Fargo, N.D. –– Elizabeth Crisp Crawford, assistant professor of communication at North Dakota State University, co-wrote the article, "Social Identity and Convergence: News Faculty and Student Perspectives on Web, Print, and Broadcast Skills," with Glenn Hubbard, assistant professor of communication at East Carolina University, Greenville, and Vincent Filak, assistant professor of journalism at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Electronic News, an American educational journalism and mass communication journal, accepted the article for publication in March.
Crawford also had a competitive paper accepted for the Broadcast Education Association's national conference in Las Vegas. The paper titled, "Who's really converging, anyway? A survey of broadcast and print journalism student and faculty attitudes on cross-platform journalism and university education," focuses on the group psychology of convergence and the necessity of converged media education in the new media age. The paper also was co-written with Hubbard.