Terps Present Undergraduate Research at ECA
Alongside dozens of UM faculty members and graduate students presenting research at the 2016 Eastern Communication Association (ECA) convention in Baltimore, three Terp undergraduates will present their research at this important professional conference.
Tayler Schmidt will present her paper entitled “Studying the evolution of media framing and agenda setting through analyzing a variety of media outlets during the Eric Frein manhunt” on a panel about Media Representations and Mass Media Effects.
Nicole Coletti will present her paper entitled “Abolition and the Cult of Domesticity: The Rhetorical Strategy of a Free Black Woman” on a panel about Women, Feminism, & Rhetoric.
Emily Schaefer's poster, entitled “Asking for More Than More: Maria Stewart’s Revolutionary Take on the Black Jeremiad," will be presented during the competitive poster session.
All of these students are part of the James C. McCroskey and Virginia P. Richmond Undergraduate Scholars Conference at ECA. The conference will be held March 31-April 3 in Baltimore.