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Social Media Mentorships

1-on-1 learning and original research projects customized around students' interests

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Social media mentorships allow students to explore digital strategy, internet marketing, and online community formation and dynamics. As an interdisciplinary field, the study of social media  can integrate elements of communication, marketing, public relations, as well as content development and data analytics. Alternatively, students can take a sociological or psychological approach to examine the specific effects of social media on individual consumers as well as societies at large. Engaging in social media mentorships allow students to learn about branding, gain digital literacy, and build their foundational understanding of journalism and new media.



Social Media

projects

Essay addressing the influences and challenges posed by bots within digital platform ecosystems

Research article and original experiment exploring whether Tweets have a causal impact on stock prices

Policy brief on social learning from digital misinformation