Welcome! I’m Yu-Lun, a PhD candidate in the Agricultural Communication program at Ohio State. My research agenda is to examine communication noises in the computer-mediated environment to improve communication efficiency across individuals, groups, disciplines, and cultures. I focus on three major fields: science communication, computer-mediated communication (CMC), and social network analysis (SNA), and I would like to initiate a conversation related to Asian agricultural issues. I’m an experienced graduate research assistant with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry, also skilled in multimedia design. You can find more about me from this portfolio website.
Here are my latest updates in 2021, you may find some full-text files in my ResearchGate page [link]:
Wu, Y.-L., Rumble, J. N., Ruth, T. K., Lamm, A. J., & Ellis, J. D. (Accepted). An application of social network analysis to focus group discussions: Unobserved interaction between participants and discussion topics. Journal of Agricultural Education.