I joined the NDSU Department of Communication in 2008, after completing my Ph.D. at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. I received my B.A. from Carroll College and my M.A. from Wake Forest University.
My research focuses on rhetorical aspects of technology, with a focus on emerging technologies and identity in public culture. I am particularly interested in how these technologies challenge boundaries between private and public life. I also study how digital media are reshaping classroom practices and communication pedagogy.
You can drop me a line here: carrieanne [dot] platt [at] ndsu [dot] edu