Burdick, Suzanne

Seeking Ph.D. in Interpersonal Communication

Email address: suzanneburdick@utexas.edu
Hometown: Portland, OR (though was born in CA and grew up in MN and WI)
B.A. Degree: Social Justice, Religion, & Spanish
M.A. Degree: Communication & Leadership

Current Research Interests: health communication, body talk, Latino/a community health, conflict mediation, gender/sexuality & communication
Faculty Advisor: Anita Vangelisti
Expected Graduation Date: May 2020

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Recovering Perfectionists Unite! presentation at Washington Association of Educators of the Talented and Gifted Annual Conference, 2013

Las necesidades sociales y emocionales de los niños dotatos (The Social and Emotional Needs of TAG Children), presentation in Spanish for the Oregon Association for the Talented and Gifted, 2012

Keeping the Core While Softening the Edges: the Journey from Perfectionism to Success, presentation at Oregon Association of the Talented and Gifted Annual Conference at Reed College, 2012

Pointer for Perfectionists, article published in the Oregon Association of the Talented and Gifted quarterly publication “A Different Drummer,” v. xxxiii, issue 3, 2012

Moody College of Communication Academic Fellowship, 2016-present

Gonzaga University Graduate Commencement Ceremony Speaker, 2015

Lambda Pi Eta Graduate Honors Society Member, 2012-present

Summa Cum Laude Graduate from Gonzaga University, 2014

Summa Cum Laude Graduate from Hamline University, 2006

Presidential Academic Scholarship Award, Hamline University 2002-2006

Piano Performance Award, Hamline University, 2002-2006

John Wesley Social Justice Scholars Fellowship, Hamline University 2004

Departmental Scholar Award, Religion Department, Hamline University, 2006