“Know your Meme and the Homogenization of Web History.” Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. October 2021.
“From Deep-Fried Memes to ‘It Needs more JPEG’: Image Degradation and the Material Traces of Copying.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference. March 2021.
“‘A Better, More Positive Tumblr:’ Regulating Obscenity and Defining Community Standards on Social Media Platforms.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference. Denver, CO. April 2020. (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19)
“Finstas, Young Adults, and Stardom: The Construction and Presentation of Identities on Instagram.” National Communication Association Annual Convention. Baltimore, MA. November 2019. Top Paper Award, Master’s Education Section
Taught multiple sections of SPCM 200 with seats reserved for students enrolled in CSU’s INTO Pathways program. This program provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level international students to improve their English and academic performance during their first semesters at an American university.
*Half of the Spring 2020 semester was taught remotely after transitioning online due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Helen K. Herman Memorial Fund Scholarship
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Department of Communication Arts
Top Paper Award
National Communication Association - Master's Education Section
Gordon F. Hostettler Award
Colorado State University - Department of Communication Studies