Tag: International collaboration

So Long, Professor Abbott

Eric Abbott caught the journalism bug at age 5, when he licked envelope stamps and worked with a dog columnist at a newspaper in Osceola, Iowa, where his father was an editor. Fast forward 60-plus years, and Abbott boasts a plumb-full resume, chock-full of 41 years teaching experience, research trips to dozens of countries, numerous … Continue reading So Long, Professor Abbott

Graduate Students Explore Digital Divide

Western perspectives and Ghanian viewpoints on the impact of the global digital divide spurred conversations during an international online collaboration between Greenlee graduate students in Professor Daniela Dimitrova’s Communication Technology and Social Change course and students at the University of Ghana in Accra. Dimitrova organized the event with her former student Etse Sikanku, a 2008 … Continue reading Graduate Students Explore Digital Divide