Developing Relationships Across National Borders

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Ann Miller

Ann Miller, PhD, associate professor of human communication in the Nicholson School of Communication has been chosen once again as a Fulbright Scholars recipient. Dr. Miller will be teaching graduate research methods in East Africa.

This is not Dr. Miller’s first experience with the Fulbright program. She spent the spring 2015 semester at Uganda Christian University (UCU). There, she conducted research on the association between youths’ exposure to sexual media content and their sexual attitudes and behavior.

Read more about Dr. Miller’s award here and visit graduate.ucf.edu/fulbright/ to learn more about the Fulbright Scholars Program.

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