Senior Seminar presentations are the culmination of two semesters of work on the part of Communications seniors, beginning in COM 488 – Senior Seminar I and continuing in COM 490 – Senior Seminar II. Communications majors are required to complete a thesis project that includes original research. In addition to these oral presentations, seniors submit a 25 to 40-page written version of their thesis project. This capstone experience of their time as Communications majors at Molloy College signals their achievements in research, speaking, writing, and analytical thinking.
Anna Russell- The Boss Will See You Now: The #Metoo Movement
Danielle Pilla – Hold Your Horses! The Equestrian Bond
Maria Levantis- How to Get Away with Fair Representation: Television Portrayals of Same Sex Relationships
Liam Turner- From Loss Aversion to World Series Rings: General Managers in Baseball
Matthew Considine- Ethics, Lies, and Videotape: Cable News Coverage on Family Separation Policy
Tara Burns- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Dancers Connecting with Audiences
Meghan Bevan– Hell Hath No Fury: Female Action Heroes and Anger
Yanerys Marmol- Follow @TopLatinaCelebrities: #GivingBack
Cayla Gaimaro- Fashion and Feminism: More than Meets the Eye
Julissa Vasquez- Oh, the Places You’ll Go: Latinos in the U.S.
Lola Agboola- A Lesson in Learning: Elementary Engineers
Carey Browne- Leave Me Alone: Personalized Advertising on Social Media
Brendan Butler- Hit Me with Your Best Shot: The Aesthetics of Violence in Action Films