The debate, co-sponsored by The Commercial Appealand the USA TODAY Network- Tennessee, along with broadcast partner WMC Action News 5, is set to be held in McNeill Concert Hall.
Political science and video arts students come together as a team to construct targeted messages informed by research.
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Music stirs the emotions, and presidential candidates can use the power of music in their campaigns to unify voters, according to Dr. Amy E. Jasperson, chair of the political science department at Rhodes.
Dr. Jasperson’s teaching and research interests focus on American politics, political communication, public opinion, and political psychology.
Alexandra Dileo and Samuel Holder are among the 55 student leaders and activists who will travel to NYC to participate in the Debating for Democracy (D4D) National Conference™
Research by Dr. Amy Jasperson, associate professor and chair of Rhodes’ Department of Political Science, is mentioned in The Atlantic.
In Dr. Amy Jasperson’s political science courses, students grow to know the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to campaign advertising.