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Assistant Professor of Technical and Professional Communication
Affiliate Faculty in Rhetoric and Composition
Department of English
Thomas Harriot College of Art and Sciences
East Carolina University

Education

Ph.D. English Studies, August 2013, Illinois State University
Dissertation title: “Theorizing an Apparent Feminism in Technical Communication”
Winner of the 2015 CCCC Outstanding Dissertation Award in Technical Communication
Graduate Certificate, Women’s and Gender Studies, May 2013, Illinois State University
M.A. English, Professional Writing and Rhetorics, May 2009, Illinois State University
B.A. English, Composition, May 2007, Truman State University
B.A. Communications, Journalism, May 2007, Truman State University
Minor Concentration, Spanish, May 2007, Truman State University

Publications

Edited Special Issue
Meloncon, L., & Frost, E. A. (Eds.). (2015). The Rhetoric of Health and Medicine [Special issue].
Communication Design Quarterly, 3(4).
Chapters
Frost, E. A., & Moeller, M. (TBA). “Structural breeding ground: Inclusivity beyond women’s
reproductive health rhetoric.”
Frost, E. A. (2018). “Apparent feminism and risk communication: Hazard, outrage, environment,
and embodiment.” In Angela M. Haas & Michelle F. Eble (Eds.), Integrating theoretical
frameworks for teaching technical communication. Logan: Utah State University Press.
DeAngelis, C., & Frost, E. A. (2017). “A Rhetorical approach to scientific communication pedagogy
in face-to-face and digital contexts.” In Kathryn Northcut & Han Yu (Eds.), Scientific
communication: Principles, practices, and methods. New York: Routledge Studies in
Technical Communication, Rhetoric, and Culture.
Haas, A. M. & Frost, E. A. (2017). Toward an apparent decolonial feminist rhetoric of risk. In Derek
Ross (Ed.), Topic-driven environmental rhetoric (pp. 168-186). New York: Routledge Studies
in Technical Communication, Rhetoric, and Culture. Honorable Mention, 2018 CCCC

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E. L.] Frost. E.” Xchanges: An Interdisciplinary Technical Communication and Writing Journal. & Frost. Frost. M. 71- 88). A. S. monolithic constructions of womanhood.” Composition Studies. A. 110-131. E.). Frost.” Computers and Composition.” Communication Design Quarterly. (Expected August 2018). E. K. M. (2015). “Seeing and knowing the womb: Examining rhetorics of fetal ultrasound toward a decolonization of women’s bodies. E.” Peitho. 28(4). & Eble. 6(1). & Frost. Authorship contested: Cultural challenges to the authentic. F. 1-11. “Visual culture and the Alice books: How John Tenniel changed text-image relationships. 7(2). (2016). A. E. 7-14. “Charting an emerging field: The rhetoric of health and medicine and its importance in communication design. A. Frost. G. Frost. Meloncon. Articles Pennell. 110-131. 43. “Apparent feminist pedagogies: Interrogating technical rhetorics at Illinois State University. 22(1). Combs. “Valuing Contra-Professionalization: Analyzing Successful Professionalization Practices in Technical and Professional Communication. Frost.” Programmatic Perspectives. Frost. 43(2). “Apparent feminism as a methodology for technical communication and rhetoric. (2015). and field narratives in technical communication. London: Routledge. “Technical rhetorics: Making specialized persuasion apparent to public audiences. A. E. Moeller. E. M. Frost. “Transcultural risk communication on Dauphin Island: An analysis of ironically located responses to the Deepwater Horizon Disaster. & Eble.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 30(1): 3-28. “Food fights: Cookbook rhetorics. “Why teachers must learn: Student innovation as a driving factor in the future of the web.” Technical Communication Quarterly. & Haas. E. Best Original Collection of Essays in Technical or Scientific Communication. Technical and Scientific Communication Awards. autonomous author (pp.” Computers and Composition: An International Journal. A.” Under consideration after revising and resubmitting for Programmatic Perspectives 10(2): pages TBA. E. A. (2015). E. E. A. “Authorial ethos as location: How technical manuals embody authorial ethos without authors. “Apparent feminist pedagogies: Embodying feminist pedagogical practices at East Carolina University. A.. (2016). M. Frost. 183-199.” Technical Communication Quarterly.. A. 50-66. A. 16(2). 269-275. (2014).” Programmatic Perspectives.” In Amy Robillard & Ron Fortune (Eds. “Collaborative course design in scientific writing: Experimentation and productive failure.. (2015). T. A. F. E. A. (2015). (2017). [See associated grant. 25(1). (2010). (2011). Frost. 88-105.” Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society. “An apparent feminist approach to transnational technical rhetorics: The ongoing work of Nujood Ali. A. E. & Sharp-Hoskins. (2014). 2 . Frost. E. 4(2). & Getto. Frost. (2013). 3(4). 6(2).

