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Communication Senior Thesis Presentations May 6-7

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Jonathan Bruning

May 02, 2014

The Communication and Digital Media department’s senior thesis presentations will take place on Tuesday, May 6 and Wednesday, May 7 in Hedberg Library, room 138. Please join us.

Tuesday, May 6

11:30  - Rebecca Burns - Gringoland and the Loss of Indigenous Culture.

11:50 – Heath Hogan - Iron Man and What It Means To Be a Modern Superhero

12:10 – Kayla Orendorff - Walt Disney World’s Leading Guest Service

12:20 – Eric Primdahl - ESPN and College Athletics

12:40 – Jewelle Crane - The Power of the Rhetorical Force: A Rhetorical Analysis of Star Wars

1:10 – Eric Marquis - Being Provessional: Where Improv Meets Profession

Wednesday, May 7

11:30 – Lauren Chatham - Public Relations’ Impact on Professional Sports

11:50 – Chloe Guida - Social Media and Interpersonal Relationships

12:10 – Stephen Korosis - Technology’s Influence on the Music Experience

12:30 – Brian Finfrock – Social Networks Influencing Social Change

12:50 – Andrea Aiello - Technology Takeover: The Disconnect of Relationships

1:10 – Sam Bormes - The Importance of Film Technique in Animal Rights Documentaries