• Read her paper, "Newspaper Coverage of Mars in the United States and the United Kingdom 2011-2016.”
• Read his paper, "Love and courage: Resilience strategies of journalists facing trauma in northern Mexico.”
• Read her paper, co-authored by school Director David Cuillier, “Effects of virtual reality news video on transportation, attitudes, fact-recall and intentions to act.”
• Read his paper, "Influence of Foreign News Programs on the International News Agenda of Rwandan Television and Newspapers.”
CHICAGO — The University of Arizona School of Journalism had a strong contingent at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, with recent master's grads Mikayla Mace, Jenny Hijazi and Steve Choice presenting their research papers.
Faculty members attending Aug. 9-12 included School Director David Cuillier, Linda Lumsden, Carol Schwalbe, Celeste González de Bustamante and Jeannine Relly. Lumsden won the Best Faculty Paper in the History Division.
Mace took first place in the Graduate Student Interest Group for her manuscript, “Newspaper Coverage of Mars in the United States and the United Kingdom 2011-2016.” She presented her paper Aug. 10.