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Daniel Richards, Curriculum Vita

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EDUCATION
Ph.D. English
, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, expected June 2013Primary area: Rhetoric and CompositionSpecializations: Professional and Technical Writing; Online and Digital Education; Writing Program AdministrationDissertation:
Dead Man’s Switch: Nonhuman Stakeholders and the Vibrant Rhetorics of  Ecological Disasters 
Committee: Carl Herndl, director; Joseph Moxley; Marc Santos; Meredith Zoetewey 
M.A. English
, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON (Canada), June 2009Primary area: Rhetoric and CompositionSecondary area: Eighteenth-Century British LiteratureDirector: Dale Jacobs
B.A. English
, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON (Canada), June 2007
  ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
Graduate Teaching Associate
, University of South Florida, 2009 - present
Graduate Assistant
, University of Windsor, 2007
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2009
PUBLICATIONS
PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
“The (Re)Naturalization of Margaret Cavendish.”
Spectacle, Sex, and Property in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture 
. Eds. Julie Chappell and Kamille Stone Stanton. New York: AMSPress, Inc. Forthcoming Spring 2013.“Dwelling in the ‘Ruins’: Metaphors of Consumerism in the Writing Classroom.” (Revise andresubmit).
Writing on the Edge 
.“Digitizing Dewey: Blogging an Ethic of Community.”
Computers and Composition Online 
. SpecialIssue: Ethics in a Digital Age. Fall 2011. Web. 26pp.
REVIEWS
“Review of 
Rhetorically Rethinking Usability: Theories, Practices, and Methodologies 
, Eds. Susan Miller-Cochran and Rochelle L. Rodrigo.”
Computers and Composition 
28.2 (2011): 175-9.
D
 ANIEL 
 
ICHARDS
821 Carleton Street Department of EnglishLakeland, FL 33803 University of South Florida863-738-0667 4202 E. Fowler Ave. CPR-107drichar3@mail.usf.edu Tampa, FL 33620-5550danielrichards.net 813-974-2421
 
HONORS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS
Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Teaching
, Office of the Provost, USF, 2012
 Alma Bryant Award for Outstanding Graduate Student
, Department of English, USF, 2012
 Travel Grants
($1600), Department of English / Graduate School, USF, 2010-12
Research Grant
($17, 500), Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2008Received in support of Master’s-level research in ecocomposition theory at Windsor.
 TEACHING EXPERIENCE
UNDERGRADUATE UPPER-LEVEL
Professional Writing
, USF (2 sections)Emphasizes rhetorical principles and practices of professional and technical writing.Project-based course focusing on planning and designing primary and secondary research reports; engaging with digital writing tools (specifically blogs); creating employment packages (including cover letters, résumés, and professional social mediaprofiles); and applying principles of document design.
Professional Writing Online
, USF (4 sections)Emphasizes rhetorical principles and practices of professional and technical writing.Module-based course focusing on planning and designing research-based reports onindustry-specific use of social media; engaging with digital writing tools (specifically blogs and infographics); creating employment packages (including online résumésoftware and professional social media profiles); and applying principles of documentdesign.Uses publisher content management system for weekly homework assignments.
Digital Ethics in Professional Writing (Online)
, USF (1 section)Emphasizes rhetorical principles and practices of professional and technical writing indigital contexts, with a focus on theorizing identity and cultivating professional ethos.Project-based course that engages students in online research; requires activeparticipation in online professional spaces; and culminates in the creation of a personal website and/or blog for the purpose of industry-specific professionalization.
Social Media in Professional Writing
, USF (1 section)Emphasizes rhetorical principles and practices of professional and technical writing inboth face-to-face and digitally-mediated spaces.Service-based course aimed at facilitating critical engagement with online writing tools,primarily social media and blogging software.Students are challenged to think beyond the self-centered exigencies of social mediaand utilize blogging software as a form of “public” community service for a local non-profit organization of their choice.
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FIRST-YEAR COMPOSITION
 Writing and Inquiry
, USF (2 sections)Introduces conventions and styles associated with academic and non-academicdiscourses, with a heavy emphasis on research, inquiry, and historiography.
Co-developed along with four instructors as part of a larger institutional effort topromote inquiry as a significant mode of learning rhetoric and writing.Part of an IRB-approved qualitative and quantitative research study comparing studentlevels of critical thinking in inquiry-based versus traditional models of learning.
Collaborative Writing
, USF (1 section)Introduces conventions and styles associated with academic and non-academicdiscourses, with a heavy emphasis on collaboration and group work.
Piloted course as part of larger programmatic initiative to restructure a percentage of courses in terms of class time spent in favor of one-on-one and group conferences.Project-based course focusing on analyzing writing situations, conducting andevaluating primary and secondary research, composing effective arguments, andengaging in visual rhetorics.
Composition I
, USF (4 sections)Introduces conventions and styles associated with academic and non-academicdiscourses.Project-based course focusing on analyzing writing situations, conducting andevaluating primary and secondary research, composing effective arguments, andengaging in visual rhetorics.
Composition II
, USF (6 sections)Introduces classical and contemporary methods of argumentation.Project-based course that introduces the field of rhetoric and provides opportunities toanalyze, research, and compose arguments in textual, visual, and digital modes.
First-Year Writing
, University of Windsor (4 sections)Emphasizes a rhetorical genre theory approach to writing.Portfolio-based course focusing in personal, academic, and multimodal genres of  writing.
 WRITING PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION
POSITIONS
Community Manager
(Webmaster), FYC Program, USF, 2010 - presentOversee the primary programmatic website (5000+ hits per week) developed inSharePoint.Upload and maintain curricular content and resources for all 6 course models,including online and pilot versions.Facilitate collaboration between all composition instructors.Conduct, aggregate, and analyze student and instructor curricular surveys.Create monthly First-Year Composition programmatic newsletter.Maintain and update instructor and student program listservs.
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