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Curriculum Vitae
Patrick F Merle
February 01, 2016

General Information
University address: Public Relations
Communication
College of Communication and Information
University Center Building C3100
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2664
Phone: 8506448773

E-mail address: pmerle@fsu.edu


Web site: http://patrickmerle.com

Professional Preparation
2013 Ph.D, TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY. Major: Media & Communication. Supervisor: Coy Callison, Ph.D.
Unspecified Name. (2013). Political aptitude: A Pas de Deux with Agenda-Setting? Unpublished doctoral dissertation, TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY.
1998 Post Master's Degree, Institut Français de Presse, Paris, France. Major: Journalism and Mass Communication. Supervisor: Remy Rieffel, Ph.D.
Unspecified Name. (1998). The American Correspondents in Paris: Study of an Elite. Unpublished master's thesis, Institut Français de Presse, Paris, France.
1997 MA, Université Pierre Mendès France, Grenoble, France. Major: History.
Unspecified Name. (1997). John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Visit to Ireland in June 1963. Unpublished master's thesis, Université Pierre Mendès France, Grenoble, France.
1996 Bachelor of Arts, Université Pierre Mendès France (UPMF), Grenoble, France. Major: History.

Professional Experience
2013–present Assistant Professor, Communication, Florida State University.
2013–present Researcher, Communication, Florida State University.
2003–2014 Foreign Correspondent, Freelance. Correspondent for ABC Radio Detroit in London for the 2005 bombings. Reporter/Producer in Mexico in 2008 for multiple European networks.
2003–2014 Public Relations Writer, Freelance. Chief Press Officer, 2005 World IAAF Cross-Country Championships Editor/Producer, 2004 Olympic News, Eurosport TV.
2010–2013 Instructor of Record, College of Media & Communication, Texas Tech University.
2006–2010 Assistant Professor of Communication, Communication, Ancilla Domini College.
2003–2006 Instructor of Communication, Communication, Ancilla Domini College.
2005 Adjunct Instructor of Communication, School of Communication, Loyola University Chicago.
2000–2002 Deputy News Edior/Reporter, Eurosport International, Paris, France. Coverage of September 11, 2001 in New York Coverage of multiple world championships Coverage of Tour de France, Lance Armstrong.
1998–2000 Editorial Assistant, The Christian Science Monitor. Assistant to Peter Ford, European Bureau Chief.
1998 Editorial Assistant, The New York Times, Paris Bureau. Assistant to Craig Whitney, Paris Bureau Chief.
1998 Political Reporter, Associated Press. Coverage of the daily news conference at the French Foreign Affairs Minister.

Language Proficiency
French - native in speaking, reading, and writing.

Spanish - advanced in speaking, reading, and writing.



Visiting Professorship(s)
2013 Scholar-in-residence, Drake University, Iowa.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Undergraduate Teaching Faculty Award, FSU School of Communication (2015).

Faculty Research Award, FSU School of Communication (2015).

Department of Media and Communication Research Grant Recipient, Texas Tech University (2013). ($1,000).

Helen DeVitt Jones Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award, Texas Tech University (2013).

Mentor-Mentee Couple of the Year, Texas Tech University (2013).

Regent Professor's Graduate Research Grant recipient, Texas Tech University (2013). ($500).

AEJMC Annual Convention Graduate travel fund recipient, Texas Tech University (2012).

AEJMC MidWinter Top Paper Award, Mass Communication & Society Division, Texas Tech University (2012).

Graduate School's Dissertation Research Funding, Texas Tech University (2012). ($1,000).

Helen DeWitt Jones Scholarship recipient, Texas Tech University (2012). ($800).

Nominee for Mentor of the Year Award, Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University (2012).

AEJMC Annual Convention Graduate travel fund recipient, Texas Tech University (2011).

Graduate Assistantship, Texas Tech University (2011).

Media Agenda Project Scholarship recipient, Texas Tech University (2011).

Ph.D scholarship recipient, WAPOR, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Texas Tech University (2011).

President's Diversity and Equity Award, Texas Tech University (2011).

Helen DeWitt Jones Scholarship recipient, Texas Tech University (2010). ($5,000).

Catherine Kasper's Award for leading Ancilla's Student Senate, Ancilla College (2004).

Outstanding Service Award, Ancilla College (2004).