[Requested and awarded $1.” CPTSC 2013 Conference Proceedings. [Requested $292. Frost. Francesca. “Review of Bray. 324-327.digitalrhetoriccollaborative. “Using Active Learning to Develop Leadership Abilities of Students in English 3820: Scientific Writing. E. Frost. E. A. (2012.” BB&T Center for Leadership Development. Frost. [Requested $2. “Writing in Professional Contexts. E. A. A. “Apparent feminism: Technical communication's obligation to intervene in public rhetorics.” Sweetland Digital Writing Collaborative.” Proceedings of the 75th Annual Convention of the Association for Business Communication Conference. 113-118.) “Review of differential makings: Enacting theories of raced experience in digital writing research and pedagogy.” Computers and Composition. A. (2010). and Death Cafes: Medicolegal Literacies and End-of-life Rhetorics.” Sweetland Digital Writing Collaborative. Frost. “Analyzing Successful Professionalization Practices in Technical and Professional Communication.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication 30(1). 182-185.org. (2016).digitalrhetoriccollaborative. “Review of Rhetorical accessability: At the intersection of technical communication and disability studies. E. and Usability: Facilitating Authorship Practices for Business Writing Students.. not awarded] 3 . E. Technology and gender: Fabrics of power in late imperial china. E. (2013).500] Frost. E. (2016). F. G.org. E. “Review of Rhetoric of pregnancy. E..777. “Review of pedagogies of science and medical writing.” CPTSC 2012 Conference Proceedings. Baywood.. I. (2014). (1997). [Requested $1. & Frost. “Navigating genre: How a technological pedagogy can empower Millennials. “Case study research and experiential knowledges. (2014). A. Caswell. http://www.000. Grants Eble. Frost. (2010). (2014). E. (2013). Frost. (2015). (2014).” Council for Programs in Scientific and Technical Communication. http://www.” ECU Teaching Grants Committee.. Situated Learning.digitalrhetoriccollaborative. not awarded] Frost. A. University of Chicago Press. M. Getto. E. “Review of Bounding biomedicine: Evidence and Rhetoric in the New Science of Alternative Medicine. & Pennell T. A. A. A. E. Berkeley: U of California P.Proceedings Frost. A. A. A. “Review of toward a technofeminist ethic of care.” Sweetland Digital Writing Collaborative. E.” National Endowment for the Humanities. http://www. Frost.576.org. Cake. N. Baywood. not awarded] Frost.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 46(2). Frost. Reviews Frost.” Rhetoric Review 36(2). “Stigma. E. (2013). A. 27(4). (2017).

and Feminism. April 2016. and Resistance. March 2018.” Conference on Community Writing. “Feminist Methodologies. Maria Novotny.” Co-panelist with Marie Moeller and Gina Kruschek on “Women’s Ways of Making It Through Role- Perception: How Complementary Feminist Methodologies Can Re-Orient Fashion. not presented. Houston. March 2015. MO. TX. “Risks to Embodiment and Environment: Evolving Rhetorics in an Online Graduate Course in Risk Communication. Environment. April 2016. Findlay. and Michelle Eble on “ Constructing Participatory Infrastructures: Engaging Communities that Mediate Risk through Communications and Technologies. Risky Research.” Co-panelist with Angela Haas. and Legal Rhetorics.” Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication. Sheri Rysdam on “Reproductive Discourses as Sites for Rhetorical Cultivation of Social Action. Boulder. Cookbooks. Association of Teachers of Technical Writing.” Co-panelist with Dawn Opel. Chris Brandmeier.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Audio. Michelle Eble. [Accepted. and Donnie Johnson Sackey on “Bodies of Public Interest: Rhetorics of Risk and Social Justice. Savannah. GA.” Co-panelist with Amy Koerber.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Computers & Writing. “Enabling Inclusive Interface Design: The Emotional Turn in Wearable Technologies. Reflections. October 2016. Eble. Video. AZ.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. CPTSC cancelled for Hurricane Matthew. June 2017. “System Error: An Apparent Decolonial Feminist Response to the Co-Option of Risk. Outrage. “Sociomedico Slippage: Consent and Digital Medical Imaging. July 2017.” Member of the Medical Rhetorics SIG Roundtable: “Rhetorics of Health and Medicine: A Roundtable Examining The Breadth And Future Actions of an Emerging Sub- Field.” Console-ing Passions International Conference on Television. and Making Collaborative Spaces. “Apparent Feminism and Risk Communication: Hazard. and Institutional Review Boards.” Co-panelist with Tim Amidon. October 2015. TX. OH. Caswell and Michelle F. CO. Portland.” Member of Roundtable: “Social Justice Curricula & Pedagogy: Preparing Technical Communicators for Active & Responsible Advocacy.] “Complicating Standard Care: Changing Public Discourses Through Medical Digital Imaging Technologies. Tampa. Tempe. Houston. Class Action Lawsuits.” Co- presenter with Nicole I. October 2015. March 2015. “Not Normally Valued: Queering Methodologies. Tampa. Presentations National & International Conferences “Responding to Challenges in Healthcare through Varied Methodological Approaches. Kansas City.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing. OR. FL. New Media. Lori Beth De Hertogh. FL. Flourice Richardson. March 2017. 4 . “Building and Sustaining Scientific Writing Curricula in Technical Communication Spaces. [Forthcoming] “North Carolina’s Anti-Trans House Bill 2: Realizations.” Co-panelist with Matt Cox and Michelle Eble.” Feminisms and Rhetorics. and Embodiment.

