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Society, Technology, Communication and Culture

Fosters ethical, servant leaders for diverse local, regional, and global communities.

Research in the thematic area of Society, Technology, and Communication fosters ethical, servant leaders for diverse local, regional, and global communities. This is enabled by formal and informal systems education, public and international safety, savvy diplomacy and international relations, technology as a tool and a means to liberation, and communication in all forms, especially digital communication.

The College of Education and Human Services, the School of Diplomacy, and the College of Communication and the Arts collaborate in research in these areas.

Faculty Experts

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R. Joseph Huddleston
Assistant Professor
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Matthew Pressman
Matthew Pressman
Assistant Professor of Journalism
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Zheng Wang
Professor; Director, Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS)
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Matthew Pressman, Ph.D.

Harvard`s NiemanLab Features Journalism Professor

Matthew Pressman, Ph.D. has been selected among an international Who’s Who of journalism and media influencers for his 2022 predictions around journalism grappling with a social class problem.

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