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Spring Colloquium: Graduate Student Conference Practice Session/ MA Presentations

Caldwell Hall
Caldwell Hall, various rooms

Graduate students wishing to practice for conferences and master's students who need to complete their presentation requirements will discuss their respective research streams.  

 

Room 606 

  • Josh Williams, MA, “The Death of Disco Did Not Take Place: Disco Demolition Night and The Rhetorical Destruction of Disco”
  • Blake Cravey, Ph.D. “At the Crosswalks: Queer Memory, Political Depression, and Queer World-Staking”
  • Rachel S. Bailey, PhD, "Resisting a Synecdochic Representation of Health: COVID-19, NIH, and Health Interventions"
  • Clint Bennett, MA, "Parrhesiastic Collectives"

Room 607

  • Lauren Cojulun, MA, “College Students’ Experiences Using and Seeking Digital Mental Health Services during COVID-19”
  • Hannah Smith, MA, “Accommodating East Asian Accents in the United States: A Communication Accommodation Theory Perspective”

Room 502

  • Moonsun Jeon, MA,  “The Role of Identity and Bandwagon Cues in Graphic Warning Messages on Social Media: An Eye-tracking Approach”
  • Rebekah Wicke, MA, ”Identifying Young Adults’ Salient Beliefs Underlying Flavored E-Cigarette Usage to Inform Campaign Development: Results from an Elicitation Survey”
  • Byeong-Hyeon Lee, Ph.D., “Three Diagnosticity Tests of Perceived Message Effectiveness: Across-Message Correlations, Message-Pair Comparisons, and Direct Comparisons”
  • Jessica Lynn Fabbricatore,  Ph.D., “Comparing Brain Activation by Anti-Vaping Message Appeals Among Young Adult Vapers.”

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