My 2010 Master's thesis on how when compared with other news media transcripts, The Daily Show was rated as equally credible to other broadcast news outlets when participants did not know the sources. When sources were known, The Daily Show was not rated as less credible, inferring that no preconceived bias against the show’s credibility exists. In addition, political affiliation, age and gender were not significant in determining a person’s perceived credibility of the satirical news leader. Published by Baylor University. LINK
Wilt Chamberlain's 10 Most Unbreakable Records
A feature story utilizing the StatMuse platform to highlight the monumental statistical achievements of NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain. Published by StatMuse on their Musings blog. A content marketing piece meant to highlight the capabilities of the StatMuse platform. LINK
Sea Turtle Press Release
A press release I wrote for Moody Gardens that was sent to hundreds of media outlets in their distribution list.
Rice Business Plan Competition Press Release
A press release I wrote for Baylor University's Hankhamer School of Business that was distributed to their news and academic publication contacts.
Front Page Story
An example of one of several articles I wrote for the Waco Tribune-Herald (their website currently does not have archives available to the public)
Engaging Undergrads in Research Opportunities
An article I wrote for Baylor Business Review magazine. LINK