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The Three Types of WhatsApp Users Getting Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro Elected

This article was originally published in The Guardian (10/25/18)

By David Nemer, assistant professor of information communication technology

ICT Professor Espinoza-Vasquez to Participate in 2019 Faculty Success Program

Fatima Espinoza-Vasquez, assistant professor of ICT is selected to participate in the 2019 Faculty Success Program. 

Oltmann Publishes New Chapter in Edited Book

Shannon Oltmann, Associate Professor of Library Science publishes new chapter in edited book, "Information Literacy and Libraries in the Age of Fake News." 

UK School of Information Science Drops GRE Requirement

Greenhalgh Published in Tech Trends, an AECT Journal

Dr. Spencer Greenhalgh, assistant professor of information communication technology

UK Professor Partners with Google to Bring Home IAPP SOUPS Privacy Award for Research on Gender and Technology

In August 2018, the paper titled “Privacy is not for me, it’s for those rich women”: Performative Privacy Practices on Mobile Phones by Women in South Asia received the IAPP Privacy Award at the Fourteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2018). 

Greenhalgh Joins Faculty at UK School of Information Science

Spencer Greenhalgh Joins UK SIS Faculty as assistant professor of Information Communication Technology

Newell Announces New Textbook on Surveillance, Privacy and Public Space

Vallade and Kaufmann Published in Communication Education

 

Drs. Vallade and Kaufmann published work on student perceptions of online instructor misbehaviors. 

Oltmann Appointed Editor of the 'Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy'

Shannon Oltmann, associate professor has been appointed editor of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy. 

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