Student Research Mentoring Highlights

AWARDS

* = undergraduate student

** = graduate student

 

2018

 

Caroline Bolin,* Erika Forslund,* Elauna Pettigrew,* Rebecca Ray,* Abigail Thomas,* & Roy Schwartzman. Communication Centers as Hubs of Applied Learning. Top Applied Learning Panel. Conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education. Wilmington, NC: March 2018. [national]

 

2016

 

Essma Boucteb.* (2016). Bob and Ann Weiss Top Undergraduate Paper Award. National Association of Communication Centers. [national]

 

Karen Boger* & Roy Schwartzman. (2016). Runner-Up, Joyce Ferguson Top Paper Award. National Association of Communication Centers. [national]

 

Zoe Fishman.* (2016). 10th Annual Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research Expo, UNCG. Honorable Mention (Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences). [university-wide]

 

2015

 

Rolando Sanchez* & Roy Schwartzman (2015). Joyce Ferguson Top Paper Award. National Association of Communication Centers. [national]

 

2011

 

Erin Ellis,** Hemalatha Yaragunta, & Roy Schwartzman (2011). Joyce Ferguson Top Paper Award. National Association of Communication Centers. [national]

 

2009

Kiya Ward.* (2009). Bob and Ann Weiss Top Undergraduate Paper Award. National Association of Communication Centers. [national]

Melinda Alston* & Bethany Barnes.* (2009). Top Undergraduate Research Project in the Humanities. “AfterWords”: Crafting Identity Through Holocaust Resettlement Narratives. Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research Expo, UNCG. [university-wide]

 

2005

David Tibbles* & Roy Schwartzman. (2005). Top Paper, Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Division. Central States Communication Association convention. [national]

2000

Elena Martinez-Vidal.** (2000). International Communication Association Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Student.

Elena Martinez-Vidal.** (2000). Carolinas Communication Association Mary E. Jarrard Outstanding Graduate Student Paper.

1999

Elena Martinez-Vidal.** (1999). Finalist, Carolinas Communication Association Mary E. Jarrard Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Competition.

1998

Elena Martinez-Vidal.** (1998). Finalist, Carolinas Communication Association Mary E. Jarrard Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Competition.

1997

Howard Kingkade.** (1997). Finalist, Carolinas Communication Association Mary E. Jarrard Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Competition. 

1995

Cameron Blazer.* (1995). Finalist, Carolinas Communication Association Mary E. Jarrard Outstanding Student Paper Competition. [regional]

 

Lane McFadden.* (1995). Finalist, Carolinas Communication Association Mary E. Jarrard Outstanding Student Paper Competition. [regional]

RECENT PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

* = undergraduate student

** = graduate student

2018

 

Pettigrew, Elauna.* (2018, March). Applied learning as empowerment through teaching: Communication activism pedagogy. Presentation at the Conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education. Wilmington, NC. [national]

Bolin, Caroline,* Erika Forslund,* Rebecca Ray,* & Abigail Thomas* [authors contributed equally, listed alphabetically]. (2018, March). Building oral communication skills in underserved communities: Mentoring developmentally challenged communicators. Presentation at the Conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education. Wilmington, NC. [national]

Schwartzman, R., von Schmude, C.,** & Brewer, C. J.** (2018, in press). How Holocaust survivors in the United States and Germany respond to Holocaust denial. In Y. Kamalipour (Ed.), Global discourse and discord. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2017

Schwartzman, R., & Boger, K. E.* (2017). Locus of control synergies in new language learning and cultural adaptation: A communication center perspective. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, 21(1): 1-13. doi: 10.9734/BJESBS/2017/34367

Schwartzman, R., & Boger, K. E.* (2017). Masters of fate or victims of circumstance? Connecting communication centers with locus of control. Communication Center Journal, 3(1), 3-22.

Schwartzman, R., & Sieczkowski, R.* (2017). Communicate confidently in the electronic age: A guide for millennials. In E. F. Desnoyers-Colas (Ed.), Raising our voices, communicating our existence: A public speaking anthology for the millennial generation. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. [ebook]

2016

Schwartzman, R., & Moore, C.** (2016, Jan.). Obstacles and opportunities in implementing e-portfolios. Proceedings of the Hawaii university international conference on arts, humanities, social Sciences, and Education. Honolulu, HI: HUIC.

Schwartzman, R., & Blankenship, C.** (2016, Jan.). Individualizing success through surveillance: Undercover boss and the rehabilitation of corporate capitalism. Proceedings of the 14th annual Hawaii international conference on arts and humanities. Honolulu, HI: HICAH.

Schwartzman, R., & Sanchez, R.* (2016). Communication centers as sites for identity (re)negotiation. College Student Journal, 50(1), 35-46.

2015

Schwartzman, R., & Moore, C. L.** (2015, April). Pilot rollout of e-portfolios (PREP) project Report to the University of North Carolina General Administration.

2013

Schwartzman, R., & Sutton, C. U.** (2013). Crossfire in the kitchen: Race and class role tensions in service-learning. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 5, 61-81.

Schwartzman, R., & Maillet, C.** (2013). Riot grrrl feminist counterculture from Sleater-Kinney to Pussy Riot. Topical Problems in Communication and Culture, 15, 179-199.