Jose graduated from the District University of Bogotá with a magna cum laude distinction in 2004. In 2005, he was awarded the Outstanding Young Researcher Fellowship granted by the Colombian National Research Council (Colciencias), and in 2007, he was awarded the Colfuturo Scholarship given to outstanding Colombian students to pursue graduate studies abroad.
Emily has a background in International and Maternal Child Health. Prior to coming to UNM, she spent several years running an innovative and highly effective behavioral research study at Stanford University aimed at preventing stress, anxiety and depression in the mothers of preterm infants.
For his dissertation, Nick is exploring how an organization can assess its health and status through the use of internal email from a communication perspective. The Federal Government released over 500,000 of the now defunct Enron's emails for study in the early 2000s, and he is qualitatively examining those emails using the Coordinated Management of Meaning.
Mónica joins us from Colombia on a Fulbright Antioquia's University Professor Scholarship. Her research interests concentrate on critically examining the role media plays in intercultural communication, especially related to environmental issues and social justice.
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