Monthly Archives: March 2014

Brent Simoneaux, ABD

 Brent SimoneauxCongratulations to Brent Simoneaux, who successfully passed his doctoral exams on February 14, 2014. He will begin working on his dissertation this semester, titled Writing Elsewhere: Sexual Literacies, Technologies, and Queer South Identities. His committee includes Chris Anson, Will Banks (East Carolina University) Susan Miller-Cochran (chair), Nick Taylor, and Steve Wiley.

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Ashley R. Kelly, PhD

A screenshot of the Richter scale when Ashley sets down her 500-page dissertation tome.

A screenshot of the Richter scale in various cities across the world Ashley sets down her ~500-page dissertation tome. Or maybe it’s the Japanese earthquake that is the focus of the citizen scientists Ashley studied.

The CRDM blog is happy to congratulate Ashley on successfully passing her dissertation, titled “Hacking Science: Emerging Parascientific Genres and Public Participation in Scientific Research.” Her committee members are Carolyn Miller (chair), Nancy Penrose, and Bill Kinsella, all at NC State, and Jordynn Jack at UNC-Chapel Hill and Randy Harris at the University of Waterloo, Ontario.

Dr. Kelly is the latest addition to the distinguished (and well-employed) ranks of CRDM alumni. She will join the faculty at Purdue in the Brian Lamb School of Communication as an Assistant Professor. Congratulations, Ashley!

Purdue

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