CV

Note: Journal and conference submissions that are under review are not included in this list. For a complete CV that includes manuscripts that are under review (which currently includes 6 additional papers), please email me at mmeyer1@live.unc.edu.

Refereed Publications

Meyer, M. (2019). The Impact of Social Media on Non-Monosexuals’ Responses to Discrimination: A Co-Cultural Approach. Social Media and Society, 5(1). 

Invited Publications

Nazir, A., Zimmerman, S. & Meyer, M.L. (2019). No one cares when planes don’t crash: The message for long-term care. JAMDA, The Journal of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine, 20(5), 583.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Meyer, M.L. (2019, August). “Hostile Media Bias and the Third-Person Effect in Film and Television.” Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference, Toronto, ON. 

Meyer, M.L. (2019, May). “‘Technology Can’t Replace Talent’: The Evolving Role of the Casting Director in the Digital Age.” Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

Austin, A., Guidry, J. & Meyer, M.L. (2019, May). “#GunViolence on Instagram and Twitter: Examining social media advocacy in the wake of the Parkland school shooting.” Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

Kim, D.H., Cabosky, J., & Meyer, M.L. (2019, March). “Myself in Snapchat vs. Instagram: The interactive effect of users’ self-construal and their SNS uses related to the efficacy of advertisement.” Presented at the American Academy of Advertising Annual Conference, Dallas, TX. 

Meyer, M.L. (2019, March). “Hostile Media Bias and the Third-Person Effect in Film and Television.” Presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Southeast Colloquium, Columbia, SC. 

Meyer, M.L. (2018, May). “The Impact of Social Media on Non-Monosexuals’ Responses to Discrimination: A Co-Cultural Approach.” Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Meyer, M.L., Kuang, J.C., Brown, D. (2017, May). “Following the Unfollowed: Non-Monosexual Identity Navigation Through Social Media,” Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Conference, San Diego, California. 

Meyer, M.L., Kuang, J.C., Masterson, A. (2016, April). “Broadcast Yourselves: Exploring Racial and Gender Diversity on Streamy-Nominated YouTube Vlogs,” Presented at the Broadcast and Education Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Teaching

Instructor of Record – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

MEJO 141, Media Ethics |Summer Session II 2019 | Spring 2019 | Fall 2018

Instructional Associate – Syracuse University 

COM 505, Communications Law for Journalists | Professor Roy Gutterman | Spring 2017

COM 107, Communications and Society | Professor Soojin Roh and Professor Soyoung Jung | Spring 2017

Teaching Project Assistant – Syracuse University

COM 101, Practical Grammar for Public Communications | Fall 2015

Undergraduate Student Assistant – Ithaca College

ITAL 101, Elementary Italian I | Spring 2008 | Fall 2007

Guest Lectures

“Evaluation and Measurement in Public Relations Research,” MEJO 137, Principles of Advertising and Public Relations | Professor Jordan Morehouse | Fall 2019

“The Ethical Considerations of Television Casting,” MEJO 141, Media Ethics | Dr. Rhonda Gibson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | Fall 2017, Fall 2018

“Gender Representation in the Media,” COM 107, Communications and Society | Professor Soojin Roh and Professor Soyoung Jung, Syracuse University | Spring 2016

Awards and Fellowships

Roy H. Park Doctoral Fellowship 2018 – 2020 | School of Media and Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Doctoral Merit Assistantship 2017 – 2018 | The Graduate School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Service

Service to UNC School of Media and Journalism

Treasurer | Graduate Student Association for the School of Media and Journalism |2017-2018 

Senator | Graduate and Professional Student Federation  | 2017-2018 

Events Organized

Workshop co-organizer, presenter | Implicit Bias Training for Coulture Magazine | August 2019

Co-organizer, moderator | “Thriving while female: Discussing life as women in early-career academia.” Research Roundtable event at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | April 2019

Co-organizer, moderator | “Interdisciplinary Research in the Social Sciences.” Research Roundtable event at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | October 2018

Related Professional Experience

JAMDA, The Journal of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine  | Editors’ Assistant | 2018 – Current

CT Partners | Administrative Assistant (contract) | 2014

Fox Broadcasting Company | Casting Assistant (contract) | 2013

Sciarabba Walker & Co., LLP | Marketing Coordinator, 2012 – 2013 | Administrative Assistant, 2011 – 2012 

Julie Tucker Casting | Intern | 2008

Media Relations at Ithaca College | Student Assistant | 2006-2008