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Jessica Kahlow

Research Assistant
Communication
 Johnston Hall 323A

Education

PhD, Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2021 (expected)
MA, Public Administration, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2016
BA, Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2014

Research Interests

New media in interpersonal and organizational communication.

Courses Taught

COMM 105:  Business and Professional Communication
COMM 313:  Human Communication and Technology

Professional Experience

Writing Center Program Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Oshkosh WI

Conference Presentations

Kahlow, J. & Jenkins, E. M. (November 2019). Emerging Adults’ Motivations for Sexting on New Media: A communication privacy management perspective. Paper presented as a part of the panel by Jenkins, E. M., Speno, A., Kahlow, J., Richards, R., Coker, M. C., Srivastava, S. A. The future for intimate partners looks (potentially) bright: Harnessing the positive aspects of sexting for survival of intimate partners and the sexual self. Paper panel in the Human Communication and Technology Division at the National Communication Association, Baltimore, MD.

Kahlow, J., Coker, M. C., & Richards, R. (November 2019). Snapchat is multimodal: A daily diary examination of closeness in interpersonal relationships. Human Communication and Technology Division at the National Communication Association, Baltimore, MD.

Kahlow, J. (November 2019). Using communicative acts to move forward during incarceration: An examination of an incarcerated mother’s letters to her daughter. Family Communication Division at the National Communication Association, Baltimore, MD.

Kahlow, J. (April 2019). “Since U Been Gone”: Relational maintenance in long-distance relationships. Paper presented as a part of the panel by Jenkins, E. M., Richards, R., Kahlow, J., Eddington, S. M., & Srivastava, S. A. “Will you love me, even with my dark side?” The helpful AND hurtful aspects of intimate partner computer-mediated communication. Paper panel presented for the Interpersonal and Family Communication Interest Group at the Central States Communication Association, Omaha, NE.

Kahlow, J. (November 2018). Aggregating public opinion on social media: A meta-analysis on election outcomes. National Communication Association (NCA) Conference, Public Relations Division, Salt Lake City, UT.

Kahlow, J. & Klecka, H. (November 2018). Conflict management and social processes in online groups. National Communication Association (NCA) Conference, Group Communication Division, Salt Lake City, UT.

Kahlow, J. & Mueller, C. (April 2015). Mining the data: What answers and insights can data provide? Wisconsin Learning Assistance Network (WLAN), Oshkosh, WI.