Research Produced by Journalism Graduate Students
When students enroll in the Journalism PhD and Master’s research and theory programs at the University of Texas at Austin, they join a community of scholars committed to conducting, presenting, and publishing ethical research.
While the research may begin as a classroom assignment or collaboration with faculty or fellow graduate students, the end product is usually a convention paper, journal article, book chapter, or book.
Please browse through the convention papers and publications produced by our PhD and Master’s research and theory students.
School of Journalism Graduate Students and Faculty Present 36 Research Papers at the 2013 AEJMC Annual Conference
Eight Win Top Paper Awards
University of Texas at Austin School of Journalism Ph.D. and Master’s students continue the tradition of presenting research papers at nationally and internationally recognized journalism and mass communication conventions. At the annual AEJMC Conference, scheduled for August 2013, School of Journalism graduate students and faculty will present 36 refereed papers. Nineteen of the papers are co-authored by graduate students, faculty, and/or recent alumni and 17 are single-author papers. Eight are Top Paper Award winners.
Browse through the list of this year's authors and papers under 2013 on the right..