There's a lot of mystery in the world. I think I like not knowing better sometimes.
The things I am working on, or find interesting in a teaching or research manner will be posted here.
Research: Games and learning, communication as complex adaptive system, sport communication
Teaching: Media literacy, entertainment media, social media, games, sport communication
- Washington State UniversityCommunication, B.A., M.A., 2000 - 2005
- Michigan State UniversityCommunication, Ph.D., 2005 - 2012
- Albion CollegeProfessor of Communication Studies, 2009 - present
- Michigan State UniversityTeaching & Research Assistant, 2005 - 2009
College sports leaders say major NCAA overhaul imminent | SI.com
As university presidents from the five major conferences continue discussions in Washington D.C. this week on the NCAA's impending overhaul,
Why Malcolm Gladwell Matters (And Why That's Unfortunate)
Malcolm Gladwell, the New Yorker writer and perennial bestselling author, has a new book out. It's called David and Goliath: Misfits, Underd
Sports, Complexity, and the Ten-Thousand-Hour Rule
In cognitively demanding fields, there are no naturals. Nobody walks into an operating room, straight out of a surgical rotation, and does w
Study: Moving Backward Alters Our Perception of Time
We perceive the future as closer than the past. Except for when we're moving in reverse.
Preseason Camp Update: Spartans Practice in Full Pads for First Time - M...
Players and coaches have repeatedly cited the intensity of the first few days of preseason practice. But it was raised to another level on W
Video Game Advertising and the Virtual Product Experience
I became interested in in-game advertising for a third reason, though--the opportunity it affords for virtual product experiences. Instead o
The Humble Indie Bundle #3 (pay what you want for five awesome indie games)
Pay what you want for some awesome games and help support two charities. All of the games are DRM-free and support Mac, Windows, and Linux.