Vanessa Bouché's research is at the intersection of political psychology and public policy, with a particular focus on human trafficking.
American PoliticsPublic PolicyHuman Trafficking, Domestic and TransnationalHuman TraffickingWomen & PoliticsIdentity PoliticsPolitical PsychologyPublic OpinionAmerica and Texas Government
Naomi Ekas's research program utilizes a developmental psychology approach to understanding children’s social and emotional development.
Marital ConflictEmerging AdulthoodParentingEmotion RegulationCaregiver Care for Families with AutismAutismEarly Infant Development (Birth to Age 3)Emotional DevelopmentAdolescenceCollege StudentsMarital Relationship
Melita Garza’s areas of expertise include journalism history, diversity, businesses and economic news and literary journalism.
Media LiteracyFake NewsJournalism HistoryLiterary JournalismDiversityBusinesses and Economic NewsEnglish- and Spanish-language newsThe Media and Civil RightsImmigration
Kylo-Patrick R. Hart teaches courses in film and television history, theory and criticism; film screenwriting; and queer media studies.
StardomPopular CultureInternational CinemasMasculinity and Sexual Orientation in Film and EntertainmentMedia Representations of HIV/AIDSQueer Media Studies
Jacqueline Lambiase has consulted or spoken to groups about earning their share of discussion in social media and public relations.
teaching female political candidates in Texas how to tell their storyPublic Relations EthicsRepresentations of Gender and Sexuality in Media and Marketing