University's School of Communications will again be well represented
at the Broadcast Educator's Association gathering in Las Vegas in
April. A number of faculty members will appear as presenters or
as moderators or participants in panel presentations.
Don Grady, Shi Ling and Jessica Gisclair have been invited to present
their paper "Building a Foundation for Further Testing: Chinese
University Students' Media and Internet Activity." Their work placed
first in the International Papers category.
is chair of BEA's Research Division, and will be active in a number
of areas during the course of the event. Gerald Gibson, a regular
at BEA gatherings, will serve as a panelist. Anthony Hatcher will
appear at a session covering teaching methods at different-sized
Book and Brooke
Barnett will make a presentation related to the early findings from
their NAB-sponsored research on the early adoption of PCTV.
Ryan Notch won an honorable mention in this year's BEA competition
for his student video "Timescape Sydney."