Graduate Teaching Assistant


  • Role:

    Graduate Student
  • Position:

    • Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Department:

    • Journalism & Media Communication
  • Education:

    • Master's degree in Chemical Engineering
    • Master's degree in Journalism and Media Communication


Coralie Dorville (She, Her) is a graduate student in the Department of Journalism and Media Communication. She is passionate about climate change communication.
For her thesis, she studies a French podcast series about the possible pathway to reach a carbon-neutral society. She provides an analysis of the master and counter-narratives that can be identified in the podcast series with a strong emphasis on environmental sociology. Other projects she has been working on for classes included an analysis of climate change artivism on Instagram, a sociocultural critique of the definition of the Anthropocene, and a study of the role of master and counter-narratives in a non-profit organization's communication on social media.
Coralie also has a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering that she earned in France in 2013. Before coming to the US, she worked as a project manager for six years in various fields (industry, banking, and insurance).
In her free time, Coralie likes to spend time outside with her husband and daughter. She is also an actor and she loves food (maybe because she is from France!).