Assistant Professor Darin Gully from the Department of Communication Studies will present two scholarly papers in Kansas City, Missouri, in April. One of the papers will be featured as a top paper in political communication; the paper focuses on the political storytelling system, explaining the citizens' use of political information sources.
In addition, Dr. Gully will present a scholarly paper for a panel on online political protest. It is titled, "'Take your seat, Clint Eastwood: Empty chairs, online protest, and the visual rhetoric of 'Eastwooding.'"
Congratulations to Dr. Gully, Communication Studies newest faculty member.