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 Present 43 Research Papers at National and International Conventions in 2010
University of Texas at Austin School of Journalism Ph.D. and master’s students continue the trend of presenting research papers at AEJMC, ICA, and other conventions around the country and the world. At the annual AEJMC Convention which begins in Denver, Colorado, August 4, UT Journalism graduate students will present 21 refereed papers. Fifteen of the papers are single authored and eight of the single-authored papers will be presented by students who have just completed their first year of graduate school. Kelly Kaufhold, who will soon enter PH.D. candidacy, won the Top Student Paper Award in the Media Economics Division for his paper titled Not for Profit or Not for Long--Is Nonprofit Journalism Sustainable?