Educator. PARTNER.  FATHER. ACTIVIST

David Leon Stamps II
Department of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara
www.DavidLStamps.com | davidstamps@umail.ucsb.edu
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Education    

        Ph.D. Communication
        University of California, Santa Barbara | June 2019 (expected)
        Advisor: Dr. Dana Mastro
        Emphasis: media effects, race/ethnicity, entertainment media, underrepresented             student inclusion           in higher education

        M.A. Mass Communication
        California State University, Northridge | May 2016
        Advisor: Dr. Melissa Wall
        Thesis: #WeMatterProject: An Exploration of the Black Lives Matter Movement, its successes, and the impact         of social media on Black identity 

        B.A. Media Management
        Columbia College Chicago | May 2003
        Distinctions: Summa Cum Laude
        Emphasis: media studies, grant writing, and public relations

        Research: Media Stereotyping, Race/Ethnicity Studies, Mass Media Effects, Prosocial & Counter-Stereotypical         Media Depictions

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Academic Employment
        2016 -         Teaching Assistant
                University of California, Santa Barbara
        2014-2016    Graduate Assistant
                California State University, Northridge
        2005-2006    Teaching Associate
                California State University, Northridge

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Publications

1.    Mastro, D. & Stamps, D. (in-press). An Examination of Racial/Ethnic Inclusion in the Media and the Implications of Exposure on Audiences. In. P. Napoli (Eds.), Mediated Communication. De Gruyter Mouton Publications. 

2.    Stamps, D. (2017). The social construction of the African American family on broadcast television: A comparative content analysis of The Cosby Show and Blackish. Howard Journal of Communications. DOI:10.1080/10646175.2017.1315688


3.    Chang, E., & Stamps, D. (2017). Characterization of teen SNS usage in entertainment media. In Consumer Electronics (ICCE), 76-77. IEEE.
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Publications Under Review

1.     Figueroa-Caballero, A., Mastro, D. & Stamps, D. An Examination of the Effects of Mediated Intragroup and Intergroup Interactions. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.

2.     Stamps, D. An Intersectional Perspective on Race and Class Representation within the             #BlackLivesMatter Movement. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 

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Conference Presentations


1.     Figueroa-Caballero, A., Mastro, D., & Stamps, D. (2017, November). An Examination of the Effects of Mediated Intragroup and Intergroup Interactions. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Dallas, TX.

2.     Dixon, T.L., Josey, C., Smith, M., Stamps, D., & Linz, D. (2017, November). Internet News Consumption and Media Stereotyping: Implications for the Socially Mediated Stereotyping Model. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Dallas, TX.

3.     Stamps, D. (2017, November). An Intersectional Perspective on Race and Class Representation within the #BlackLivesMatter Movement. Paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Dallas, TX.


4.     Chang, E., & Stamps, D. (2017). Characterization of teen SNS usage in entertainment media. Presentation at the 2017 IEEE International Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

5.    Stamps, D. (2016, May). #WeMatterProject: An Exploration of the Black Lives Matter Movement, its successes and the impact of social media with regards to Black identity. Presentation at the SSRIC Social Science Symposium, San Diego, CA.     

6.     Stamps, D. (2016, April). Entertainment Media's Perception of SNS use among teenagers. Paper presented at the CSU State-Wide 30th Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium, Bakersfield, CA.


7.     Stamps, D. (2016, February). Entertainment Media's Perception of SNS use among teenagers. Paper presented at the CSUN 20th Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

8.     Stamps, D. (2015, November). The social construction of the African American family on broadcast television: A comparative content analysis of The Cosby Show and Blackish. Paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Cultural Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

9.     Stamps, D. (2015, October). P is for pornography: Exploring PornHub’s entry into mainstream advertising and the media’s coverage of porn being publicized in public places. Paper presented at the USC Critical Studies Graduate Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

10.     Stamps, D. (2015, April). The St. Louis American: Digital content analysis of Ferguson coverage. Paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

