Gao, Qingyan

Seeking Ph.D. in Interpersonal Communication

Email Addressgqy@utexas.edu
Hometown: Nanjing, China
B.A. Degree: Communication-Mass Media, University of Missouri
M.A. Degree: Advertising, University of Texas at Austin
 
Current research interests: stigma/marginalization, LGBT family communication, health communication, consumer psychology, emotion, motivation, message framing.
 
Projected Graduation: May 2022
First Semester Mentor: Dr. René Dailey
 

Gao, Q. (2019). The impact of family of origin family communication patterns on stress coping styles in stigmatized relationships. Presented at National Communication Association (NCA), Baltimore, MD.

Gao, Q. & Pounders, K. (2018). The interplay between goal framing and message framing in advocating sunscreen use. Presented at Society for Marketing Advances (SMA), West Palm Beach, FL.

Gao, Q., Pounders, K. (2018). The Interplay between goal framing and message framing in advocating sunscreen use.

Graduate Student Travel Award by Division of Diversity and Community Engagement. The University of Texas at Austin, 2020

General ISSS Financial Aid Award, The University of Texas at Austin. 2019-2020 & 2018-2019

Best Paper Award, Society of Marketing Advances Conference. West Palm Beach, FL, 2018

Outstanding Senior in Mass Media Award. University of Missouri, 2016