The SEE Suite and COVID-19
The SEE Suite and COVID-19

Read about how the SEE Suite is responding in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic crisis.

About
Welcome to the See Suite

Learn more about this state-of-the-art social media and network analysis suite at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Professional Services
Professional Services

The landscape of social media is vast, and the voices are many. Let the See Suite help you make sense of the conversation.

Teaching
Teaching

The See Suite is both classroom and support space for educating the next generation of social media analysts.

Research
Research

Submissions are now open for graduate students to become SEE Suite research affiliates!

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SEE Suite at time of COVID-19

Friends, As the University of Georgia, the country and the world are shifting toward remote learning, teaching and working, we...
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SEE Suite at time of COVID-19

HRC: Twitter Sentiments on Trans Equality

By Meghan Gatto, Isabel Maggio, and Erin Remington One of the main topics of Human Rights Campaign we focused on...
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HRC: Twitter Sentiments on Trans Equality

Habitat Gained The Smallest SOV on Social Media

By Nick Atkinson, Agnes Coppage, Laura Leigh Haga, and Karlie Hanson This dataset highlights interesting measures of share of voice...
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Habitat Gained The Smallest SOV on Social Media

14k Unique Authors of Green Peace Are Talking About Oil Reaching out to 31 Mil.

By Pedro Arreaza, Kaylan Chang, Gin Holloway, and Nhilynn Nguyen When we conducted our social media analysis for Greenpeace, we...
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14k Unique Authors of Green Peace Are Talking About Oil Reaching out to 31 Mil.

Girl Scouts of America Dominated The Overall “Social SOV”

By Sasha Lawson, Amber Tanner, and Emma Ward Analyzing an organization’s position within the scope of its competition on social...
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Girl Scouts of America Dominated The Overall “Social SOV”

Influencers Plays A Crucial Role In Feeding America’s Social Media Activities

By Andrew Flaherty, Allison Fortney, and Skylar Nicholson Of Feeding America’s primary competitors, World Central Kitchen is the largest competitor...
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Influencers Plays A Crucial Role In Feeding America’s Social Media Activities

Very glad to share this (working) paper and tool 🙂 Great to work with this team to create ways to help academic researchers partner with users for data donations! https://twitter.com/digicomlab_eu/status/1441040886830301187

"Listen intently. Ask questions. Have intellectual fun." - @AEJMC President @tpvos shares his tips for a great #AEJMC21 conference. Don't miss him tonight at the AEJMC Keynote, 7-8:30 pm! https://bit.ly/3fxyA2e

Finally, #AdPR5750 #AdPR7750 in Spring 2021 completed their final social media analysis report. The team World Food Program @WFP provides an excellent analysis. You can find here https://t.uga.edu/78t. @UGAGrady @AdPR_UGA

Eight years ago, Charles N. Davis became the Dean of our college.

We are grateful for your leadership, expertise and kindness. You are appreciated by our colleagues and students at @universityofga.

Happy work anniversary, @GradyDeanUGA!