• Mentoring & the Language of Cancer

    Both research and practice wise I am interested in mentoring and its implications for student success. I also study the language of cancer - that is, the ways in which we talk about cancer (or not) and how that impacts various patient outcomes, medical professionals-patient interactions, and various family dynamics.


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    Online undergraduate students' perceptions of e-mentoring

    This project examines what individual characteristics may influence online undergraduate students’ perceptions of e-mentoring and their engagement in e-mentoring opportunities and relationships.

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    Mentoring online students during the COVID-19 pandemic

    This project examines how mentoring relationships changed during the COVID-19 pandemic for online undergraduate students and looks at various factors that might have influenced that.


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    The language of cancer

    This project aims to examine how do we talk (or not) about cancer and what does that mean for various domains such as cancer risk communications, or doctor-patient communication.

  • academic work - Talks and poster presentations

    A small collection of talks and posters

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    E-mentoring College Students: Combining Scientific Mentoring With Professional Development Sessions For Student Success

    Presentation PDF DOWNLOAD

    During Summer 2020, we have developed a new mentoring program in the Cooperation and Conflict Lab at ASU. This program combines scientific mentoring with professional development sessions and 1:1 mentoring meetings with undergraduate students. This poster briefly describes the program and it has been presented at the NASPA Western Regional Conference, November 2020.


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    Mentoring in the Apocalypse: Using Technology as a Tool for Mentoring College Students

    Watch the short talk here

    This is a 90-second talk presented at the 2nd Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting in October 2020. Here, I briefly touch on the importance of mentoring for college students and suggest potential platforms for mentoring engagement.

  • academic work - media projects

    A small collection of media projects created during my M.Ed studies

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    EDU 630 - Who Are Your Students?

    Course proposal DOWNLOAD & Syllabus DOWNLOAD

    For my final project in the College Teaching class, I have developed a graduate course proposal. The proposed course is titled "Special Topics in Education: Who Are Your Students?" You can download the course proposal and the syllabus by clicking on the download buttons above.


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    Hunger and Homelessness in College

    Infographic DOWNLOAD

    While learning about Higher Education in the U.S., I created an infographic on hunger and homelessness among college students. This is a wide-spread issue across the country's college population and it finally starts to get some traction and attention. My inspiration and major source of information for this project was Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab and her HOPE Center. Learn more about the center and their work here.