Lisa Martino-Taylor, who earned her PhD from the Sociology Department at Mizzou in 2011 has published the book Behind the Fog: How the U.S. Cold War Radiological Weapons Program Exposed Innocent Americans, which has garnered some attention in the news as seen in this October 2017 article from the AP:
Steve Barnard, former doctoral student in the program, published a book titled Citizens at the Gates: Twitter, Networked Politics, and the Transformation of Journalism (Palgrave Macmillan 2018). Notably Steve has strong written endorsements from two top scholars in media sociology and communications, Rodney Benson at NYU and Nick Couldry at the London School of Economics and Political Science. As of July, 2018, Steve is at St. Lawrence University in New York.
The University of Missouri Department of Sociology and a few of his students are organizing a memorial for the life of Prof. Ted R. Vaughan, 2-4:30 pm on Saturday, April 28, 2018 in Columbia, MO. At Palmer Room 100a located in the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute on S 9th st. After the memorial, we hope people will go to The Olde Heidelberg, Ted's 'REAL' classroom, and continue the celebration of his life. Click through to read some of the remarks presented at the memorial.
We are sorry to report that long-time faculty member of the Sociology Department, Professor Emeritus Ted Vaughan, passed away on Friday 9/22. The funeral will be in Wellington, TX, on Wednesday 9/27. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts go out to his friends and family.
Below is a link to Ted's obituary and links to sign the guestbook, send private condolences, send a sympathy card, or send flowers.
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