My and co-author, Renetta G. Tull's paper, "Encouraging Equilibrium: Career-Life Balance Outreach and the Advancement of Women in Engineering" as been accepted as part of the proceedings for the 2015 Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions Conference in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Abstract: Issues related to career-life balance (CLB) disproportionally affect women in STEM. These issues disrupt women’s … Continue reading Paper Accepted for the 2015 Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions Conference
The abstract "Complicit Perpetrators? U.S. News Representations of the Muslim, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Minority Community in the Murder of Noor Almaleki," was named a finalist for the 2015 International Society for Language Studies Founders' Emergent Scholar Award.
Accepted!!!! "Think Big! Broadening Horizons for Women in Engineering and Computer Science through Global Scholar Networks," has been accepted as part of the 2015 WEPAN Change Leader Forum: Roadmap to Inclusion. This presentation builds on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County's, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras', University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez's, and Universidad Metropolitana's collaborative … Continue reading Proposal Accepted for the 2015 Women in Engineering Proactive Network (WEPAN) Change Leader Forum
I have found one of the pitfalls of being a U.S.-based CDA scholar is the lack of research groups and networks that focus on CDA. Most such groups are located in Western Europe. As a result, I would like to connect with U.S. scholars who are interested in working with me to form an interdisciplinary U.S. … Continue reading Looking to form a U.S.-Based Research Group for Critical Discourse Analysis
Accepted Paper Presentation-International Society for Language Studies 2015 Conference, "Headlining an "Honor Killing:" Drawing Community Boundaries in U.S. News Coverage of the Murder of Noor Almaleki."
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