Muhammad Nihal Hussain, a fifth-year doctoral student in information science, is the lead author for the paper.

UA Little Rock paper wins award at international conference for research on tracking disinformation campaigns through social media

A UA Little Rock research paper on strategic integrations of social media platforms received the Challenge Problem Runner Up award at the 2018 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction and Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation this summer.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock paper wins award at international conference for research on tracking disinformation campaigns through social media”

Muhammad Nihal Hussain

UA Little Rock student researcher is uncovering the secrets of the blogosphere

In February, more than 409 million people read the over 20.8 billion pages posted on WordPress.com, a popular blogging platform. Blogging remains a popular form of online communication that is growing at an exponential rate, yet few researchers have grasped the potential of data mining the blogosphere for research purposes.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock student researcher is uncovering the secrets of the blogosphere”

Team COSMOS wins Best Paper Award at conference

A group of University of Arkansas at Little Rock students has won the Best Paper Award from the International Academy, Research, and Industry Association (IARIA) for their paper studying blogs’ effect on the information flow of Venezuelan migration. Continue reading “Team COSMOS wins Best Paper Award at conference”