Master's Research Award, University PMF, Grenoble, France (1993). ($2,000).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Comparative media Agenda Project

International Communication Association

World Association for Public Opinion Research



Teaching
Courses Taught
Communication Internship (COM4945)

Honors Work (COM4909)

Public Relations Techniques (PUR3002)

Advertising Research (ADV4500)

Political Communication (COM5546)

Directed Individual Study (COM4905)

Public Relations Techniques (PUR3002)

International PR (COM3930)

Political Communication (COM5546)

Directed Individual Study (COM5906)

Public Relations Technique (PUR3002)

International Public Relations (COM6400)

Political Communication (COM3510)

Public Relations Campaigns (PR 4312)

International and Multicultural Public Relations (PR 4301)

Principles of Public Relations (PR 3310)

News Writing Lab (MCOM 2410)

Reporting (JOUR 3312)

Cinema History (COMM240)

Communication Internship (COM299)

Introduction to Mass Communication (COMM 100)

Journalism I (News Writing) (JOUR 150)

Journalism II (Feature Writing) (JOUR 250)

Public Speaking (COMM115)

Public Speaking and Critical Thinking (CMUN 101)

Doctoral Committee Member
Gul, M., graduate. (2015).

Ji, Q., graduate. (2015).

Bartman, A., doctoral student.

Erin Looney, doctoral student.

Willingham, C., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Fahey, K., doctoral student.

Master's Committee Chair
Hobbs, S., graduate. (2016).

Ray. Elizabeth, graduate. (2016).

Teresa Coulter, graduate. (2014).

Yan Shuo, graduate. (2014).



Bachelor's Committee Chair
Holland, K., student.

Thompson, L., student.



Bachelor's Committee Member
Kapusta, A., student.

Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Peirce, K. (Jan–May 2016).
Flores, D. (Aug–Dec 2015).
Swanson, A. (Aug–Dec 2015).
Peirce, K. (Jan–May 2015).
Mitchell, M. C. (Aug–Dec 2014).
Prince, M. (May–Aug 2014).
Haozhou, P. (Jan–May 2014).
Looney, E. (Jan–May 2014).
Yan, S. (Jan–May 2014).
Evans, D. (Jan–Apr 2014).
Boyd, J. (Aug–Dec 2013).

Guest Lectures
Merle, P. F. (2013). EMC 3358 International Electronic Media. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2013). SPC 4710 Interracial/Inter Cultural Communication. Florida State University.
Merle, P. F. (2013). ADV3310 Principles of Advertising. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2013). JOUR 2302 Principles of Journalism. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2012). EMC 3358 International Electronic Media (Fall 2012). Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2012). ADV 4313 International Advertising.
Merle, P. F. (2012). JOUR 2302 Principles of Journalism. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2011). ADV 4313 International Advertising. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2011). EMC 3358 International Electronic Media. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2011). MCOM 3300 Mass Media Theories and Society. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2010). JOUR 2302 Principles of Journalism. Texas Tech University.
