Hometown: Portland, OR
B.A. Degree: Communication Studies, Portland State University, 2016
M.A. Degree: Organizational Communication and Technology, University of Texas at Austin, 2019
Current research interests
: Jared T. Jensen is a PhD student in the Department of Communication Studies at The University of Texas at Austin, USA. His research explores the communication and power dynamics that emerge in organizing for creativity and innovation. His dissertation work examines Austin’s local music scene and the ways in which indie bands collaborate and navigate dominant social systems.
Faculty Advisor: Joshua B. Barbour
Projected graduation: Spring 2023
Jensen, J. T., Rolison, S. L., & Barbour, J. B. (under review). Temporal dominance: The communication design and control of activity cycles at work. Manuscript under review.
Barbour, J. B., Rolison, S. L., & Jensen, J. T. (under review). Professions, professionals, and professional work: Navigating the politics of expert and expertise difference. In M. L. Doerfel & Building inclusiveness in organizations, institutions, and communities: Communication theory perspectives: Routledge series in communication, organization, and organizing. Routledge.
Jensen, J. (2017). Interpreting Lincoln: Propaganda myths in film. Anthós, 8(1), 4. doi:10.15760/anthos.2017.34
Graduate School Recruitment Fellowship (PhD), University of Texas at Austin 2019-20
Graduate School Recruitment Fellowship (MA), University of Texas at Austin 2017-18
Graduated Magna Cum Laude, Portland State University 2016
Lambda Pi Eta Honors Society Inductee, Theta Nu Chapter, National Communication Association 2016