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Gordon S. Carlson, PhD
Gordon Carlson

Assistant Professor, Communication Studies
Director, Institute for New Media Studies
Executive Director, Society for Conceptual Logistics in Communication Research

Dr. Carlson completed his Bachelors and Masters degree in Communication at Oregon State University. He completed his doctorate in New Media Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago while working in the Electronic Visualization Laboratory. Having taught in Chicago, Hawaii, and Kansas City, Dr. Carlson is currently at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. An Assistant Professor in the Communication Studies department, his work focuses on understanding how new media interact with rhetorical constructions through disruption and convergence. He is the founding Director of the Institute for New Media Studies which engages in a number of transdisciplinary projects, many of which revolve around 3D visualization of complex concepts and new approaches to pedagogy and learning.

Office: Malloy Hall 105
Phone: 785-628-5876
Email: gscarlson@fhsu.edu

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012
M.A., Oregon State University, 2005
B.S., Oregon State University, 2004



Jeremiah Okebukola
Jeremiah-Okebukola, Research Assistant

Research Assistant, Institute for New Media Studies

Jeremiah has an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from "LAUTECH" Nigeria. He served at the National Universities Commission, a regulating body for Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria before starting his graduate study at Fort Hays State University. He is currently in his second year of the MBA program concentrating on management information systems. Upon completion, Jeremiah intends to complete the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification exam and pursue a Ph.D. in Information Systems.

Office: Malloy Hall 106
Phone: 785-628-4784
Email: jiokebukola@mail.fhsu.edu

B.S., LAUTECH, Nigeria



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