Faculty Research

Our faculty members are dedicated to serving our students, the University of Kansas and the community.  As part of that dedication, our faculty conduct research projects that not only provide an interesting look at how various media impact our society, their work brings positive, insightful and useful information on everything from the impact of post-traumatic stress syndrome on reporters to how cancer awareness can be better communicated to underserved populations.  

All documents below are in PDF format.

2011 - 2012









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