Student Presentations and Publications

Buday, K. (2018). Exclusion and unity: A rhetorical analysis of Ronald Reagan’s first Inaugural Address. Poster presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Melbourne, FL.

Cohen, E. (2018). Do sitcom’s representations of parents really portray a Modern Family? Poster presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Melbourne, FL.

Davids, L. (2018). Media representation of today’s students in film: Exploring race and gender. Poster presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Melbourne, FL.

Buday, K. (2017). Analysis of Masculinity in Super Bowl Commercials. Poster presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Boca Raton, FL.

Rogers, A. (2017). Conformity and Culture in 2016’s Ghostbusters. Poster presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Boca Raton, FL.

Schuwerk, T. J., and Davis, A. (2013). Influencing factors on social media adoption in county-level emergency management departments. Florida Communication Journal, 41(2), 11-24.

Schuwerk, T. J., and Vlasyuk, O. (2013, November). Focusing on public health from a health communication perspective: Service-learning connections among the community, students, and the university. Service-learning Discussion presented at the 99th National Communication Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

Cartledge, M. P. (2012). Communicating about community at Hipster Church. In T.J. Schuwerk (Chair), How the Communication of Evangelical Young Adults is Changing Tradition Sponsor. Paper presented at the 98th National Communication Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Holland, S. (2010). Un/Attainable Perfection" Incongruous Ideals of Beauty in Glamour. Paper presented at the 36th annual DePauw University Annual Undergraduate Honors Conference, Greencastle, IN.

Loveday, L. (2010). The Rhetoric of the Beecher Family as Exigence Towards the Women's Suffrage Movement in the 19th Century. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, & Gender, St. Petersburg Beach, FL.

Adney, I. (2009). Wearing the scarlet letter on the red carpet: The influence of media portrayals of celebrity women on American standards for womanhood. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, New Orleans, LA.

Martyn, H. (2008). 'Not in our town:' Public controversies over the presence of Wal-Mart in Florida communities. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Theodore Clevenger Undergraduate Honors Conference at the 78th Annual Convention of the Southern States Communication Association, Savannah, GA.