[Air-L] Nominate Yourself for the AoIR Executive Committee!
paulatoddmedia at gmail.com
Tue May 5 08:33:46 PDT 2015
I think you just fulfilled your first campaign promise: To help grow the
AoIR community through more interaction:
I’d like AoIR to continue its role as welcoming place for new internet
scholars. However, I’d like it to grow into a space that also as provides
mentorship, community, and networking possibilities for individuals at all
stages of their careers. Now that internet research is fully ensconced as a
legitimate field, it would be nice to continue broadening our concerns into
policy, ethics, and things like open source publishing, etc. I know that
AoIR folks have already done a fabulous job of starting this conversation -
I’d just like to see us continue them."
I second your nomination!
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And I have a question: If you have extensive online research, legal,
policy, media and teaching experience (eg. digital media professor,
journalist, free speech advocate, Internet researcher), and a graduate
degree (JD, law) but aren't yet accepted into a PhD program (though working
toward that), do you have a chance of serving AOIR? Or is membership and
leadership restricted to PhD students and postdocs? I am relatively new,
too, having just met AOIR members in person in Korea.
PAULA TODD, B.A., LL.B. (JD)
*PAULA TODD, B.A., LL.B.*
*paulatoddmedia at gmail.com* <paulatoddmedia at gmail.com>
On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 11:20 AM, Adrienne Massanari <amass at uic.edu> wrote:
> Doh! Sorry for sending that out to the list as a whole. First rule of
> AOIR, broken.
> Adrienne Massanari, PhD
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Communication
> University of Illinois at Chicago
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