” Co- panelist (with Marie Moeller and Kellie Sharp-Hoskins).” Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication. Louis. MI. “Cultural Data-Shaping: On Embodied Technical Communication. March 2012.” Graduate Research Network. Matthew Kim. IN. and Gerald Savage). “Efficiencies of Health and Risk: Data and the Deepwater Horizon Disaster.” Co- panelist (with Angela M. and Contexts: (Re)designing Texts and Institutional Spaces for a Business Writing Course. Indianapolis. MO. NV. IN. NC. Houghton.” Graduate Research Network. “Widening the Community: Re-thinking and Re-framing Medical Rhetoric/Writing. “Teaching from an Apparent Feminist Body. and Gender Studies. Colorado Springs. Technical Communication. March 2014. Visualization.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing. October 2013. Mankato. “Poaching (Re)Production: Why FYC Needs Medical Rhetoric. Indianapolis. and Risk. “New Points of Access: Integrating Theoretical Frameworks for Teaching Technical Communication. “Taking Care To Avoid Constructions Of Monolithic Womanhood: Perspective-Based Critiques. “Medical Check-In Kiosks and Patient Agency. Flourice Richardson. Cincinnati.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. OH. CO. Haas. and Gendered Bodies. MI. and Flourice Richardson). Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication. Ann Arbor. Las Vegas. “Forging Connections: Interlacing Feminisms. May 2011.” Co-panelist (with Marie Moeller and Barbara Heifferon). May 2011. “Apparent Feminism: Technical Communication’s Obligation to Intervene in Public Rhetorics. “Local Versus Guerilla: Ironic Reversal in the Responses of Citizens and Authorities to the Deepwater Horizon Disaster. Relationships. “Gateway to the Danger Zone: Technical Communication’s Considerations of Feminisms. Ann Arbor.” Computers & Writing. GA. March 2013. September 2014. May 2012. March 2011. MN.” Co-panelist (with Marie Moeller and Abby Dubisar).” Co-panelist (with Matt Cox and Michelle Eble). October 2012. Flourice Richardson. “Complicating Composition: Technical Communication’s Investments in Public Discourses. Metaphors. MI. Atlanta. Godwin Agboka. “Transgressing Business as Usual in Technical Communication Programs.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Raleigh.” Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication. “Research Methods in Composition. and Matt Cox). “Reflections on Methods Education Necessary in Technical and Scientific Communication Curricula. “Complicating Efficiency: An Apparent Feminist Perspective on Risk Mediation.” Feminisms & Rhetorics. March 2014. 5 .” Co-panelist (with Michelle Eble. St.” Co-panelist (with Marie Moeller and Kellie Sharp-Hoskins). Connections. Representations.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Identification. “Case study research and experiential knowledge: Required for graduation?” Co-panelist (with Barbi Smyser-Fauble and Katrina Dunbar). October 2011.” Co-panelist (with Lee Brasseur. “Apparent Feminist Pedagogies: A New Theoretical Approach. “Visioning Trans/Intercultural Communication: Ironic Reversal in the Responses of Citizens and Authorities to the Deepwater Horizon Disaster.” Conference on College Composition and Communication.“Integration.” Co-panelist (with Susan Youngblood and Stevens Amidon).

