Other research opportunities with Prof. Fowler and the Wesleyan Media Project have occurred through thesis tutorials, group tutorials and summer apprenticeships with the Quantitative Analysis Center.
Students interested in working with the Wesleyan Media Project should write to WMP Project Coordinator Colleen Bogucki (cbogucki – at – wesleyan.edu) to be put on the contact list for future opportunities.
Publications with students or former students:
- Fowler, Erika Franklin, Courtney H. Laermer**, Laura M. Baum and Sarah E. Gollust. May 5, 2017. “This is what Americans will really dislike about the House ‘Trumpcare’ bill.” The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage. [**Wesleyan senior and honors thesis advisee].
- Motta, Matthew P.* and Erika Franklin Fowler. Dec 2016. “The Content and Effect of Political Advertising in U.S. Campaigns.” Politics: Oxford Research Encyclopedias. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.21. [*Former student]
- Gollust, Sarah E., Laura Attansio, Amanda M. Dempsey, Allison Benson** and Erika Franklin Fowler. 2013. “Political and News Media Factors Shaping Public Awareness of the HPV Vaccine.” Women’s Health Issues 23(3): 143-151. [**Wesleyan student when analysis began].