Merle, P. F. (2010). EMC 3358 International Electronic Media. Texas Tech University.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (submitted). Be my guest: A survey of students' perception of guest speakers. College Teaching. Manuscript submitted for publication, 20 pages.
Sarge, M., & Merle, P. (submitted). The red carpet effect. Health Communication. Manuscript submitted for publication, 22 pages.
Merle, P., & Lee, Y. S. (submitted). Around the world in 28 days: A content analysis of The New York Times, The Guardian, and Hangyoreh's most viewed stories. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Manuscript submitted for publication, 32 pages.
Merle, P., & Freberg, K. (in press). All about that tweet: Students' perceptions of professors' social media use in the classroom. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 24 pages.
Merle, P., Gearhart, S., Craig, C., Vandyke, M., Brooks, M. E., & Rahimi, M. (2015). Computers, tablets, and smart phones: The truth about web-based surveys. Survey Practice, 8, 5.
Callison, C., Merle, P., & Seltzer, T. (2014). Smart friendly liars: Public perception of public relations practitioners over time. Public Relations Review, 40 (5), 829-831. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.09.003
Merle, P. F., & Patterson, D. (2014). The French parliamentary and presidential elections of 2012. Electoral Studies, 34, 303-309. doi:10.1016/j.electstud.2013.08.014
Merle, P. F., Callison, C., & Cummins, G. (2014). How arithmetic aptitude impacts attention, memory and evaluation of static versus dynamic infographics in online news: An eye-tracking study. Electronic News, 1-21. doi:10.1177/1931243114557595
Friedman, B., & Merle, P. F. (2013). Veiled threats: Decentering and unification in transnational news coverage of the French veil ban. Feminist Media Studies, 13(5), 770-780.
Green, J., & Merle, P. F. (2013). Terror management and civic engagement: An Experimental investigation of mortality salience on civic engagement intentions. Jounal of Media Psychology, 25(3), 142-151.
Merle, P. F. (2013). City of Lights? The waning elitism of U.S. correspondents in Paris between 1998 and 2010. International Communication Gazette, 75(2), 157-173.
Merle, P. F., Elkhoury, J., & Rahimi, M. (2013). Revolution 2.0: Deciphering a cross-national newspaper discourse. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 29(1), -. Retrieved from http://swmcjournal.com/29-1/
Wikinson, K., & Merle, P. F. (2013). The merits and challenges of using business press and trade journal reports in academic research on media industries. Communication, Culture and Critique, 6(3), 415-431.
Merle, P. F., & Callison, C. (2012). Absence of trade press coverage of mass communication academic research: A bittersweet victory for Public Relations. Public Relations Journal, 6(4), N/A.
Merle, P. F., & Craig, C. (2012). Experiment Shows higher information recall for soft rather than hard business news. Newspaper Research Journal, 33(3), 101-109.
Merle, P. F., & Zhang, W. (2012). France and the USA: A comparative analysis of social capital on both sides of the pond. French Politics, 10(3), 269-289.

