2011-2012 Fellows

2011-2012 Fellows

On behalf of Villanova University, Fielding Graduate University, and the CMM Institute for Personal and Social Evolution we want to congratulate the first five CMM Institute Fellows for 2011-2012.

The Fellows are:

  • Romi Goldsmith Boucher – Collaboration: A Constitutive Accomplishment. Fielding Graduate University, PhD student.
  • John Carr – Opportunities and Obstacles to Transforming Planning Communication Through the Creation of Digital Visualization Tools. Professor, Geography, University of New Mexico.
  • Susan Jacobson – Understanding How the American Political Drama Unfolds on the Social Web May Help Reconstruct our National Political Dialogue. Assistant Professor of Journalism, Temple University.
  • Jeff Leinaweaver – The Game of Gaialogue: Games for Developing Evolved Communication Skills. Consultant, Global Sustainability.
  • Charles E. Morris III – Archival Queers: Anti-Bullying and the Rhetorical Futures of GLBT Pasts. Associate Professor, Communication, Boston College.

On April 15 and 16, 2012 the Hearts and Minds International Film Festival, hosted by Villanova University, recognized these projects and the 2011-2012 Fellows’ induction. The film festival celebrated social justice oriented documentary films by students and professionals from around the world.

We proudly share the final presentations and papers from the first CMM Institute Fellows for 2011-2012:

  • John Carr – Opportunities and Obstacles to Transforming Planning Communication Through the Creation of Digital Visualization Tools. Professor, Geography, University of New Mexico.
    Click here to see the final paper.
     
  • Susan Jacobson – Understanding How the American Political Drama Unfolds on the Social Web May Help Reconstruct our National Political Dialogue. Assistant Professor of Journalism, Temple University.
    Click here to see the final paper.
     
  • Jeff Leinaweaver – The Game of Gaialogue: Games for Developing Evolved Communication Skills. Consultant, Global Sustainability.
    Click here to see the final paper.
     
  • Charles E. Morris III – Archival Queers: Anti-Bullying and the Rhetorical Futures of GLBT Pasts. Associate Professor, Communication, Boston College.
    Click here to see the final paper.

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