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Geoffrey Graybeal (Texas Tech University) presents the First Place Faculty Paper Award to Lee Becker, Ann Hollifield, and Tudor Vlad (University of Georgia), for their paper, “The Labor Market for University Journalism and Mass Communication Graduates: The Role of Media Industries.” #AEJMC16
Geoffrey Graybeal (Texas Tech University) presents the Second Place Student Paper Award to Dhiman Chattopadhyay (Bowling Green State University), for his paper, “Why do Journalists Resist Change?” #AEJMC16
Geoffrey Graybeal (Texas Tech University) presents the First Place Student Paper Award to Dam Hee Kim and Meera Desai (University of Michigan), for their paper, “Why are News Media on Social Media? Explaining News Engagement on Tumblr and Digital Traffic to News Websites.” #AEJMC16
Amy Jo Coffey (University of Florida) presents the 2016 Barry Sherman Teaching Award to Sabine Baumann (Jade University). #AEJMC16
Charlene Simmons from The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, and Amy Jo Coffey from the University of Florida, host the 2014-2015 MMEE members meeting.
Joseph Yoo from The University of Texas at Austin receives his top student paper award from Axel Roepnack, Research Chair for the 2014-2015 paper competition.
Angela Powers from Kansas State University receives the Barry Sherman Teaching Award from past head of the MMEE division, Bozena Mierzejewska.
MMEE panelists discuss media entrepreneurship research trends and challenges. Panelists from left to right include: Ben Compaine, Northeastern University; Robert Picard, University of Oxford; Geoffrey Graybeal, Texas Tech University; and Anne Hoag, Pennsylvania State University.
MMEE panelists discuss second screen trends and challenges. Panelists photographed from left to right include: Jason Zenor, SUNY Oswego; J. Richard Stevens, University of Colorado, Boulder; and Tim Hasenpusch, Jade University. This session was moderated by Kelly Kaufhold from Texas State University (far right).
Jason Zenor from SUNY Oswego discusses millennials’ perspectives on second screen adoption.
Tim Hasenpusch from Jade University explains multi-platform business models during an MMEE PF&R panel session on second screen trends and challenges.
Sylvia Chan-Olmsted from the University of Florida, chats with former Gators: Ronen Shay, St. John Fisher College, and Miao Guo, Ball State University.
Welcome to Googleplex! The MMEE division visited the global headquarters for Google on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, as part of a pre-conference session for AEJMC 2015.
Google bikes were a common sight during our visit to Googleplex. Employees are provided access to these Google branded cycles for traveling across the enormous campus.
Google’s campus was full of many passionate Googlers from many different areas of expertise.
Googleplex receives so many visits from local residents and tourists, they opened a visitor center on campus.
The Google “energypod” ensures a rested employee is a productive employee.
Another Google bike from our trip to the visitor center. This one is still in beta testing.
The famous Google Maps “street-view” car.
The area outside of Google’s cafeteria is reminiscent of a university campus quad.
Just one of the many Android themed sculptures found on campus.
Google’s global headquarters is in Mountain View, California.