Makenzie Schroeder is a M.A. student in the Department of Communication. She received a B.A. in communication and political science from the University of Michigan-Flint. She currently teaches COMM 1200 — Public Speaking.
Makenzie’s research focuses on mediated communication, identity, and diversity. However, her research often intersects with other areas of study, including political and health communication. Specifically, she is interested in exploring stereotypes perpetuated by media, and how the portrayal of different identities leads their treatment within society.