Mike Horning

Mike Horning, Assistant Professor

Mike Horning, Assistant Professor
Mike Horning, Assistant Professor

Department of Communication
140 Shanks Hall
181 Turner Street
Blacksburg, VA 24061
540-231-5691 | mhorning@vt.edu

Mike Horning is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication. 

  • Social and Psycological Effects of Communications Technologies
  • Mass Communication
  • Multimedia Reporting
  • Politics
  • Visual Media
  • Ph.D. Penn State University
  • M.S. Rochester Institute of Technology
  • B.S. Liberty University
  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AJMC)
  • Online News Association (ONA)
  • Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
  • Institute for Creativity Arts and Technology (ICAT)
  • Top Research Paper Award in New Media and Politics Competition: Mass Communication and Society Division at AEJMC Conference, Chicago, IL, 2008
  • Top Three Paper Award at International Association of Science Technology and Society Conference, Baltimore, MD, 2007
  • Top Paper in Mass Communications at Eastern Communication Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2006

Journal Articles

Brubaker, P., Horning, M., & Toula, C. (In Press) Engaging Young Voters in the Political Process: U.S. Presidential Debates and YouTube. In L. Robinson et al.(Eds). Communication and Information Technologies Annual 2014: Politics, Participation, and Production. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Horning, M. A., Robinson, H. R., & Carroll, J. M. (2014). A scenario-based approach for projecting user requirements for wireless proximal community networks. Computers in Human Behavior, 35, 413–422. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.02.010

Carroll, J.M., Horning, M., Hoffman, B., Ganoe, C.H., Robinson, H. & Rosson, M.B. (2011). Community network 2.0. Proceedings of 3rd International Symposium on End-User Development: IS-EUD. (Torre Canne, Brindisi, Italy, June 7-10). Berlin: Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 270-275.

Horning, M. (2007). Putting the community back into community networks: A content analysis. Bulletin of Science Technology and Society, 27(5), 417-426.

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