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Three H&S Students Present at the Eastern Communication Association Conference

Contributed by Robert Sullivan on 04/15/19 

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 Three students from the School of Humanities and Sciences presented original research at the annual meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, April 11-14, in Providence, Rhode Island. The students presented versions of their senior theses. All three have earned departmental honors to be celebrated at graduation.

Alexa Flinker (Communication Studies): “Trait Argumentativeness and Familial Dysfunction: Differential Levels of Argumentativeness and Conflict Between Students and Parents.”

 Zoe Howland (Culture and Communication): “The Weather Is So Bipolar!’: Stigmatizing References to Mental Illness on Social Media.”

 Kathryn Kandra (Communication Studies): “Translating Shamlet.”

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