Dissertation

The Social Media Presidency (dissertation chair Ryan Barilleaux, work freely available here.)

Published and AcceptediPad Writing

“Improving Success, Increasing Access: Bringing HIPs to open enrollment institutions through WAC/WID” Across the Disciplines. (Vol 13, December 2016) (Read).

“Social Media and Politics” in American Political Culture (ABC-CLIO) April, 2015 (Amazon)

“Political Communication” in American Political Culture (ABC-CLIO) April, 2015 (Amazon)

“Collaborative Note Taking: the Impact of Cloud Computing on Classroom Performance,” International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Read).

Accepted and Forthcoming

“New Media and Its Impact” in Issues in American Politics (Cengage / Words and Numbers) Summer 2017.

Campaign Spending and the 2014 Florida’s Gubernatorial Race: A Research Note,” The Journal of Florida Studies, Accepted Forthcoming 2017.

Under ConsiderationOrndorff and Justice Thomas

“The Nomenclature of War,” Florida Journal of Communication.

Conference Presentations

Florida Society of Geographers: “Campaign Spending and the 2014 Florida’s Gubernatorial Race” 2016.

Florida Political Science Association: “The Nomenclature of War” 2014.

Southern Political Science Association: “Collaborative note-taking and student performance in political science” 2013.

Midwest Political Science Association: “The Social Media Presidency: Trends During the Obama Administration” 2011.

Commonwealth Security Studies Conference: Responses to Terrorism” 2010.

Under Construction

“Presidential Power in 128 Characters: Social Media Communication, Trump, and Postmodernism.”

“Rethinking Presidential Power in an Interconnected World.”