November 2011. and Oil Spills. Local & Regional Conferences “Applying Ecological Economics to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. May 2010.” Women’s and Gender Studies Symposium. February 2009. Normal. Normal. Tornadoes. “Poaching (Re)Production: A Feminist Proposal for the Analysis of Health Rhetoric in Community- Centered FYC Classrooms.” Faculty Speaker Series. IL.” Computers & Writing. “Inner Spaces: An Examination of Fetal Ultrasound Rhetoric.” New Directions Conference. “Informed Consent: The Rhetoric of Fetal Ultrasound. “Teaching in Four Colors: Using Multi-modal Texts in the Classroom. and Pedagogy. 2010. June 2017. “Playing Katniss Everdeen: Embodying the Uber-Feminist in The Hunger Games. and Feminisms. Methodology. February 2015.” The 75th Annual Convention of the Association for Business Communication Conference. “Meltdowns. October 2010. Normal. Kirksville. Feminist Reclaimings of Materials Genres. IL. West Lafayette.” Association of Teachers of Technical Writing.” English 8100: Professional Seminar. Teaching & Learning Symposium. “Food Fights: Cookbook Rhetorics.” Co-presenter with Anjanette Riley and Adriene Galindo on collaboratively-produced panel entitled “New Directions for Rhetorical Inquiry: Medical Rhetoric.” Poster presentation.” Co-panelist (with Angela M. MO. & Technology: Case Studies of Decolonial Theory. Normal. IL.” New Directions Conference. January 2011.” Midwest Modern Language Association. Chicago. IN. Normal. and Deaf Culture.” New Directions Conference. Technical Communication. IL. Louis. “Navigating Genre: How A Technological Pedagogy Can Empower Millennials. MO. Rhetoric. “Tactical Teaching: Letting Student Intervention Guide Classroom Practice.” Teaching & Learning Symposium. March 2011. IL. May 2010. “Prescription and Poaching: How do Chinese and American Women Make Sense of Reproductive Technologies?” Women’s and Gender Studies Symposium. NC. Computers & Writing. April 2009. Atlanta. “Race. IN. April 2009. “Back Away From the Bump: Re-Visualizing Representation of Pregnant Bodies. February 2015. IL. February 2009. Department of English. English Studies At Large Conference. and Cookbooks as Memory. East Carolina University.” Keynote Presentation. West Lafayette. Normal. GA. Normal. HASTAC Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop. “Navigating the Job Market. February 2011. “Prescription and Poaching: An Examination of How Chinese and American Women Make Sense of Reproductive Technologies and Cultures. January 2012. Normal. IL.” Keynote Presentation [paid]. Invited Lectures and Workshops “Feminist Credibility: Negotiating Subjectivity in Public Spaces. Haas and Jonathan Myers). St. Oh My! New Perspectives in Risk Communication. IL. “Food Fights: Monolithic Constructions of Womanhood.” Graduate English Organization Conference. Representations. Spring 2015 6 . Greenville.