Refereed Books
Merle, P. F. (2008). The Instructors Manual for Mastering Public Speaking. Grice and Skinner.

Refereed Book Chapters
Merle, P., & Green, J. (contract). Denying Death: An interdisciplinary Approach to Terror Management Theory. Manuscript under contract for publication, Taylor and Francis.
Gardner, L., Wilkinson, K. T., Merle, P. F., Luo, Y., Rahimi, M., Cui, B., Rybalko, S., & VanDyke, M. (2015). The United States Presidential election 2012: Perspectives from Election Studies, poltical and Communication Studies. In Press coverage of the 2012 U.S. Presidential election: A multinational, Cross-language Comparison. Berlin: Springer VS.
Trejos-Castillo, E., & Merle, P. F. (2014). Bilingualism. In C. E. Cortes & G.J. Golson (Eds). (Ed.), Multicultural America. SAGE, Publications, Inc, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Trejos-Castillo, E., & Merle, P. F. (2014). Media-Foreign Language. In C. E. Cortes & G.J. Golson (Eds). (Ed.), Multicultural America. SAGE, Publications, Inc, Thousand Oaks, CA.

Presentations
Refereed Papers at Conferences
Hobbs, S., Merle, P., Koushik, K., & McClaran, N. (accepted). : Does political sophistication mediate the affect effect? A psychophysiological evaluation of citizen's reaction to political polls. Paper to be presented at Annual confernce of the world association for public opinion research, WAPOR. (International)
Merle, P., & Harlow, S. (accepted). Rethinking Citizenship Norms for Millennials: Conceptualizing Techno-citizenship. Paper to be presented at Annual conference of the World Association for Public Opinion Research, WAPOR. (International)
Gearhart, S., & Merle, P. (accepted). Inside the classroom: A 5-year review of Public Opinion syllabi. Paper to be presented at 67th WAPOR Annual Conference, World Association of Public Opinion Research, Nice, France. (International)
Driscoll, A., Harlow, S., Merle, P., Pietryka, M., Weissert, C., Fahey, K., & Stanquist, T. (presented 2015, June). Public Opinion, Media Agenda Setting and Individual Legislative Responsiveness in Florida. Paper presented at Annual conference of the Comparative Agendas Project, Comparative Agendas Project, Lisbon, Portugal. (International)
Harlow, S., & Merle, P. (presented 2015, June). "Fear the Fan:" How #Fangate Talk on Twitter Impacted Florida's 2014 Gubernatorial Campaigns. Paper presented at Annual conference of WAPOR, World Association for Public Opinion Research, Buenos Aires. (International)
Harlow, S., & Merle, P. (presented 2015, June). Social Media and Ciudadanía: Analyzing the influence of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube on citizenship norms in Latin America, 2009-2011. Paper presented at Annual conference of the International Communication Association, International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (International)
Merle, P., & Lee, N. (presented 2014, August). Filner and Ford, a tale of two mayors: A case study of sex, drugs and scandal. Paper presented at AEJMC Annual Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, Canada. (International)
Merle, P. (presented 2014, June). Political sophistication and agenda-setting: The attentiveness model. Paper presented at Annual Comparative Agendas Project, Comparative Agendas Project, Konstanz, Germany. (International)
Weissert, C., Merle, P., & Maestas, C. (presented 2014, June). Florida Comparative Agendas Project. Paper presented at Annual conference of the Comparative Agendas Project, CAP, Konstantz, Germany. (International)
Sarge, M., & Merle, P. F. (presented 2014). The red carpet effect: How celebrities impact the public's health perceptions and behaviors. Paper presented at the meeting of Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington, KY. (National)
Callison, C., Merle, P., & Seltzer, T. (presented 2013, August). Smart friendly liars: Public perception of public relations practitioners over time. Paper presented at AEJMC Annual Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Washington, D.C. (National)
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (presented 2013, August). Page one or six: A proposition for a news type index. Paper presented at AEJMC Annual Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C. (Regional)
Callison, C., Merle, P., Matthews, C., & Youngblood, E. (presented 2013, June). Lack of Creditbility accompanying public relations messages distributed through corporate channels: A longitudinal experiment. Paper presented at ICA the anual conference, International Commuunication Association, London, UK. (International)
Merle, P. (presented 2013, June). Poltical aptitude: A revised measure of political sophistication. Paper presented at ICA annual conference, International Communication Association, London, UK. (International)
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (presented 2013, June). Long live soft news: How economic content with human interest angles favor recall. Paper presented at ICA annual conference, International Communication Association, London, UK. (International)
Wilkinson, K., & Merle, P. (presented 2013, June). The business press and trade journals in academic research: historical and contemporary perspectives. Paper presented at ICA annual conference, International Communication Association, London, UK. (International)
Gearhart, S., Merle, P., Craig, C., Rahimi, M., & Brooks, M. E. (presented 2013, May). A revolution in survey research?: A bibliometric review of public opinion studies between 2000 and 2012. Paper presented at 66th annual conference of the World Association for Public Opinion research, World Association for Public Opinion Research, Boston, MA. (International)
Merle, P., Gearhart, S., Craig, C., Rahimi, M., Brooks, M. E., & Vandyke, M. (presented 2013, May). Computers, tablets, and smart phones: The truth about web based surveys. Paper presented at 66th annual conference of the World Association for Public Opinon Research, World Association for Public Opinon Research, Boston, MA. (International)
