Media: Videos, Podcasts, Press


George, Cherian (2019). Brokering dialogue in the midst of a culture war (interviewed by Dr. Cherian George, editor of Media Asia); Media Asia.


Wiggins, Ben (2019). The value of difference, developing empathy, and defining media literacy with Srivi Ramasubramanian. Mays Mastercast series.


Haciyakupoglu, Gulizar (2014). In conversation with Dr. Srivi Ramasubramanian; Department of Communications & New Media blog, National University of Singapore.

Media Coverage

The Battalion. Upcoming workshop to facilitate conversations about race relations. October 2019.

Department of Communication website. Encouraging the difficult conversation. October 2019.

Engagement Lab @ Emerson College. Difficult dialogues, anti-racism, and inclusive communication with Dr. Ramasubramanian, September 2019.

University of Michigan News. “Some US Muslims identify less as Americans due to negative media coverage”, March 2019.

National Public Radio (broadcast across 40 stations). The weight of our words. Hidden Brain (with Shankar Vedantam), April 2018.


The Battalion, “Taking the Lead: Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Aggies host their first annual leadership education conference", April 2018.


Immigrants in the Media (blog), “Why are stereotypical portrayals of minorities in the media problematic? January 2018.

TEDx talk, Power of Media for an Inclusive World. September 2017.


National Public Radio, All Sides with Ann Fisher (live public affairs talk show), August 2017. at Davidson College, featured 30-minute video interview on media literacy as part of the course on “The story of fake news,” March 2017.

The Daily Collegian, “Alumna Srividya Ramasubramanian lectures on 'Geeks, Dragon Ladies and Perpetual Foreigners: Countering Stereotypes of Asian-Americans in the Media and Beyond',” March 2017.

The Daily Collegian, “Penn State alumna Srividya Ramasubramanian to discuss stereotypes of Asian Americans in the media,” March 2017.

Penn State News, “Alumna to return for lecture on “Stereotypes of Asian-Americans in the media,” March 2017

First Post, “Donald Trump’s devious anti-Muslim immigration policies should serve as a wake-up call for Indians,” February 2017.


The Battalion, “Mandatory racism awareness class awaits university funding,” September 2016.


Futurity, “To offset media bias against Muslims, make friends,” August 2016.

Texas A&M Today, “Media depictions of Muslims bolster anti-Muslim attitudes.” August 2016.

The Battalion, “Discussion-driven event focuses on race relations.” March 2016.


National Public Radio (NPR) for “How shows like Will & Grace” and “Black-ish” Can Change Your Brain,” August 2015.

District Knowledge Avenue. Oct 2015. Youth Media Rise.

Richard Wright News, Washington D.C,, 2015

The Battalion, “A&M researchers: Eating disorders fueled by artificial media portrayals”; February 2015.

Al Jazeera documentary film on gender violence in India, May 2015

The Battalion, “#OscarsSoWhite: Is the 2014 field whitewashed?” January 2015;

Brazos Valley Magazine, KAMU, “Chasing Ice: Role of documentary film and social media in engaging citizens and policymakers on climate change issues,” [with Dr. Saravanan], April 2015

KAGS, "YouTube stars can make millions of dollars," February 2015

KBTX, “Social media use and its impact on everyday life,” Jan 2015

Dallas Morning News, “Deadly affection” (on societal awareness of domestic violence), December 2014.

The Battalion, “Twitter abuse policies a positive move,” December 2014.

The Battalion, “Selfie Cultures.” November 2014.

The Times of India, “Concept of healthcare is still evolving in India,” by Runa Mukherjee Parikh, February 14 2014.

Cool Avenues, “India’s first international conference on managing health communication concludes in MICA,” February 15, 2014.

Spectra, newsletter of the National Communication Association, November 2012.

Inside the Divide. “Black people be like: Are millennial African-Americans perpetuating racial stereotypes in America?” December 3, 2013.


The Atlantic. “India’s dating sites skip straight to the wedding” by Nash Jenkins, December 4, 2013.

Dowser, “Building more mindful media,” October 6 2013.

​Reprinted in The Huffington Post Impact blog and in Impatient Optimists

Family Affairs [KEOS FM 89.1], “Media and its effects on children,” 2011.

Fair and Feminist [KEOS 89.1], “Sexual violence and media”, August 2010


Namaste [AM 1220, Dallas TX], “Indian classical music and the Bhakti movement,” April 2010.


The Battalion, “When worlds collide,” September 2010.


Indo-American News, March 2010.


Family Affairs [KEOS FM 89.1], “India Day Symposium,” October 2010


Press release “Texas varsity celebrates India Day,” October 2010

Featured in India Today, MSN India, Voice of Asia and Indo-American News


Family Affairs [KEOS FM 89.1], “Media and its effects on youth,” October 2009


Family Affairs [KEOS FM 89.1], “Adolescents and complementary medicine,” May 2008