Lauren Kogen
Lauren Kogen
Assistant Professor
Departments: Media & Communication, Media Studies and Production, Globalization and Development Communication
Office: 215-204-6306
Annenberg Hall, Room TT228

Biography

MC Research Areas
Global media, journalism and international news, social change, development, communication about global development, social and behavior change campaigns

Lauren Kogen (PhD) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Media Studies and Production at Temple University. Her research addresses 1) communication for development and social change, both domestically and abroad (focusing on issues including the empowerment of marginalized groups, violence against women, and peacebuilding); and 2) communication about development and social change work, and specifically, how development-related issues and events are framed for American audiences in the mainstream news media. Much of her work also focuses on evaluations of communication-for-development interventions.

Education

Education

Degree

Field

School

PhD

Communication

University of Pennsylvania

B.A.

Economics

Stanford University

Masters

Cinema Studies

New York University

Courses Taught

Number

Name

MSP 4454 / 8254

Public information media campaigns

MSP 4496

Global media

CDSC 8002

Development communication project design and management

MSP 3752

Communication and development

MSP 5021

Media institutions

Personal website

LaurenKogen.com