Jennifer Huynh Thi Anh Morrison

  • Biographical Description

    • Jennifer Huỳnh Thị Anh Morrison graduated with a doctoral degree in Communication and Culture from the department of Human Communication Studies.

      She is currently living in California and teaching communication courses in the department of Communication Studies at San José State University, San José, California.

      In 2003, she received her Master’s of Arts in Intercultural Communication from the department of Communication Studies at SJSU. Her master's thesis center around multiraciality and identity. Before her graduate work, she received her Bachelor’s of Arts in Speech Communication at SJSU.

      During her time at DU, Jennifer situated herself in and around graduate student issues. She held presidential positions in the Graduate Student Association Council (GSAC) and the Graduate Students of the Four Faculties (GSFF). She is an advocate and an ally for graduate students’ rights in addition to the rights of those who find themselves marginalized within institutional and community settings.

  • Professional Association Membership

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    • I took this picture my first quarter at DU.
      I took this picture my first quarter at DU.
  • Master's Thesis

    • Morrison, J.H.T.A. (2003). The invisible minorities: Identity construction of multiracial Asian Americans. Master Abstracts International, 42 (04), 1096. (UMI No. 1417491)
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