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Dissertation: study of how presidential campaigns use digital media for internal organization and voter mobilization.
Program exposes students to some of the best practices in starting and growing a business across different industries.
Thesis: study of how local campaigns use digital media for political mobilization.
Thesis: study of how young people in new democracies use digital media for political mobilization.
Program focuses on a wide range of communication professions including public relations, journalism (broadcast, print, and online), and information management.
Here is a sample of relevant courses I have taken at the University of Washington.
- R Programming
- Fieldwork Research
- Methods of Inquiry
- Introduction to Statistics
- Advanced Statistical Methods in Communication
- Science, Technology, and Public Policy
- Political Communication
- Theories of Technology and Society
- Communication Theory
- Technology and Development in Africa
- Liberation Technology
- Foundations of Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurial Strategy
- Entrepreneurial Finance
- Venture Capital
- Business Plan Practicuum
- Entrepreneurial Marketing
- Visual Communication
- Design Research
A bit of fun 🙂
- Folk Dance
2016: Chester Fritz International Research and Study Fellowship, University of Washington Graduate School
2016: Peter Clarke Research Grant, Department of Communication, University of Washington
2015: Mortar Board Jones Campbell Scholarship, University of Washington
2014: Visiting Predoctoral Fellowship, School of Public Policy, Central European University, Budapest
2014: Travel Grant, Graduate and Professional Student Senate, University of Washington
2014: Ottenberg-Winans Fellowship, Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington
2014: Research Grant, Department of Communication, University of Washington Joint Faculty Research Grant with Prof. Philip Howard, University of Washington
2012: Fieldwork Research Grant, University of Oxford
2011: Eni Scholarship, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford