Amnee Elkhalid (BA, 2016; MA, 2018) was recently awarded a research grant from the Rebecca Verser & Alumni Graduate Student Support fund at the University of Missouri to expand her research of refugee experiences. Elkhalid is planning on visiting Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon next year as part of this research.
Hammonds and Anderson-Lain utilize a case study approach to examine ways in which comics and graphic narratives can be used to provide context within which undergraduate students may theorize about culture.
UNT MS alumnus David Register has his work showcased in PBS Documentary, College Behind Bars. He spends hours each week working with incarcerated students to help them excel in debate and other academics.
The National Communication Association believed this prestigious award was fitting for Dr. Allison's dedication and contribution to the craft over his entire career. We are grateful and proud of his service to our department and to our students.
Lain and Anderson-Lain explore the connection between debate and civic engagement though an examination of the influence of summer debate camp on 239 middle school and high school students. This research was born out of the success of the UNT Debate summer Program the Mean Green Workshops.