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Michelle Ferrier publishes book chapter on virtual work

April 11, 2012

Communications associate professor Michelle Ferrier has co-authored a refereed chapter in the book “Virtual Work and Human Interaction Research,” edited by Shawn Long of UNC-Charlotte and published by IGI Global in April 2012.

Michelle Ferrier presents at Duke’s Black Thought 2.0

April 10, 2012

Associate Professor of Communications Michelle Ferrier discussed moving beyond content creation in the development of underrepresented voices online at the Black Thought 2.0 conference on April 6-7 at Duke University. Her thoughts for taking on the digital system are “think tiny.”

Michelle Ferrier receives journalism entrepreneurship fellowship

January 24, 2012

Associate Professor of Communications Michelle Ferrier was selected from an international pool of journalism educators to participate in the inaugural Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute in January 2012 at Arizona State University.

Michelle Ferrier explores history using a 3-D virtual environment

October 10, 2011

How can 3-D environments enhance the storytelling of the African-American experience? Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate professor in the School of Communications, explored this question Friday, Oct. 7 at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History conference in Richmond, Va.