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (presented 2013, March). Page one or six: A proposition for a news type index. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Oklahoma University, Norman, OK. (National)
Green, J., & Merle, P. (presented 2012, August). Terror management and civic engagement: An experimental investigation of mortality salience on civic engagement intentions. Paper presented at AEJMC annual conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL. (National)
Merle, P., Callison, C., & Cummins, G. (presented 2012, August). Dynamic v. static infographics in online news: Impact of format on perceptions,memory and consumption. Paper presented at AEJMC annual conference, Assoication for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL. (National)
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (presented 2012, August). Understanding the technological advantages of web surveys: Can response formats impact data quality? Paper presented at AEJMC annual conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL. (National)
Merle, P., & Patterson, D. (presented 2012, June). Agendas and public policies: How partisanship and political behavior affect attitudes toward the environment. Paper presented at 5th annual conference of the Comparitive Agendas Project, Comparitive Agendas Project, Reims, France. (International)
Hmielowski, J., Hutchens, M., & Merle, P. (presented 2012, May). Creating, sustaining and reducing gaps in trust and participation: A comparative perspective. Paper presented at ICA annual conference, International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ. (International)
Green, J., & Merle, P. (presented 2012, March). If you scare them, they will join: Effects of mortality salience and self-construals on civic engagement. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Oklahoma University, Norman, OK. (National)
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (presented 2012, March). The slider effect: An experimental look at differences between several modes of scale presentation in Internet surveys. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Oklahoma University, Norman, OK. (National)
Merle, P., & Elkhoury, J. (presented 2012, March). A cross-national analysis of social media's salience during the Egypt unrests. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Oklahoma University, Norman, OK. (National)
Bouchillion, B., & Merle, P. (presented 2011, November). Cultural Frames of Julian Assange: The fine line between free speech and terror. Paper presented at 3rd annual International Research Conference, International Research Conference for Graduate Students, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX. (National)
Merle, P., & Craig, C. (presented 2011, November). Economic news: An inside look at U.S. citizens' recognition and preferences of news types. Paper presented at 81st annual meeting, Southern Economic Asssociation, Washington, D.C. (Regional)
Merle, P., & Sims, A. (presented 2011, November). Influencing public policy: A study of perceptual differences of credibility between political elites and citizens. Paper presented at 36th annual conference, Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, IL. (National)
Merle, P., & Zhang, W. (presented 2011, November). France and the USA: A comparative analysis of social capital on both sides of the pond. Paper presented at 36th annual conference, Midwest Association for Public Opinon Research, Chicago, IL. (National)
Merle, P., & Foster, J. (presented 2011, September). The impact of exposure to foreign culture on international news interest. Paper presented at 64th annual conference, World Association for Public Opinion Research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (International)
Merle, P. (presented 2011, August). The waning elitism of U.S. correspondents in Paris between 1998 and 2010. Paper presented at AEJMC annual conference, Association for education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO. (International)
Merle, P., Haislett, R., Kiambi, D., Bichard, S., Livingston, K., Borua, S., Sorensen, S., Kang, S., Seltzer, T., & Gardmer, L. (presented 2011, August). Branding health communication strategies aimed at healthcare professionals: An assessment of barriers message tactics, and sustainability measure and their impact on the patient experience. Paper presented at AEJMC annual conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO. (National)
Merle, P. (presented 2011, May). Inter-media agenda-setting: A Franco-American affair? Relationships between Le Monde and The New York Times. Paper presented at Media and Agendas Symposium, Media and Agendas, Paris, France. (International)
Merle, P. (presented 2011, March). The U.S. correspondents in Paris: A longitudinal study of the profession from 1998 to 2010. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter Conference, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Oklahoma University, Norman, OK. (National)
Merle, P. (presented 2010, November). The American Correspondents in Paris in 1998, an elite group overseas. Paper presented at 2nd annual International Research Conference for Graduate Students, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX. (National)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Merle, P. (presented 2006, June). What are the main differences between U.S. and French journalism styles? Presentation at the meeting of Association of Journalist, Monaco. (International)
Merle, P. (presented 2004, April). Academic opportunities associated with a foreign exchange program. Presentation at the meeting of Faculty, staff, and President of Ancilla College, Ancilla College, IN. (International)
Merle, P. (presented 2003, February). The challenges associated with reporting in New York after September 11, 2001. Presentation at the meeting of Professional Francophone Group, Chicago, IL. (National)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Merle, P. F. (2013, November). Notes From the Field: The Secret Life of a Passport. Delivered at Drake University-Central Iowa PRSA Institute, Sussman Theater, Drake University. (Regional)

