January 25, 2016

Announcements

Become a Member

Help our community grow by joining the Communication Science & Biology Interest Group! If you manage a research lab, we’ll feature your lab on the Member Labs Page.

  • New/Renewing ICA Members: Follow the prompts when joining or renewing your membership at http://www.icahdq.org/ Be sure to select the Communication Science & Biology Interest Group!
  • Current ICA Members: To add the Interest Group, please email Kristine Rosa krosa@icahdq.org and indicate that you wish to add the Communication Science & Biology Interest Group to your membership.

Calls for Papers

ICA 2018

The Communication Science and Biology Interest Group welcomes the submission of full papers, abstracts, extended abstracts, posters, elevator sessions, problem solving sessions and other innovative presentation formats on a broad range of topics crossing the traditional boundaries of interpersonal, organizational, technological, mediated and mass communication and their sub-areas. While the interest group is focused on work grounded in biological perspectives (theoretically or empirically), submissions may or may not include biological data. The most important criteria is that submissions provide a rationale, data, and follow a rigorous scientific approach as outlined in the interest group’s mission. Exclusively theoretical or methodical contributions are also invited, but can only be submitted as full papers.

Download the full call, complete with descriptions of each submission type, here.


Job Calls

Assistant Professor, Game Studies & Interactive Media

The College of Media & Communication at Texas Tech University seeks a visionary scholar and teacher to lead our efforts in developing emerging curriculum, industry connections, and world-leading research in game studies and interactive media. Deadline is April 15, 2018. Learn more and apply here.

Postdoctoral researcher in the ‘Effects of Emotional Political Communication’

You will be working for POLEMIC, a project that analyses the causes and consequences of emotional political communication. The project is highly interdisciplinary combining automated text analyses of politician speeches with individual responses to communication, both at the attitudinal and physiological level. You will be working in a team of 5 people: two PhD candidates (to be hired), Gijs Schumacher (Principal Investigator) and Bert Bakker. Formally, you will work at the Department of Political Science. Deadline, April 30, 2018. Learn more and apply here.

NB: To post your department’s job call, please contact the Digital Media Coordinator, Richard Huskey.