This September, CNM welcomes Associate Professor Benjamin Bates, Barbara Geralds Schoonover Professor of Health Communication in the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication. Dr Bates’ research and teaching is in the public understanding of health and healing. Although first trained as a rhetorical scholar, Dr. Bates appreciates and uses critical, […]
National University of Singapore is placed 9th in the 2014 QS World University Ranking for Communication and Media Studies, ahead of University of Amsterdam and Michigan State University. CNM was in the fourth spot last year.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014, 3pm CNM Meeting room, AS6, #03-33 This talk will cover several areas of research with the common thread being mobile communication. In one way or another, the mobile phone or mobile communication is involved in all the work. That said, the talk will move in several different directions. These range from […]
Wednesday, 10 September 2014, 3pm CNM Meeting Room, AS6, #03-33 In this paper, we present an exploratory field study examining how the visitors’ experience of place can be mediated through technology. For this, we had 20 participants explore a less “touristy” neighborhood in Singapore equipped with a custom mobile application that allowed individuals to create […]
By Cheong Kakit, Satveer Kaur, Derrick Ng and Naomi Tan, CNM Graduate Students Japan is arguably one of the most popular tourist destinations among Singaporeans, and you would be hard pressed to find someone who has something negative to say about their experience there. This July, the four of us were given the opportunity to […]
CNM assistant professor, Dr Jude Yew is among the 24 winners of the Singapore Research Nexus’ inaugural Picture Singapore photography competition. Dr Yew’s entry, Last Tree Standing, was taken on the Pulau Semakau Intertidal Walk. Participants were packing up to return to shore when Dr Yew took the photo at the intertidal flats beyond the […]
Thursday, 4 September 2014; 7.30pm to 9.00pm CNM Meeting Room, #03-33 This talk will demonstrate how diverse datasets, documented with both physical and virtual vouchers and submitted by both professional researchers and amateurs contribute to discovery of bee pollinators and status assessments for these. The speaker will also discuss opportunities and challenges for those collecting […]