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James T. Hamilton

Hearst Professor of Communication
Director,  Journalism Program
Director, Undergraduate Studies in Communication
jayth@stanford.edu
650.723.5448
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 300E
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Hamilton’s research focuses on computational journalism and he is exploring how the costs of story discovery can be lowered through better use of data and algorithms.

Jon A. Krosnick

Frederic O. Glover Professor in Humanities and Social Sciences
Professor of Communication
Professor of Political Science
krosnick@stanford.edu
650.725.3031
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 432

Krosnick does research on attitude formation, change, and effects, on the psychology of political behavior, and on survey research methods.

Jennifer Pan

Assistant Professor
jp1@stanford.edu
650.725.7326
jenpan.com
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 330

Pan’s research examines information control and communication in authoritarian regimes to reveal political choices and outcomes in these opaque societies.

Cheryl Phillips

Lorry I. Lokey Visiting Professor in Professional Journalism 
cep3@stanford.edu, @cephillips
650.723.2504
McClatchy Hall, Rm 300C

Cheryl Phillips specializes in data journalism and investigative journalism that uses data. She focuses in her classes on creating a newsroom-like, project-based environment where students analyze data, report out stories and in some instances partner with professional news organizations.

Byron Reeves

Paul C. Edwards Professor of Communication
reeves@stanford.edu
650.725.3033
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 300A

Reeves’ research includes message processing, social cognition, and social and emotion responses to media

Fred Turner

Harry and Norman Chandler Professor of Communication
Department Chair
fturner@stanford.edu
650.723.0706 
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 436

Turner studies media, technology and American cultural history.