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Department of Communicology

CIS 720 Seminar – A Talk about Communicology: Overview and Research

Please join us at the CIS 720 seminar from 4:30-5:30pm on Monday, 4/12, for our Communicology Research Panel. Professors Amy Hubbard, Jessica Gasiorek, and Min-Sun Kim will talk about Communicology and present an overview of their research foci. As we move towards the new School of Communication & Information, COMG faculty will be joining CIS […]

Richard Canevez

CIS 720 Seminar – A Talk on “Building an Identity between Phases of Intellectual Life: A Neophyte Scholar’s Perspective”

Please join us from 4:30-5:30pm for the CIS 720 seminar on Monday (April 5) for Dr. Richard Carnevez’s talk on “Building an Identity between Phases of Intellectual Life: A Neophyte Scholar’s Perspective.” Dr. Canevez was awarded a prestigious Computing Innovation fellowship from the Computing Community Consortium/NSF (https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2021/03/11/national-computing-fellowship/) Summary For early-stage academics such as myself, building […]

CIS 720 Seminar – A Talk on “A Theoretical Lens for Exploring Social Media Engagement among the Kaho’olawe Community: Combining Community-Based Participatory Research, Actor-Network Theory, and Papakū Makawalu”

Please join us from 4:30-5:30pm for the CIS 720 seminar on Monday, 3/22, for Maggie Pulver’s talk on “A Theoretical Lens for Exploring Social Media Engagement among the Kaho’olawe Community: Combining Community-Based Participatory Research, Actor-Network Theory, and Papakū Makawalu.” Bio: Maggie Pulver is a 4th year doctoral student in the CIS program. Her research interests […]

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