Honors Program Theses

 

This collection contains Honors Program Theses written by undergraduate students in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Northern Iowa.

Every honors student has the opportunity to complete undergraduate research during their time at UNI by writing a thesis. Students work with faculty members in their major or area of interest to develop and conduct a study during either their Junior or Senior year.

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Submissions from 2016

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An analysis of how public relations professionals use social media, Abigail Jen Kreun

Submissions from 2015

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Finding community: the importance of intergroup dialogue within diversity workshops, Joslyn Nycole Aldape

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Assessing study abroad outcomes: Groundwork for change in curriculum, Avary Bradford

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Losing Robin Williams: an analysis of user-generated Twitter content following the sudden death of a celebrity, Samantha Mallow

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Perspectives on why the glass ceiling still exists for women in advertising and media and tools to help shatter it, Olivia Hottle Mossman

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Digital action: An exploratory documentary of artistic process, Dana Renee Potter

Submissions from 2014

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The feeling that you are where you belong: a qualitative analysis of college music groups and student success, Susan Elizabeth Johnson

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What's faith have to do with it? : the media framing of religion and politics in the 2012 Republican primaries, Zoe Russell

Submissions from 2013

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Sustainable food at UNI: Past, present, and future, Glenna Maureen Goldman

Submissions from 2011

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Apologia, atonement, and the public sphere, Christopher Outzen

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Essential workplace communication skills: Student vs. employer perspectives, Amanda Schickel

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What it's like to be me: A qualitative look at students' narratives about diversity inclusion and discrimination, Megan Deanne Wharff