2014 “Workshopping your CV. Fall 2014.” Lunch and Learn.” University Writing Center Grand Opening (Invited Presentations). invited speaker. Fall 2014 “CV Workshop. Professions. 2013 “Cultural Studies and Feminisms. February 28. “Developing a Digital Portfolio.” Downtown Dialogues. International Women’s Day Celebration.” University Writing Program Professional Writing Workshop Series on Developing a Digital Portfolio. 2014. Teaching East Carolina University. April 3. April 17. “Feminisms and Risk Communication: Hazard. and Genders. “Using Social Media Effectively.” Guest Lecture in Matt Cox’s Cultural Studies in Technical and Professional Communication course. presentations for health science researchers. “Workshopping your Social Media Plan. 2014. presentations for health science researchers. NC. “Surviving Graduate School. 7 . September 24 and 25. 2014. Vidant Medical Center.” Lunch and Learn.” Gender to a Tea. October 1. “Writing Manuscripts: From Abstracts to Publication.” University Writing Program. Cyber Bullying. Environment. 2014. “Theorizing an Apparent Feminism in Technical Communication. scientific literacy. East Carolina University. 2014. invited speaker. 2014 “Workshopping your Professional Website. April 17. East Carolina University.” Guest Panel Participant in Kimberly Thompson’s Women’s Studies course. Vidant Medical Center. “From Research Idea to Research Plan. NC. “On Feminisms. 2014.” University Writing Program Professional Writing Workshop Series on Developing a Digital Portfolio. 2013. writing for the public. Fall 2013. 2014 “Maintaining Work/Life Balance: Teaching Writing Across the Disciplines. Fall 2014. 8. Oct.” English 8100: Professional Seminar.” Guest Lecture in Therese Pennell’s Writing for Business and Industry course. “Exploding Monocultures of Gender: Perspectives on Health and Medical Rhetorics. “Developing An Online Identity Workshop” Doctoral English Student Organization. Greenville. February 14. February 21.” Panel title: Panel title: Social Media Benefits & Challenges: Cyber Networking & Outreach. and participatory action research—including in-class field research at the Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh. Illinois State University.” University Writing Program Professional Writing Workshop Series on Developing a Digital Portfolio. March 4. “Danger and the Internet: Why Internet Technologies are Not a Democratizing Medium.” English Graduate Student Organization. November 13.” Guest Lecture in Angela Haas’s History and Theory of Technical Communication course. Outrage. Stalking & Pornography. 2014. April 11. and Embodiment. Fall 2013 – present HNRS 2011: Public Relations & Leadership: Writing Science for/with the Public I developed and taught this Honors College course to introduce students from various disciplinary backgrounds to civic science. East Carolina University. Fall 2014.

and explore the career and life possibilities in a non- linear field like English. explores various research methods in technical and professional communication and asks students to reflect on the nature of those methods. The resulting version of this course. ENGL 6702/7701: Research Methods in Technical and Professional Communication
 I first taught this graduate-level course as English 6702. I have led students in various sections of this course over the past several years in engagin in peer review with students in other classes. This is a senior-level seminar in which students practice developing materials for job applications. ENGL 7765: Health and Medical Rhetorics
 I developed and taught this graduate-level course which included in-depth examination of rhetorics and cultural practices surrounding health and medical issues. I have developed sections of this course that focus on the development of a scientific article as well as sections with an explicit concentration on civic science practices. Writing in professional contexts. which is a service course aimed mostly at business majors. ENGL 3880: Writing for Business and Industry
 I have assisted in revitalizing this course. and scientific literacy. which has been re- numbered English 7701. The course centers on 8 . Southlake. and working on a client project regarding science curriculum for a local grade school. rather than siloing knowledge into separate chapters. I co-authored a custom textbook (citation information follows) to lead instructors and students of this course through a rhetorical framework for technical communication that students then practice utilizing through complex professional communication scenarios.Students in this course also were partnered with graduate students in English 7765: Health and Medical Rhetorics for a semester-long mentoring assignment. which is a survey of civic science methods and topics with emphasis on activism. TX: Fountainhead Press. E. M.. F. rhetorical practice. Frost. ENGL 4885: Digital Writing
 I developed and taught this course to introduce students to hypertext. ENGL 4999: Professional Seminar
 I developed and taught this course to help senior English majors develop professionalization practices. engage in mock interviews. The goal of this work was to integrate social issues and technical considerations. A. not peer reviewed] ENGL 3885: Writing and Document Design
 I developed and taught this course to introduce students from various disciplinary backgrounds to document design and a semester-long study of the relationship between form and content. M. & Eble. As part of this revitalization effort. digital writing. and practice methods-driven research. [custom textbook. and the digital humanities. editing a science communication journal issue. which is an important part of the curriculum for pre-medical students (many of whom go on to work in underserved areas) and a writing elective for students from various disciplinary backgrounds. I participated (as an ad hoc committee member) in a revision to the MA-level curriculum which re-defined this course and several other research methods options. ENGL 7750: Writing Public Science
 I developed and taught this graduate-level course. study the relationships between methods and theories. B. The course introduces students to systematic study of science writing and scientific writing. (2015). Later. Cox. ENGL 3820: Scientific Writing 
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In the very first week. risk communication consultant Peter Sandman joined the discussion. This section of the course focused especially on bioethics. medical technologies. ENGL 8780: Technology. and environment. which includes study of basic composition. as they mediate possible risks to their ethos in a public space. the modes of rhetoric. and beginning critical theory.com) where students did the bulk of our community-based work. August 2008 – June 2013 ENG 101: Composition as Critical Inquiry
 I developed and taught this liberal arts requirement for all freshmen. and cultures of embodiment including health and medical rhetoric. meaning-making via technology. Communication. and Embodiment
 I developed and taught this 8000-level seminar (8780 is the topics course Seminar in Professional Communication) focused on the intersections of technical language. learning to navigate this space shakes students out of their preconceptions about course management systems and encourages them to see a wide variety of digital technologies as spaces for intellectual and activist work.wordpress. ENGL 7780: Theory of Professional Communication 
 I developed this course to survey theories relevant to the field of professional and technical communication. The course also investigates key terms for the field and requires attention to the importance of technical communication pedagogy in the developing theoretical underpinnings of professional communication. and ideologies—with the gendered realities that both support and contradict particular understandings of risk to interrogate constructions of risk that are situated historiographically and culturally.10: Composition as Critical Inquiry

