Intercultural Communication and Media

THU, MAR 29, 2007 (1:22:49)

Lynn Gregory, a researcher on intercultural communication and education at the University of Vermont, discusses how perceptions affect the media and how the media affect perceptions.

+ BIO: Lynn Gregory

Dr. Gregory has been a member of the Community Development and Applied Economics faculty since 2005 when she joined CDAE to help build the then-new public communication major. Her recent interests have focused on receiver perceptions of communication and message crafting in the areas of health, education, and public relations. Dr. Gregory offers students in most of her courses the opportunities to work on communication strategies and campaigns in the real world by linking them with organizations in the community. She has a breadth of marketing experience both within and outside of the academic settings. Her international experience includes a teaching/research position at the American University of Armenia from 1999-2002 and she currently leads The Intercultural Experience course that goes each spring break to Belize.

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