The IUPUI Petronio Communication Privacy Management Dissertation Fellowship supports an annual fellowship to an outstanding doctoral student from a United States accredited university who has completed coursework and successfully defended a dissertation proposal that utilizes Communication Privacy Management (CPM) theory and research. The Fellowship may be used to support additional research and dissertation writing, critical stages in the dissertation process that are often difficult to fund through other means, which may include, but not be limited to, expenditures for travel, materials, or general activities related to the successful completion of a dissertation, which may also include a stipend paid to the fellow through the university where the fellow is pursuing their PhD. The recipient must present the results of their dissertation to IUPUI stakeholders that include faculty and students in the IUPUI Department of Communication Studies.
The Communication Privacy Management Center is a resource center that provides a wide range of relevant, everyday life issues found in social media, health, family relationships, and organizational management. Teachers, researchers, students, faculty, and translational scholars can find resources, such as YouTube informational videos, that can be used in teaching to illustrate issues of privacy management, citations for research projects, and a network of potential research collaborative partners. Go to the Communication Privacy Management Center.