 I developed and taught this alternative to English 101 with a co-teacher. This course differs from English 101 in that it provides extra support for students by meeting five days per week rather than two or three days per week. Gender. and Society 

 I developed and taught this elective for students of all levels. which brings together current understandings of risk communication—its theories. WGS 120: Women. methodologies. historical understandings of health and their influence everyday life and practice. how industry interrelates with public health. as this public site creates a place for them to engage with the authors of the works they are reading. This requires students to think about risk at a meta-level. revision practices. Students in one section of this course also were partnered with graduate students in Honors 2011: Health and Medical Rhetorics for a semester-long mentoring assignment. I created an online space (http://riskcomm7765. This course examines how systems of 9 . peer review methods. It also helps them to build ethos in the field. ENGL 7790: Public Interest Writing
 I developed and taught this graduate-level course. MLA formatting and style. Illinois State University. The course focuses on four critical junctures: 1) the beginnings of the formalized discipline in the post-WWII era 2) the social turn 3) the cultural turn and other modern approaches 4) recent historiographical efforts to think about technical communication more broadly. and how medical discourses participate in the construction of the body and what constitutes health in the social sphere.
 ENG 101. for example. Perhaps just as importantly. In one section of this course. ENGL 7765: Risk Communication
 I developed and taught this graduate-level course. which takes a wide view of the domain of public interest writing and includes study of public policy.

which explores information design principles to produce effective written. and project management. which focuses on understanding the historical and social impact of technology on writing. TWC 431: Principles of Technical Editing
 I developed and taught this course. I have taught this course with special emphases on the relationship between form and content. I have taught this course to a wide-range of student audiences. which focuses on organizational issues and the historical development of technical communication. TWC 401/501: Principles of Technical Communication
 I developed and taught this course. ENG 145: Writing in the Academic Disciplines I developed and taught this introduction to research-based writing for multiple academic audiences. and the necessity of ethical considerations. oral. style. with emphasis on electronic environments and authorship studies. TWC 361: Writing for Health Care Management
 I collaborated with nursing faculty and taught this course for nursing professionals looking to study strategies. including community college students enrolled in a special program with ASU as well as many non-traditional students returning to college after years of workplace experience. proposals. standards. I have taught this course with special emphases on feminist perspectives. reviews. 10 . TWC 421: Principles of Writing with Technology
 I developed and taught this course. with emphasis on multimedia design. and techniques for effective writing and presentation of information. and hypertext. formats. audience analysis. This course explores issues related to copyright and intellectual property laws. ENG 283: Rhetorical Theory and Applications
 I developed and taught this course. This course includes study of manuals. ENG 249: Technical and Professional Writing I
 I developed and taught this introduction to technical and professional writing. the importance of feminist perspectives. TWC 451: Copyright and Intellectual Property in the Electronic Age
 I developed and taught this course for both graduate and undergraduate students. Spring 2011 – June 2013 TWC 200: Impact of Communications Technologies on Society
 I developed and taught this course. Arizona State University. and electronic technical communication as well as developing in students an understanding of rhetorical and audience analysis. gender shape societies around the world and how individual and collective actions transform the gender system of a society. which is a critical and analytical examination of the nature and historical development of rhetorical theory and its applications to contemporary discourse. computer-mediated communication. which introduces students to the basic principles of technical editing (for print and electronic media) including copyediting. formatting and style. This class moves from development of a historical understanding of copyright and intellectual property law to theoretical and practical examinations of its intersection with electronic media. reports.

