Course Work

Stanford University (Graduate)

Advisor: Professor Theodore Glasser

Winter 2014

  • Media Technology Theory (Professor Fred Turner)
  • Advanced Individual Work (Professor Theodore Glasser)

Fall 2013

  • Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (Professor Christine Wotipka)
  • Seminar on Liberation Technologies (Professor Larry Diamond)

Spring 2013

  • Communication & Media Ethics (Professor Theodore Glasser)
  • Graduate Seminar in Social Psychology Research (Professor Hazel Markus)

Winter 2013

  • Advanced Topics in New Media & American Culture (Professor Fred Turner)
  • The Conduct of Qualitative Inquiry (Qualitative Methods, Education, Professor Prudence Carter)

Fall 2012

  • Digital Media in Society (Professor Fred Turner)
  • Concepts of Modernity: Philosophical Foundations (Modern Thought in Literature, Professor Paula Moya)

Spring 2012

  • Comparative Studies of News and Journalism (Professor Theodore Glasser)
  • Doctoral Research Methods (History of Science, Professor James Fishkin)
  • Education Workshop: Race, Ethnicity, and Language in Schools (Professor H. Samy Alim)
  • Sociology Workshop: Migration, Race, Ethnicity, Nation (Professor Tomas Jimenez)

Winter 2011

  • Media Processes and Effects (Professor Jeremy Bailenson
  • Communication and the Study of Meaning (Qualitative Methods in Communication, Professor Theodore Glasser)
  • Advanced Research Design (Quantitative Methods in Communication, Professor Jon Krosnick)
  • Anthropology: Race, Ethnicity, and Language (Professor H. Samy Alim)
  • Sociology Workshop: Migration, Race, Ethnicity, Nation (Professor Tomas Jimenez)

Fall 2011

  • Theory of Communication (Professor Byron Reeves)
  • Communication Research Methods (Professor Dave Voelker)
  • Communication Research, Curriculum Development, and Pedagogy (Ethan Plaut & Professor Jeremy Bailenson)
  • Introduction to Statistical Methods (Professor Guenther Walther)
  • Political Science: Minority Behavior and Representation (Professor Gary Segura)

Vassar College (Undergraduate, Key Courses)

Advisor: Professor William Hoynes

  • Culture, Commerce, Public Sphere (Professor William Hoynes)
  • Approaches to Media Studies (Introductory Course, Professor Michael Joyce)
  • News Media in America (Professor William Hoynes)
  • Mass Media and Society (Professor Gayle Sulik)
  • Image Text (Professor Michael Joyce)
  • Media Theory (Professor Heesook Chang)
  • Minorities in the Media (Professor Mia Mask)
  • Media and Politics (Professor Adelaide Villmoare)
  • Corporate Power (Professor Leonard Nevarez)
  • Anthropology Goes to the Movies (Professor Colleen Cohen)
  • Transnational Literature: Literature of 9/11 (Professor Amitava Kumar)