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Frank is a doctoral student in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University. His research interests include mobile communication as it relates to social journalism and the diffusion of innovations theory. Frank comes to the PhD program with over 20 years experience as a graphic designer which accounts for his second area of study – semiotic analysis of visual communication. Frank finished the Master of Communication and Information Studies program at Rutgers University in the spring of 2010.
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Lora Appel is completing her Masters in Communication at Rutgers University, and is a research assistant to Prof. Katz, chair of the Department of Communication and Information Studies. She also holds a fellowship with Ethicon, Johnson & Johnson. Lora graduated with an International Bachelor of Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Canada, and furthered her studies earning a postgraduate certificate in Corporate Communication at Seneca College. Lora is interested in pursuing a PhD, and intends to advance her career in communications with a focus on health and computer mediated communication.
Jens Grossklags, PhD
Dr. Grossklags is an Assistant Professor at the College of Information Sciences and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University. He is affiliated with the Security and Risk Analysis program, as well as the Social and Economic Sciences and Human-Computer Interaction research groups. Previously, he served as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Information Technology Policy, and as a Lecturer of Computer Science at Princeton University. In 2009, he completed his doctoral dissertation at UC Berkeley’s School of Information. While at UC Berkeley, he also obtained master’s degrees in Computer Science, and Information Management and Systems.
Charles File is a PhD student in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University, where he holds a Rutgers Presidential Fellowship. He has an MA in Media, Culture, and Communication from NYU, and a BA summa cum laude in Media and Cultural Studies from Cornell University.
Sheena Raja is currently a second year doctoral student of Media Studies at Rutgers University. Her research interests include understanding the role of new media in citizenship and democratization. She has her masters degree in South Asian Studies from Columbia University and an undergraduate degree in Finance from Rutgers University. Prior to turning to scholarly research, she spent 2 years as a manager of marketing at MTV Networks — an experience that became a strong catalyst for studying the intersection of media and culture.
Jessica Crowell is a doctoral student and teaching assistant in the
School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University. Her
interests include communication access in marginalized communities,
fringe cultures, and the intersections of media and power. She holds
a MA in Communication from Fordham University and a BA in English from George Washington University. She has previously served as a Research Assistant at the Donald McGannon Communication Research Center and the Social Science Research Council.