebook: A Pilot Study with New Mothers in Rural Appalachia)
  5. Danielle Pollock, Michelle Parker, and Dr. Suzie Allard (Studying the Role of Data in New and Emerging Convergence Research Communities)

3:20-4:00 – Session 5 Presentations

  1. Dr. Stuart Brotman (Silicon Valley’s Missing History: How U.S. Antitrust Law Enforcement Helped Foster the Computer Industry’s Early Development and Growth)
  2. Regina Beach-Bertin (Acknowledgments in STEM Dissertations at the University of Tennessee:  A Pilot Study)
  3. Brandon Boatwright (“It’s funny to hear females talk about routes”: Stakeholder responses to Cam Newton’s image restoration strategies as counterhegemonic discourse)
  4. Jason Stamm (Tweets heard 'round the world: How international news agencies covered the 2016 U.S. presidential election through Twitter)

4:00-4:30 – Awards Ceremony and Closing Remarks by Dr. Suzie Allard

 

Poster Presentations:

Title: A Prologue to Planning: Assessing Use of an Academic Library Graduate Student Study Room

            Authors: Brianne Dosch, Jordan Kaufman, Alexa Carter, Kristina Clement, Lauren Johnson, Sian Carr

Title: Library Space: The Final Frontier or the Next Generation? Assessing Active Learning Space in the Academic Library

Authors: Kristina Clement, Sian Carr, Lauren Johnson, Alexa Carter, Brianne Dosch, Jordan Kaufman, Dr. Rachel Fleming-May, Dr. Regina Mays, Dr. Teresa Walker

Title: Assessment of Rural Library Professionals’ Role in Community Engagement in the Southern and Central Appalachian Region: Mobilization from Change Agents to Community Anchors

            Authors: Dr. Bharat Mehra, Dr. Vandana Singh, Everette Scott Sikes

Title: #SaveSunderbans/#SayNoToRampal: A Case Study of “Hashtag” Activism in South Asia

            Authors: Umana Anjalin, Dr. Sally McMillan

Title: Caring Theory and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

            Author: Victoria Sudakova

Title: Information Seeking Behavior of Water Recreationalists

           

For more information about the event  please contact Jesse Cragwall at jcragwal@utk.edu or 865.974.7909.