Email Address: email@example.com
Hometown: Tianjin, China
B.A. Degree: International Journalism and Communication, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China, 2013
M.A. Degree: Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., US, 2021; International Journalism (Broadcast), Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 2014
Current Research Interests: Mixed Methods Research, Patient-Centered Communication, Health-Related Messaging Strategies
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Erin Donovan
Projected Graduation Date: Spring 2025
Wang, F. (September, 2022). Building a Religion-Based Semantic Profile for an Anti-Vaccine Community in Pandemic. Poster Presented at the 2022 Organizational Communication Mini-Conference, Austin, TX.
Wang, F. (March, 2022). Sharing (Mis)Information: A Social Network Analysis on Vaccine-Related URLs on Twitter During COVID-19. Poster Presented at the 20th Annual St. David’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research in Underserved Populations (CHPR) Conference, Austin, TX.
Turner, J. W., Robinson, J. D., Toman, R. B., Wang, F., Roett., M. (November, 2021). Patient Excuses: A Critical Window into the Patient Experience. Paper Presented at the 107th Annual National Communication Association Convention, Seattle, Washington.
Wang, F. (October, 2021). Exploring the Use of Social Media as a Platform to Persuade the Public during COVID-19: A Comparative Study of the US and China. Poster Presented at 2021 International Conference on Communication in Healthcare (going virtual due to COVID-19). [Recipient of Humanities and Social Sciences Scholarship Award]
Wang, F. (July, 2021). Misinformation in Public Health Crisis: A Social Network Analysis on Vaccine-Related URLs on Twitter during COVID-19. Paper Presented at 2021 Biennial World Communication Association Conference (going virtual due to COVID-19). [Recipient of Park Presentation Award]
Wang, F., Turner, J. W., & Robinson, J. D. (March, 2021). Embracing New Normal: A Longitudinal Study for Comparing Governmental Messaging Strategies between the US and China During COVID-19. Paper Presented at AEJMC Midwinter Conference, (going virtual due to COVID-19).
Wang, F. (March, 2021). Government Messaging Strategies of Health Providers’ Narratives during COVID-19: A Simplified Chinese LIWC Analysis on Weibo Data. Paper Presented at Northeast Modern Language Association's Annual Convention, (going virtual due to COVID-19).
Turner, J. W., Robinson, J. D., & Wang, F. (November, 2020). Managing Attentional Social Presence? Lessons from the Kardashians. Paper Presented at the 106th annual National Communication Association Convention, (going virtual due to COVID-19).
Turner, J. W., & Wang, F. (March, 2020). Wikipedia as a Canvas for Communication Theories. Presentation Prepared for the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Cambridge, MA.
Turner, J. W., Wang, F., & Robinson, J. D. (2023). Stories or directives: A cross cultural comparison of governmental messages to their constituents during Covid-19. Health Communication, 38(6), 1224–1231. https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2021.1996912
Wang, F. (2022). Governmental persuasion strategies on social media during Covid-19: A comparative study of the US and China. Hatfield Graduate Journal of Public Affairs, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.15760/hgjpa.2021.6.8
Turner, J. W., Robinson, J. D., Toman, R. E. B., Wang, F., & Roett, M. (2022). Patient accounts for nonadherence: A critical window into the patient experience. Patient Education and Counseling, 105(9), 2934–2939. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2022.05.010
Wang, F. (2022). Sharing (mis)information: a social network analysis on vaccine-related URLs on Twitter during COVID-19. Gnovis: A Journal of Communication, Culture, and Technology, 22(1), 4-29. https://doi.org/10.57928/95kk-8443
Wang, F. (2021). Cancer celebrities on Twitter: a social network analysis on the openness of privacy. Gnovis: A Journal of Communication, Culture, and Technology, 21(1), 17-42.
Turner, J. W., Wang, F., & Reinsch, N. L., Jr. (2020). How to be socially present when the class becomes “suddenly distant”. Journal of Literacy and Technology, 21(2), 76-101.
2021 – 2025 Graduate School Fellowship Stipend, The University of Texas at Austin
2021 – 2025 Provost and Moody Fellowship Supplement, The University of Texas at Austin
2022 Professional Development Award, The University of Texas at Austin
2022 CommSGC Supplemental Research or Travel Award, The University of Texas at Austin
2021 Professional Development Award, The University of Texas at Austin
2021 ICCH Humanities and Social Sciences Scholarship Award, Academy of Communication in Healthcare
2021 Park Presentation Award, World Communication Association
2021 GradGov Research Project Award, Georgetown University
2020 Conference Travel Grant, Georgetown University