B.A. Degree: Sociology, Saint Edwards University, 2012
M.A. Degree: Communication Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 2020
Current Research Interests: I use mixed methods to explore communication dynamics within contexts of social support-seeking. I am particularly interested in how power operates in contexts where support-seekers are experiencing chronic and extreme stressors. My work also explores decisions individuals make about their relationships as processes embedded within the context of individuals' larger social networks.
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.
Moody College of Communication Graduate School Fellowship (2020 – 2024)
Moody College of Communication Provost Fellowship (2020 – 2024)
Roderick P. Hart Student Achievement Award (2020)
Center for Health Communication Scholars Program Grant Recipient (2019)