Digicom Thesis Grant Awardee Alicia Gilbert wins Top Paper Award

Former research master student Alicia Gilbert has been awarded a top-paper award at the conference of the Media Reception and Effects division of the German Association of Communication (January, 2021). Alicia received this award for a paper based on her master thesis project that was funded by the digicom lab “Online vigilance and goal conflict stress smartphone users out: An in-situ approach to digital stress”. The thesis was supervised by our digicom lab researcher Dr. Susanne Baumgartner. Alicia is currently a PhD candidate at the Communication Science department at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. We congratulate Alicia for this great achievement!

The call for the fifth edition of the Digicom Thesis Grant Awards is now online.