MLC’s 2012 thesis writers Katherine Hilton and Holly Lopez Long
Check out some of the work MLCers have done in classes, for conference presentations, and in conjunction with their job searches:
- Take a look at Liz Merkhofer’s (MLC ’13) thesis:
- Dr. Trester and three MLC-ers presented research they’d done on LinkedIn at the Intercultural Management Institute’s 14th Annual Conference on Intercultural Communications at American University in March 2013. Watch recent alum Alison DeBoer as she presents her work on pronoun usage on LinkedIn. (Also check out student Alexandra Botti’s reflection on the IMI Conference presentation on the MLC blog, here).
- At the Read Face, Knowledge and Floor: Analyzing Like Usage Through a Combined Variationist, Discourse Analytic and Pragmatic Approach M.A. Thesis by Katherine Hilton (MLC ’12)
- Holly Richardson’s final presentation is about her career navigation in the world of education.
- Casey Tesfaye’s 2011 paper Is there a Greater Analytic Potential for Open-ended Survey Questions? A Comparison of Analytic Strategies was presented at MAPOR (Midwest Association of Public Opinion Researchers).
- Lights, Camera, Accent: Examining Dialect Performance in Recent Children’s Animated Films M.A. Thesis by Sehar B. Azad (MLC ’09)
- Constructing Dialogue, Constructing Identities: Mixed Heritage Identity Construction in Half and Half M.A. Thesis by Anissa Sorokin (MLC ’09)