Kimberly C. Smith

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentJournalism and Mass Communications

Phone336-334-7900

Fax336-334-7770

Emailkcsmith1@ncat.edu

Websitehttps://drkimsmith.wordpress.com/

OfficeCrosby Hall
Room: 119

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Kimberly C. Smith

Education

Ph D: Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other, University of South Carolina, 2008

MA: Mass Communication, University of South Carolina , 1998

BA: Journalism, Howard University, 1982


Research Interests

Multimedia, health communication, research methods, social media's impact on society, the portrayal of people of color in the media, undergraduate research.


Recent Publications

Smith, Kimberly  Campbell, Kenneth   (2015).  Cybermourning frames of condolence to comedian Robin Williams on Legacy.com..  (1,  10,  pp. http://ibiblio.org/nmediac/summer2015/cybermourning.html).  Journal of New Media and Culture.

Smith, Kimberly  Cunningham-Engram, Vanessa  Davis, Bonnie  (2015).  Social Media, Social Good: HBCU College Students' Use of Social Media during Superstorm Sandy.   National Association of African-American Studies Monograph Series, 2014. .

Smith, Kimberly  (2012).  Charting the future of journalism education at HBCUs: Finding a place for multimedia in the curricula.  In Teresa Harrison  (1-2,  22,  ).  Journal Electronic Communication.

Smith, Kimberly  (2011).  Anxiety, Knowledge and Help: A Model for How Black and White College Students Search for HIV/AIDS Information on the Internet.  (1,  16,  pp. 103-125).  The Qualitative Report.

Smith, Kimberly  Cunningham-Engram, Vanessa  (2009).  The Influence of Technology on Sexual Content in Mass Media in China, the United States and India.  (12,  ).  Intercultural Communication Studies.