CS Professor Tim Groeling's Book Receives Goldsmith Prize

Tim Groeling's book, When Politicians Attack: Party Cohesion in the Media, just received a Goldsmith Prize, which is given to the "academic book published in the United States in the last 24 months that best fulfills the objective of improving democratic governance through an examination of the intersection between the media, politics and public policy." See http://www.hks.harvard.edu/presspol/pri

CS Professor Martie Haselton Interviewed

Martie Haselton has been interviewed on the nationally-syndicated show “On Point” and discussed her research on examining how the behavior of women and their long-term romantic partners changes as women near ovulation within the menstrual cycle. You can listen to the show that features Martie Hasselton and also read the article about it on:


CS Professor Martie Haselton Quoted in the New York Times

Martie Haselton has been quoted in the New York Times discussing her research in evolutionary psychology. The article currently ranks in the top five of the site’s most e-mailed.


CS Professor Tim Groeling Quoted

Tim Groeling has been quoted in the news discussing politicians communicating via social networks in light of the shooting in Tucson, Arizona. Article featured on NPR’s website: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=132788286

CS Professors Francis Steen and Tim Groeling awarded grant

Francis Steen and Tim Groeling (with Song-Chun Zhu of UCLA's Statistics Department and Chengxiang Zhai of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) have been awarded a major four-year research grant from the National Science Foundation for their collaborative project, "Joint Image-Text Parsing and Reasoning for Analyzing Social and Political News Events."

CS Professor Tim Groeling's speech written up by UCLA Today

Tim Groeling's keynote speech to the UC Computing Services Conference ("Rich Technology and Lean Budgets: Using Instructional Technology to Teach Smarter, Not Harder") was written up by UCLA Today last week.

CS Professor Dee Bridgewater Profiled in Daily Bruin

The Daily Bruin just profiled Dee Bridgewater's new Comm Studies class, "Learning American English and Culture Through Movies" (CS1b).

In the News! Martie Haselton on "The View"

UCLA Office of Media Relations Headlines
Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Studying the Mating Game
Martie Haselton, UCLA associate professor of communication studies and psychology, was interviewed Tuesday on ABC's “The View” about her science-based research on love, dating, mating and sexual attraction.

Commencement 2010

The 2010 Comm Studies commencement was held on Sunday, June 13th, in Royce Hall. 1635 guests watched in the sold-out hall as Comm Studies graduated 215 majors: our largest graduating class ever. We had 33 grads elected to Phi Beta Kappa (the highest proportion of any department on campus) and 12 students graduated with departmental honors.

Alan Nierob