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