MY DOCTORAL STUDENTS

I have had the pleasure of advising wonderful students who have done and continute to do fascinating research in a variety of positions. Scroll through to see their work and check out their web pages.

Stephanie Dailey
Stephanie Dailey

UT Austin, College of Communication, 2014. Co-chair with Keri Stephens. Thesis: "What Happens Before Full-Time Employment? Internships as a Mechanism of Anticipatory Socialization." Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Texas State University.

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Carlos Rodriguez-Lluesma
Carlos Rodriguez-Lluesma

Stanford, Department of Management Science & Engineering, 2009. Thesis: "Structuring Emotion: Emotion as an Interface between Work and Organizational Structure." Associate Professor, Managing People in Organizations, IESE Business School, Madrid, Spain.

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Julie Gainsburg
Julie Gainsburg

Stanford, School of Education, 2003. Co-chair with Jim Greeno. Thesis: "The Mathematical Behavior of Structural Engineers." Chair, Department of Secondary Education, California State University, Northridge, CA.

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Stephanie Dailey
Stephanie Dailey

UT Austin, College of Communication, 2014. Co-chair with Keri Stephens. Thesis: "What Happens Before Full-Time Employment? Internships as a Mechanism of Anticipatory Socialization." Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Texas State University.

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