I’m more than a little embarrassed that it’s been so long since I’ve posted anything substantial. I got caught up in my last semester of master’s studies. On the bright side, that means I have new and interesting visual rhetoric news to report. I finished a portfolio rather than a thesis to earn my master’s, which means I was able to utilize visibility in a way that would not have been possible otherwise. I’m so impressed with ISU for allowing this option. I’m continuing to research in the areas it highlights and so am always interested in constructive feedback.
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