Dilnora Azimova is a graduate of the Health and Risk Communication MA program at MSU. She received her B.A. in Mass Communications from the University of Maine in 2000. Over the course of her 18-year professional career Dilnora taught journalism courses at the International Journalism Department of Uzbek State World Languages University. Dilnora received a Fulbright scholarship to complete her Masters degree at Michigan State University. She is interested in a culture-specific intergenerational communication about health topics.
Samantha Shebib is an Instructor at Utah State University. She earned her PhD in the Department of Communication at Michigan State University. She has an MS from Illinois State University in Communication. She received a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Arizona State University. Samantha’s research interests are embedded in interpersonal/relational communication, family communication, physiological responses, and quantitative research methods. More specifically, she’s focused on understanding the impact of inter-parental conflict on children exposed.