RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

Research assistants are an essential and valued part of Chronos Lab and facilitate many aspects of the research process. Most team members are students in the School of Communication with varied areas of interest in the field of communication and technology.

Lindsey Archipley

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Lindsey joined the lab in Autumn 2018.

She is a third-year undergraduate student in New Media and Communication Technology slated to graduate in December 2019. In her free time, she enjoys painting, swimming, and watching Netflix. She looks forward to participating in the Chronos Lab team!


Joshua Berry

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Josh joined the lab in Spring 2018.

He is a fourth-year undergraduate student in New Media and Communication Technology, slated for graduation in December 2018. In his free time, he loves to play video games and spend time outside. Josh has enjoyed participating and growing with the Chronos Lab team!


Alexis Burgett

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Alexis joined the lab in Summer 2018.

She is an undergraduate student in New Media & Communication Technology slated to graduate in Autumn 2019. Her passion is creative copy. In her free time, she enjoys nerd-ing out over comics and video games, as well as exploring new places with her friends.


Thomas Ferguson

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Thom joined the lab in Summer 2018.

He is an undergraduate in New Media & Communication Technology, graduating in December 2018. He is building a career in UX design. In his free time, he enjoys playing hockey, the outdoors, coffee, and podcasts. 


Jenny Mai

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Jenny joined the lab in Spring 2018.

She is a fourth-year undergraduate student studying communication analysis and practice. As an undergraduate, she is interested in studying gender and identity in media. In addition to research, she is involved with the HeforShe movement on campus and the student led multimedia organization, Afroduck Studios. During her free time, she enjoys listening to podcasts, taking photos, and going on long walks.


Diego Villares

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Diego joined the lab in Summer 2018.

He is an undergraduate in New Media & Communication Technology, slated to graduate in Spring 2019. He is pursuing a minor in Computer & Information Sciences. In his free time, he enjoys participating in local government, programming, and finding new songs to play on the guitar.