Who is ReSOCIAL?

Create. COnnect. Collaborate.


Welcome to ReSocial, where research meets social media. 

ReSocial is the brainchild of Anthony R. Ramirez. Anthony was inspired to create a public scholarship initiative after speaking to various scholars and professionals on his podcast, Academics and Amigos, and his work at Texas A&M University. Anthony believes in helping others, creating content, creating community, and sharing research with others outside of academia. This is where ReSocial begins.

 

Emily Riewestahl is excited to serve the ReSocial community as a media producer because she is dedicated to decreasing the barriers to accessing research and building community between media researchers and media consumers. Emily is a doctoral student in the Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University where she studies how media is used to both perpetuate and resist systemic oppression.

joey lopez, phd is the Media Lab Director in the Department of Communication. Receiving his B.S., M.A. and Ph.D. in New Media at UT Austin in the Radio, Television and Film’s ACTLab program, joey lopez has been active in the new media field for over 20 years. Using project-based learning and the ACTLab concept of “Make Stuff, Take Risks and Be Awesome,” joey lopez’s courses engage students in their passions and encourages them to take them outside the classroom and into the real world.

What is ReSOCIAL?

Public REsearch. Innovation. Critical THinking.

ReSocial is a platform for scholars and researchers of all disciplines to showcase their work on a public platform through social media. Each of the submissions are peer-reviewed and submitters receive feedback in order to grow their project even further.