Doctoral Dissertation Committees
Michael J. Frasciello, CCR. “Embedded Technical Communication Instruction: Understanding High-Context Writing in a Pre-Professional Engineering Program.” 2015.
Core Committee Member:
Seth Long, CCR. “Visualizing Words and Knowledge: Arts of Memory from the Agora to the Computer.” 2015, passed with distinction.
- Winner of the 2015 American Society for the History of Rhetoric Dissertation Award
Justin Lewis, CCR. “The Piratical Ethos: Textual Activity and Intellectual Property in Digital Environments.” 2013.
Christine Geyer, CCR. “(re)Constructing a Landmark: A Rhetorical Analysis of Brown v. Board of Education At Fifty.” 2013.
Geghard Arakelian, CCR. in progress
Lindsey Banister, CCR. “Sporting Bodies: The Rhetorics of Professional Female Athletes.” 2017.
Avi Luce, CCR. “Exploring ‘Gezi ruhu’ Activism: Seriality and the Rhetorical Study of 21st Century Protest.” 2017.
W. Kurt Stavenhagen, CCR. “Whose Honey, Whose Hive?: Genre and Rhetorical Agency in the US Colony Collapse Disorder.” 2015.
Madeline Dahlke Yonker, CCR. “The Rhetoric of Mom Blogs: A Study of Mothering Made Public.” 2011.
Doctoral Exams Committees
Michael J. Frasciello, CCR. 2012.
Justin Lewis, CCR. 2011, passed with distinction.
Jordan Canzonetta, CCR. in progress
Jason Markins, CCR. in progress
Geghard Arakelian, CCR. 2016.
Seth Long, CCR. 2014.
Rachael Shapiro Duchano, CCR. 2012.
A.V. Luce, CCR. 2011.
Jana Rosinski, CCR. in progress
Mentor, Future Professoriate Program
Romeo Garcia, CCR. 2015-2017.
Tessa Brown, CCR. 2014-2015.
Jason Luther, CCR. 2013-2014.
A.V. Luce, CCR. 2011-2012.
Justin Lewis, CCR. 2010-2012.
Laura J. Davies, CCR. 2009-2011.
Masters Thesis Committees
Laura McGrath, LLL. “Style and Social Grace: Characteristic and Grammatical Analysis of Mobile Communication.” 2012.
Undergraduate Internship Sponsor
New York Public Interest Research Group
Q Center Intern at AIDS Community Resources