Edited Original Works
Edited Magazines
Merle, P. (Ed.). (2012). London Olympics and Equatorial Guinea [Editorial supplements]. The Financial times Asia.
Merle, P. (Ed.). (2008). Special Olympic Games Beijing [Editorial Supplement]. The Financial Times Asia.
Merle, P. (Ed.). (2007). Find your editor [Article]. The Community College Journalist.
Merle, P. (Ed.). (2007). Paying your own way: Creating a personal journalism code [Article]. The Community College Journalist.

Digital Projects
Invited Digital Projects
Merle, P. (Creator). (2012). Supplements for Communication Courses [Instructional Blog]. My Speech Feed. Retrieved from www.myspeechfeed.wordpress.com

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Weissert, C., Merle, P., Harlow, S., Driscoll, A., & Pietryka, M. (Apr 2015–Dec 2015). Proposal #2880, "Why Do They Do it? Understanding Legislative Agenda Setting in Florida". Funded by FSU Council on Research and Creativity. Total award $11,586.
Bichard, S., Callison, C., Seltzer, T., & Gardner, L. (2010–2010). Sustaining commitment to Project Clear: Re-enforcing the importance of quality physician-nurse communication in the emergency room.". Funded by Department of Emergency Medicine Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University. Total award $299,575.

Contracts and Grants Pending
McDowell, Stephen D (PI), Liu, Xiuwen (Co-PI), Burmester, Michael V D (Co-PI), Randeree, Ebrahim (Co-PI), Lee, Jaejin (Co-PI), & Merle, Patrick F (Co-PI). (Jul 2014). Building Cybersecurity Skills: An Interactive Campaign. Submitted to U. S. Department of Homeland Security.

Contracts and Grants Denied
Weissert, C., Merle, P., Driscoll, A., Harlow, S., & Pietryka, M. (Oct 2014). Florida Agendas Project. Submitted to Council on Research and Creativity.
Merle, P. (Sep 2013). Does Credibility Travel Well? A cross-national analysis of public relations professionals. Submitted to Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Speaker, Workshop sponsored by FSU Office of Proposal Development within Research (2014).

FSU College Service
Member, Doctoral Committee (2014–2015).
Member, Search Committee for Director of the School of Communication (2013).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Communication Theroy and Methodology (AEJMC) (2013–2015).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (Oct 2014–present).
Journal of Media Psychology (Mar 2014–present).
Electronic News (2014–present).
Political Behavior (2013–14).
Politics and the Life Sciences (2013–14).
Iowa Journal of Communication (2012–13).

Chair of a Symposium
Merle, P. F. (Chair). (2012). European Consortium of Political Research Graduate Conference: Political Methodology Section. Symposium conducted at the meeting of European Consortium of Political Research, Bremen, Germany.

Service to Professional Associations
Teaching Chair, Teaching Chair for the Communication Theory and Methods Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (2014–present).
Member of the Social Media team, Member of the Social Media team for the Public Relations Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (2014–present).
Journal Reviewer, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (2014–present).
Journal Reviewer, Electronic News (2014–present).
Journal Reviewer, Journal of Media Psychology (2014–present).
Conference Reviewer, Communication Theory and Methodology; Political Interest Group, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (2013–present).
Conference Reviewer, Reviewer for the Political Communication and Global Communication and Social Change Divisions, International Communication Association (2012–present).
Journal Reviewer, Iowa Journal of Communication (2011–present).
Moderator, annual conference, Midwest Association of Public Opinon Research (2011–present).
Discussant, 81st annual convention, Southern Economic Association (2011–present).
Officer, Emerging Scholars Network, International Association of Communication and Media Research (2011–2012).

Interviews
Merle, P. (2001, November). "Larry Parker, a New York City's fireman runs the marathon to raise funds": Segment focusing on a fireman who actively raised funds for the families of the September 11 victims. TF1 Evening News [France National Televeision].
Merle, P. (2001, July). "Micheal Johnson, a unique athlete":Exclusive interview with Michael Johnson. Eurosport International.

Service to Other Universities
Mentor for the undergraduate mentorship program, Texas Tech University (2011–2013).
Guest speaker for #OpenTeaching2012, a campus-wide project to develop cross-disciplinary learning, Texas Tech University (2012).
Member of the search committee for the position of PR Senior Faculty, Texas Tech University (2012).
Judge/Reviewer at the 2011 Texas Tech University Undergraduate Research competition, Texas Tech University (2011).
Selected PhD student to interview the Dean of the Graduate School, Texas Tech University (2011).
Creator and Organizer of a Doctoral Brown Bag series, Texas Tech University (2011).
Member of the Diversity and Student Development committees, Ancilla College (2007–2010).
Faculty adviser to the student newspaper and student government, Ancilla College (2003–2010).
Wrote articulation agreements with other colleges for a Mass Communication program, Ancilla College (2009).
Co-Creator of Mass Communication major, Ancilla College (2004–2009).
Member of the Search Committee for the position of Admission Officer, Ancilla College (2007–2008).
Member of the Diversity and Academic Resources committees, Ancilla College (2006–2007).
Member of the Diversity Committee, Ancilla College (2005–2006).
Co-leader of Ancilla College's mission trip to Mexico, Ancilla College (2004).
Member of the Library and Student Services committees, Ancilla College (2003–2004).

Television Reports
Merle, P. F. (2003). "Ride for the Roses." Documentary on the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF).
Merle, P. (2003). The IAAF TV Mag: Portrait of athletes based on exclusive interviews and extensive on-site footage. IAAF TV Mag.
Merle, P. (2001). "The NYC Marathon: What's next after 9/11?". Eurosport International.


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