Social Media Archive

Mindy Brummett, University of North Texas Health Science Center – Social Media: The Benefits, Risks, and Accuracy of Information

Social media is an important tool for healthcare workers. Mindy Brummett, assistant professor of physical therapy

Heather Houser, University of Texas at Austin – Infowhelm

Listening to the news can be overwhelming at times. Heather Houser, associate professor of English at

Mark Miller, Hokkaido University – Warping Effects of Social Media

The ills of social media are becoming more apparent by the day. Mark Miller, assistant professor

Ryan Meldrum, Florida International University – Digital Self-Harm

Bullies aren’t the only people causing harm online. Ryan Meldrum, associate professor in the department of

Jeannette Sutton, University at Albany – Public Guide to COVID-19 Retweets

On University at Albany Week: Β Effective messaging is key in total’s digital world. Jeannette Sutton, associate

Heather Houser, University of Texas at Austin – Infowhelm

Listening to the news can be overwhelming at times. Heather Houser, associate professor of English at

Elizabeth Daniels, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs – Do Media and Body Image Create an Early Exit for Middle School Girls?

On University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Week:Β  Does body image create an early exit for middle

Tyler Carrington, Cornell College – Historical Personal Ads and Modern Dating

On Cornell College Week: The history of love is understudied. Tyler Carrington, assistant professor of German

Corey Johnson, University of Waterloo – Geo-Social Dating Apps

Dating practices are being changed again by Geo-social networking applications. Corey Johnson, professor in the department

Lee Farquhar, Butler University – Tolerance on Facebook

On Butler University Week: How diverse is your Facebook feed? Lee Farquhar, associate professor of entertainment