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June 17, 2024

School welcomes three new tenure-track faculty

Dominik Stecuła Headshot

The School of Communication welcomes three new tenure-track faculty members this year: Dominik Stecuła, Scott Campbell and Rob Potter. 

Dominik Stecuła: Assistant Professor

Stecuła comes from Colorado State University, where he taught as an assistant professor of political science. His research focuses on the intersection of betboom appPolitical Communication, political behavior and science communication in American and comparative contexts. This includes examining the content of the news media and its effects on political attitudes, such as climate change or vaccines, and analyzing the perceived betboom appcredibility of sources. He received his PhD in political science and government at the University of British Columbia in 2018 and his MA in political science at McGill University. He has previously been a postdoctoral fellow at both the University of Pennsylvania and Simon Fraser University

Scott Campbell: Professor, Margaret Hall and Robert Randall Rinehart Chair

Scott Campbell Headshot

Campbell is a leading scholar on the meanings, uses and consequences of mobile and social media and communication in everyday life. He was previously a professor of communication and media and of digital studies and the Constance F. and Arnold C. Pohs Professor of Telecommunication at the University of Michigan. He uses communication theory to bridge psychological betboom casinoand sociological understandings of the self and how it relates to society. Campbell also serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication and has served as an associate editor of Human Communication Research. He has also been on editorial boards for several academic journals. He earned his PhD from the University of Kansas in communication studies. He will be joining the faculty as a professor and will hold the Margaret Hall and Robert Randall Rinehart Chair, which supports a faculty member who is considered a scholar and teacher in the field of mass communication. 

Rob Potter: Professor

Rob Potter Headshot

Potter serves as an elected fellow of the International Communication Association and does cutting-edge work using psychophysiological methods to examine the betboom casinoimpact of sound on how people process information. Potter joins Ohio State from Indiana University, where he worked as a professor and the director of graduate studies. He recently co-edited the International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. He received his PhD in mass communication at Indiana University and his MS in communications from Eastern Washington University.