MA, Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (expected 2023) BA, Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2021)
Graduate Teaching Assistant – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Fall 2021-Present) COM 101 – Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Supplemental Instructor – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (August 2020-May 2021) Art 100 – American Art & Culture CRLA Advanced Certified Tutor
Researcher for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of Communication: Voices of Gun Violence Project (Fall 2019 – Present)
Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program
My research interests are centered on interpersonal and family communication. I take specific interest in the communication of one-child families, romantic relationship origin stories, discourse dependence, storytelling/personal narrative, and qualitative methods.
Outside of academia, I enjoy spending time with my cat Louie, being active in nature, expressing my creativity in various ways, and experiencing all that Milwaukee has to offer.
Duchow, S. & Gabryelczyk, K. (April 2021). Voices of Gun Violence, 13th Annual UWM Undergraduate Research Symposium https://sites.uwm.edu/undergrad-research-symposium-2021/2021/04/09/voices-of-gun-violence/
Gabryelczyk, K. (August 2020). The Gun Violence Project: Narratives of violence in Milwaukee, Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Summer Program Symposium