On Thursday, May 8th, graduating English majors with a Rhetoric and Writing emphasis will present their senior capstone projects. The presentations will be held in 259 Cartwright. They are free and open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend. To arrange for disability accommodations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-8295.
Casey Seneczko -- Communication Competence and Patriotism Abroad.
Meiyi Liu -- Rhetorical Choices in Online Shopping
Yandan Liu -- How to Create an Effective Video for Academic Program Marketing
Leighann Emo -- The Problem with Social Media Marketing
Emily Pyrek -- Sensationalism in Journalism
Sarah Lechner -- Is Today's Popular Literature Post-Feminist?
Mariah Maras -- Post-College Hypomnesis and Anamnesis in the Construction of the Digital Self
Hannah Kepros -- Depictions of College Life in Film
Shelby Phillips -- Small Community Reactions to Large-Scale Art Projects
Philippe Meister -- A Discourse Analysis of Diversity Statements in Higher Education
Nicholas Covaleski -- Resuscitation of Meaning: History, Genre and Semiotics
Qucheng Deng -- Web Design for Global Audiences
Matthew Otto -- The Editor's Influence in the Digital Age
Melissa Koch -- Women in Sports Media
Dana Chellman -- Constructing Identity in Neil Gaiman's "Sandman"