PhD Student Preliminary Review Committee Member Temptaous McKoy.” Defense expected Fall 2018. Expected Fall 2017. Fall 2017. Abigail Morris. Expected Summer 2018. Fall 2014. Zach Lundgren. Carleigh Davis. Thesis Director Frances Norge. Now What?: Stigma in Healthcare Systems and the Rhetorics of Disclosure. Cecilia Shelton. Alana Baker. Kimberly Thompson. Cecilia Shelton. “You Have Herpes. Advising Dissertation Director Gina Kruschek. “Title forthcoming. “Integral Captions and Subtitles: Designing a Space for Embodied Rhetorics and Visual Access. Comprehensive Examination Director Abigail Morris. Fall 2016. Fall 2016. “Planned Behavior as a Technical Communication Theory Aimed at Student Retention.” Defense expected Spring 2019. Zach Lundgren. Expected Fall 2017. Fall 2016. “Pragmatic Feminist Empiricism: An Original Analytical Framework for Technical Communication. Deborah Welsh. Janine Butler. Temptaous McKoy. Gina Kruscheck. “Mimetic Rhetorical Theory in Technical Communication. Fall 2015. “Spectacular Rhetorics in Riyoko Ikeda’s La Ventana de Orfeo. Dissertation Committee Member Zach Lundgren.” Defense expected Summer 2018.” Defense expected Spring 2018. Kimberly Thompson.” Spring 2017.” Spring 2017. Carleigh DeAngelis. Comprehensive Examination Committee Member Ruby Kirk Nancy.” Fall 2014. PhD Student Advisor & Annual or Preliminary Review Director Gina Kruschek. Spring 2016. Fall 2016. 11 . “‘Surprise! You’re Dead!’: The Deepwater Horizon Disaster and Opening Statements in the Court of Public Opinion. Alana Baker. Expected Fall 2017. Expected Fall 2017. Stephanie West-Puckett. Fall 2017. Spring 2015.” Defense expected Spring 2019.

” Summer 2014. “Health Literacies.” Summer 2017 & Fall 2017. Kimberly Guest. Abigail Morris. Fall 2017.” Fall 2017. Melissa Lamaffar. “Collaborative Course Design in Scientific Writing. Pedagogical Training for English 3820: Scientific Writing. and Motivation. and news writing as well as facilitating teamwork and introducing them to our departmental culture.” Spring 2016. Fall 2017. Spring 2015. Abigail Morris. Fall 2017. Summer 2018. “The Rhetoric of Food and Health in the Southern Appalachians: Building a framework for cultural understanding. “Analyzing Successful Professionalization Practices in Technical and Professional Communication. “Students’ Conceptions of Learning and Correlation Between Approaches to Learning in Biology: A Descriptive Study. Thesis Committee Chair.” Spring 2015. Candice Ratley. Research Assistantship. Spring 2017. Research Assistantship. Spring 2017 12 .” Fall 2015. Cecily Timmons.” Spring 2017. Sarah Beth Robbins. Kourtney Moore. institutional web authoring software. “Risk Communication. Fall 2015.” Fall 2016. Spring 2015. Megan Rudolph. Directed Reading. Cristy Binder. Joshua Gardner. “The Rise of the Fitbit: Body-Monitoring as Habit. Spring 2017. Jamal-Jared Alexander. Directed Reading. Gina Kruschek. Addiction. Summer 2018. Fall 2015. Christina Rowell. “Universal language. Fall 2017 • Wes Carmichael. Spring 2015. Sponsored Project for Research and Creative Achievement Week. Comprehensive Assessment Project Director Linda Strauss. Carleigh DeAngelis. Research Assistantship. Thesis Committee Member Sterling James. “First Year Composition: Variations of Teaching Styles. Fall 2017 • Emily Tucker. Therese Pennell. Summer 2018. which entails training assistants in social media protocol and planning. Research Assistantship. Comprehensive Assessment Project Committee Member Wes Carmichael.” Fall 2014 and Spring 2015. Graduate Assistant Mentoring/Supervising Emily Tucker. Shane Combs.” Spring 2017. Fall 2014. “Feminist Rhetorics and Political Discourse. Communications Assistantship. • Christian Matthews. Abigail Morris. Kevin Welch. Joshua Gardner. Spring 2015. Research Assistantship. Shane Combs. I have overseen 20 graduate assistantships in my role as Communicators Coordinator. Norah Almutairi. Spring 2015.

