United States of America
School of Communication
Tatevik Sargsyan’s research interest is the influence of media technologies on young people’s political behavior, engagement/disengagement from civic life, and perceptions of dutiful citizenship. In her native Armenia, Tatevik worked for a USAID funded program where she managed election initiatives and implemented projects geared towards media independence, professional and financial development, and on-line presence. Tatevik also has experience in executing polling and marketing projects, reporting for magazines, and teaching. She taught oral Italian and Russian at Fairfield University and worked as a TA of an internet culture course at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for four semesters. Tatevik has a Diploma in English and Italian from Yerevan State Linguistic University and a Master’s degree in Media Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.