11.     Stamps, D. (2015, February). Children and Technology: Comparing media coverage and exploring the hype and fear of children using tablets. Paper presented at the CSUN 19th Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

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Awards
 2017    Dixon-Levy Service Award, Honorable Mention
            Graduate Student Association, UCSB
 2016    Mass Communication Graduate Portfolio Award
            Mike Curb College of Media and Communication, CSUN    [$4,000]
 2016    20th Annual Research Symposium Award
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN                                   [$200]
 2015    Graduate Equity Fellowship
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN                                   [$4,000]
 2015    CSU Trustee Award Finalist
            CSU Trustees Board of Directors                                      [$5,750]
 2015    Dean’s Recognition Award
            Mike Curb College of Media and Communication, CSUN    [$500]
 2015    20th Annual Research Symposium Award
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN                                   [$200]
 2014    Pearl S. Simmons Scholar    
            Office of Financial Aid, CSUN                                         [$1,000]

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Grants & Fellowships
 2017    Kennedy/Graves Research Fellowship
            Black Studies/Academic Initiatives, UCSB                        [$1,250]
 2016    Thesis Support Grant
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN                                   [$400]
 2016    Graduate Studies Research Travel Grant
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN                                   [$400]
 2016    Associated Students Research Travel Grant
            Associated Students, CSUN                                             [$600]
 2015    CSUN University Support Grant
            Office of Financial Aid, CSUN                                         [$2,500]
 2015    Associated Students Research Travel Grant
            Associated Students, CSUN                                             [$600]

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Teaching History
University of California, Santa Barbara

    Quarter        Course            Title
    Summer 2017  INT 95         The Modern Research University
    Spring 2017    COMM 1        Introduction to Communication
    Winter 2017   COMM 87      Introduction to Statistics
    Fall 2016        COMM 89      Communication Theory    

California State University, Northridge

    Semester        Course         Title
    Spring 2016    MGT 360       Management and Organizational Behavior
    Fall 2015       MGT 360       Management and Organizational Behavior
    Spring 2015    MGT 360       Management and Organizational Behavior
    Spring 2006    KIN 141        Jazz Dance
    Spring 2006    KIN 139        Ballet I
    Spring 2006    KIN 126        Strength Training
    Fall 2005        KIN 141        Jazz Dance
    Fall 2005        KIN 139        Ballet I
    Fall 2005        KIN 126        Strength Training

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Guest Lectures/Panelist

2017     Student Success Conference, Invited Panelist
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN
2017     Sampling Methods, Invited Lecturer
            COMM 87 - Introduction to Statistics, Dr. Rene Weber
2016     Agenda Setting/Media Framing, Invited Lecturer
            COMM 89 - Communication Theory, Dr. Anna-Laura Jansma
2016     Communication Career Panel, Invited Panelist
            UCSB Communication Association
2016     Advancement to Graduate Education Conference, Invited Panelist
            Office of Graduate Studies, CSUN
2016     #OscarsSoWhite and Digital Activism, Invited Speaker
            First Amendment Forum, CSUN

2015     J2H Journalism and Public Relations Workshop, Invited Speaker
            Mike Curb College of Media and Communication, CSUN

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Service

    2017-        President, UCSB Graduate Student Association
    2016-        Research Mentor, UCSB Summer Sessions Research Mentor Program
    2016-        Graduate Student Assistant, UCSB ONDAS Student Center
    2016-2017    Graduate Student Program Assistant, Black Student Engagement Program
    2016-2017    First Year Representative, Graduate Student Advisory Committee 
    2016-2017    President, UCSB Black Graduate Student Association
    2016-2017    Mentor, UCSB Black Student Resource Committee

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Professional Associations

    2017-        International Communication Association
    2016-        Critical Mixed Race Association
    2015-2016    Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association
    2015-2016    National Association of Black Journalists
    2015-2016    Broadcast Education AssociationType your paragraph here.

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