A student at Howard University, Jalen Brown, thought that his online discussion with another university student was innocuous, but intellectually honest and non-threatening. But Howard University, located in Washington, D.C., disagreed and kicked him out…
Topic: social media
In October 2017, 4chan user, “Q Clearance Patriot,” claiming to have insider knowledge of the Trump administration and other high-profile politicians, made his first post on the shady internet forum. Titled “The Calm Before the…
The University of Southern California (USC) offers a college course on training to become a social media influencer, or a paid spokesperson on social media. NBC News profiled class members and highlighted how the influencer…
Two professors at the University of Washington-Tacoma are developing a social media tool which will detect anti-immigrant and misogynistic tweets on Twitter.
The University of Florida doesn’t pay its social media interns, but does offer internship credit.
Colorado State University recently published a new social media guide for its students and organizations.
Twitter is recruiting nine professors to help it create more meaningful dialogue and conversations, and avoid “echo chambers” that may have led to current political divisiveness in American politics.
Professor Michael Chikindas’s allegedly anti-Semitic social media posts are being investigated for potentially violating Rutgers University’s anti-discrimination policies.
A professor at the University of Maryland is suing President Donald Trump because the president blocked the professor on Twitter.
A college professor used foul language to criticize supporters of President Trump and is now on paid leave, due to alleged threats against his life.