2011 Fall News
Lamb School will host reception at NCA on Nov. 18th in New Orleans.
The Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue will host a reception for alumni and friends at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Friday, Nov 18th , 2011 from 9-11pm in the Riverview Room of the Marriott New Orleans at 555 Canal St. See you there!
ICA 2012 Preconference (co-sponsored): The Fifth Global Communication Forum on New Media and Internet Communication and Communities in China - Phoenix, USA - 23 May 2012 (Wed).
To read the full Inital Call for Papers (extended deadline) click here.
The Lamb School is seeking 3 new faculty in Communication - NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS POSTING CLOSED DEC 2011
The Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue University is seeking a new faculty member in Interpersonal/Health Communication and invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor whose research and teaching center on intersections between interpersonal and health communication, to begin in August 2012. To view the full posting click here. In addition to this position The Lamb School is also conducting a search for two more faculty positions in the Public Relations area, and invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor and tenure-track assistant/associate professor whose research and teaching center on Public Relations, to begin in August 2012. To view the full posting click here.
Patrice M. Buzzanell is Co-PI on a new multi-institutional National Science Foundation (NSF) TUES grant of $600,000, entitled " Collaborative Research: Assessing Individual Ethical Reasoning and Team Ethical Climate: Understanding their Relationship in Undergraduate Design Teams." Other Purdue folks are… Carla Zoltowski (EPICS), William Oakes (EPICS/ENE), Patrice Buzzanell (Comm), Craig Titus (Phil) and William McBride (Phil).
"It's Not Just Politics, It's Our Future" Presidential Election 2012 & Washington DC Maymester Reunion & Callout.
This is the first in a series of forums to get Purdue students connected where it counts! Don't let 2012 -- or your future -- pass you by! Come to the Maymester Student Reunion and Callout, with Brian Lamb, Founder and CEO of C-SPAN. Hear about the experience and the possibilities! Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brian Lamb School of Communication is pleased to announce our Fall 2012 colloquia, "Innovation, Networks and Media". This lecture series is supported by the College of Liberal Arts (Experience Liberal Arts!), the Brian Lamb School of Communication, and an E2020 Innovation through Design grant. Our colloquia series includes four speakers, including Marc Smith, co-founder of the Social Media Research Foundation, Paul Leonardi, Breed Junior Professor of Design at Northwestern University, Michael Silver, Director of the Knight News Innovation Lab at Northwestern University’s Medill School and McCormick School of Engineering, and John Feland from Stanford University and CEO of Argus Insights. Additional information about each speaker will be distributed each month.
1. Marc Smith, co-founder of the Social Media Research Foundation
- Thursday, September 22, 3:00-4:15, GRIS 180
- “Charting Collections of Connections in Social Media: Creating Maps and Measures with NodeXL”
2. Paul Leonardi, Breed Junior Professor of Design at Northwestern University
- Monday, October 3, 3:30-5:00, LWSN 1142
- “Sharing the Work of Brokerage: Network Articulation for Idea Generation and Implementation”
3. Michael Silver , more details TBA
- October TBA
4. John Feland, Stanford University and CEO of Argus Insights
- Thursday November 10, 3:00-4:30
- “Leading Innovation and Design: Movements, Startups, and War Stories”
Gov. Mitch Daniels will be interviewed by C-SPAN founder and Purdue alumnus Brian Lamb during a free event on Sept. 29. The interview is part of celebration for the naming of the university's Brian Lamb School of Communication. "C-SPAN's Brian Lamb Interviews Gov. Mitch Daniels" is 2:30-3:15 p.m. in Stewart Center's Fowler Hall. Lamb will interview Daniels and students will have the opportunity to ask questions of both guests.
For details see: http://www.jconline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2011109020334
OU honors Brian Lamb with Gaylord Prize for Excellence in Journalism. The Gaylord prize is awarded annually to a journalism and mass communication professional who is “well-known for a lengthy and distinguished career symbolized by high standards of excellence and immeasurable talent.” Brian will be honored Nov. 8th in Oklahoma City. See: http://www.ou.edu/content/gaylord/home/main/about_gaylord_college/gaylord_prize-main.html.