- Ph.D. and M.A. in communication from the University of Maryland at College Park
- B.S. in public relations from the University of Texas at Austin
- Public Relations Campaigns
- Health Communication
- Multicultural Feminist Research
- Issues Management
- Seminar in Crisis Communication
- Public Relations Theory
- Public Relations Management
- Principles of Public Relations
- Critical and Cultural Public Relations
- Vardeman-Winter, J. E. (2010). Using the cultural studies approach to understand health decision-making among a teen public. Public Relations Review, 36, 383-385.
- Vardeman, J. E., & Aldoory, L. (2008). A qualitative study of how women make meaning of contradictory media messages about the risks of eating fish. Health Communication, 23, 282-291.
- Vardeman-Winter, J. E. (2012). Medicalization and teen girls’ bodies in the Gardasil cervical cancer vaccine campaign. Feminist Media Studies, 12(2), 281-304.
- Vardeman-Winter, J. (2011). Confronting Whiteness in public relations campaigns and research with women. Journal of Public Relations Research, 23(4), 412-441.
- Vardeman-Winter, J. & Tindall, N. T. J. (2010). “If it’s a woman’s issue, I pay attention to it”: Gendered and intersectional complications in The Heart Truth media campaign. PRism 7(4), 1-15, http://www.prismjournal.org
- James E. Grunig and Larissa A. Grunig Outstanding Master's Thesis Award from the Public Relations Division of the International Communication Association.
- University of Maryland’s Department of Communication Outstanding Research Paper Award.
- Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowships awarded by the Graduate School at the University of Maryland for Fall 2008.
- Mary Gardner Award for Graduate Student Research by Commission on the Status of Women in the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
- University of Houston’s Women’s Studies Program and the Friends of Women’s Studies’ Faculty Summer Stipend for 2010. Funding for a project titled, "Identifying intersectionality within women’s perceptions of the new screening guidelines for breast and cervical cancers."