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The associate professor of communications discussed the November presidential election returns and showed how the use of data, technology and journalism collided in data visualization and storytelling that changed how the electorate engaged with politics.
The associate professor in communications presented April 6-7 at both the National Conference on Media Reform in Denver and the Broadcast Education Association conference in Las Vegas.
Michelle Ferrier, associate professor of communcations, moderated conversations on the evolving media ecosystem and how a new journalism may emerge from media innovations and new practices.
Named by Time as one of “The 100 Most Influential People in the World,” UMBC President Freeman Hrabowksi shared reflections on college, race & the liberal arts.