Hazlett, Abigail

Seeking M.A. in Interpersonal Communication
Hometown: Austin, Texas
B.A. Degree: B.A. Sociology, St. Edward's University
 
Current research interests: Language and Cognition, Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication, Relational Models of Trauma Recovery, Dyads in High-Demand Groups
 
First Semester Mentor: Anita Vangelisti
 
Projected graduation: Spring 2020

Dalgleish-Hazlett, A., & Brass, C. (2018) The "Power and Control Wheel": Its contributions to understanding abusive group relationships presentation at International Cultic Studies Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Brass, C., & Dalgleish-Hazlett, A. (2016) Cliques, crooks & cults: Understanding power and control as shared core components of abusive social organizations and relationships presentation at International Cultic Studies Association Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas.

Dalgleish-Hazlett, A., Fry, A., & Carillo, D. (2012) Impacting change through grassroots activism presentation at Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas.

Dalgleish-Hazlett, A. (2012) Clergy knowledge of sexual violence paper presentation at Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creativity (SOURCE), St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas.

Kozmetsky Center for Excellence in Global Finance Mentorship Program Participant 

St. Edward's University Faculty Scholarship Award Winner

St. Edward's University B.S.S. Student Research Award Nominee