Dr. Lona D. Cobb, an associate professor of journalism at Marshall University, is spending the 1992-93 academic year at UNCG as the recipient of a post-doctoral research fellowship under a new program on campus.
Cobb was awarded the first Greensboro Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship for Minority Scholars. She is spending the year doing research on the general topic of where the public gets its information on the AIDS disease. Her project has the working title of ``Assessing the AIDS Information Sources.'Cobb plans to present her findings at professional meetings and later write an article for a journal.
Cobb has a Ph.D. in journalism from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
She received her master's degree in journalism from Marshall University. Earlier, she obtained her undergraduate degree from Urbana University.