Lindsay Neuberger is associate director for academic affairs and assistant professor of human communication at the Nicholson School of Communication. She earned her Ph.D. at Michigan State University and received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Wake Forest University. Dr. Neuberger researches health campaigns, translational research, and risk communication. Her work focuses on persuasion, formative research, information seeking, evaluation, and linguistic analysis and has covered diverse topics from breast cancer and nutrition to risk assessment and environmental concerns.
- Health communication
- Health campaigns
- Formative campaign development and summative evaluation
- Risk communication
- Uncertainty and information seeking
- Linguistic analysis
- Environmental communication
- Communication contexts: HPV vaccination, breast cancer, health care reform, blood donation, compulsive gambling, STD testing, nutrition, smoking, risky behavior, environmental concerns, stress
- Spring 2016 Commencement Gallery
- Dr. Lindsay Neuberger Receives IAGS Grant for Online and Study-Abroad Learning with Latin-American Focus
- Communication Analysis Research Has Big Potential in '…Sharks, Space and Student Stress'
- Professor’s Grant Will Fund Students’ Campus Health Communication Messaging Projects
The Nicholson School of Communication has four faculty members serving on the UCF Faculty Senate, an important legislative body, to provide academic oversight by reviewing and approving policies, new...