2019 AEJMC SOUTHEAST COLLOQUIUM
TOP STUDENT PAPER, NEWSPAPER & ONLINE NEWS DIVISION
2018 AEJMC NATIONAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON DC
THIRD PLACE STUDENT PAPER, HISTORY DIVISION
2017 AEJMC CONFERENCE
SECOND PLACE STUDENT PAPER, MINORITIES AND COMMUNICATION DIVISION
Toxic Twitter: The impact of race and gender on perceived objectivity of broadcast women of color on Twitter
This study explores the relationship between perception of editorial bias and race/ethnicity of the journalist.
Surveying Twitter users, we examine the impact of race/ethnicity and gender on the perceived objectivity of broadcasters who are women of color. Co-Author: Denetra Walker
Podcasting Pedagogy: The power of sound, participation, and marginalized voices in a virtual classroom
Examining using podcasting as pedagogy to incorporate marginalized voices in a classroom.
Accepted as a proposed book chapter in Podcast Studies: Practice into Theory, Theory in Practice.
Fundamentally different stories that matter: True Crime podcasts and the domestic violence survivors in their audiences
Dissertation Data to be converted into multiple journal articles
A qualitative exploration of women in the true crime podcast audience and the producers that they interact with.