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning In and Across the Disciplines. IL. Summer 2015 • Amanda Smith. Summer 2015 • Amanda Smith. Lincoln. 2004-2009. Illinois State University Writing Program. Copy editor. developed. The Courier newspaper. Positions Held Academic positions (non-teaching) Graduate Assistant. 13 . Tower Sign & Signal. May 2011 – May 2012. Conducted observations of instructors. July 2014 – present. Fall 2015 • Emily Tucker. August 2010 – May 2012. Technical Communication Consultant. Hettick. usability tested. The Hile Group. Manage website for private construction company. University of California-Davis. Performed comprehensive copy-editing for a book-length edited collection. funded by the Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. January 2010 – May 2010. Spring 2015 • Sterling James. January 2009 – May 2009. University Center for Learning Assistance. IL College Reading and Learning Association certified Master Tutor. May 2011 – May 2012. created. Summer 2015 • Gabrielle Carrero. Performed comprehensive copy-editing for a book-length edited collection. funded by the Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Fall 2015 Undergraduate Advising I regularly advise 12-15 undergraduate students. Fall 2016 • Carleigh DeAngelis. Also recruited and coordinated with an undergraduate co-copy editor. Proposed. Spring 2015 • Joshua Gardner. including work on developing a logo. Spring 2017 • Gina Kruschek. Computers & Writing. Illinois State University Writing Program. Graduate co-copy editor. Summer 2016 • Kristi Wiley. and maintained the Program’s web presence. Fall 2016 • Abigail Morris. Assisted in the organization of the 2009 GRN. News Editor. Heartland Community College. 2009 Graduate Research Network (GRN) Executive Committee. February 2008-August 2009.. Also trained others in the use of this website. Spring 2015 • Joshua Gardner. and maintained a new website for the Writing Program. developed bi- weekly professional development training modules for instructors. Illinois State University. August 2009 – June 2013 Writing tutor. supported the technology needs of approximately 40 graduate teaching assistants and 20 non-tenure track faculty. • Gabrielle Carrero. May 2008-July 2009. IL. Spring 2016 • Thomas Cox. Website developer. Summer 2016 • Abigail Morris. Gauisus: Selected Scholarship on Teaching and Learning at Illinois State University. Normal. Spring 2016 • Rexford Rose. oversaw Illinois State’s writing labs. Spring 2015 • Sterling James. Graduate Assistant. Spring 2017 • Sterling James. Inc. IL. Normal. August 2008 – December 2008 Related Employment Communication Consultant.

social media. Editor in Chief. Copy editor. graduate recruitment materials for 2014 & 2015 advertisements for the conference program of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Designer. 2014 & 2015 Moderator. Departmental Student Scholarships and Awards Committee. Kirksville. May 2005-April 2006. 2018 – present Occasional reviewer. 2014 Designer. Search Committee for Chair of the English Department. IL. Detours magazine. graduate recruitment flyers for PhD program and for all graduate programs Professional Service Peer Reviewer (Editorial Board Member). Features Editor. Kirksville. Communication Design Quarterly. English Graduate Student Organization Conference. ECU Sponsorship of English Studies At Large Conference. Lincoln.com). Fall 2016-Spring 2017 Member. Departmental Personnel Committee. August 2005-June 2007. Fall 2015-Spring 2016 Member. May 2005-April 2006. ECU Women's History Month Essay Contest. Departmental Graduate Committee. MO. Kirksville. January 2015 – December 2017 (Manage website. International Women’s Day Celebration. Freelance Movie Critic. 2018 – present Peer Reviewer (Editorial Board Member). Kirksville. December 2005-May 2006. Staff writer. Spring 2017 Member. Ad Hoc Committee on Proposal of Bachelor of Science in English. Spring 2017- Founder & Facilitator. Spring 2014 Co-organizer. Fall 2014-Spring 2017 Member.Investigative reporter. News reporter. April 2006-May 2007.wordpress. Research and Creative Activity Week 2018 Communications Coordinator. Kirksville. connexions international professional communication journal 14 . Detours magazine. 2017-2018 Chair. and internal communications for English department of 70+ faculty. Index newspaper. Rhetoric Review. January 2004-May 2004. Index newspaper. Institutional Service Member. Campus Recreation and Wellness mission/vision/values revision. MO. The Courier newspaper. PhD Program Working Group. Fall 2013- Faculty Judge. PhD Jobs Group (englishjobsgroup. Departmental Student Scholarships and Awards Committee. Ad Hoc Committee on MA Research Methods Courses. March 4. East Carolina University Department of English. Detours magazine. public relations. Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Ambassador. Fall 2013- Peer teaching observer. August 2007-February 2008. MO. MO. numerous departmental colleagues and students. 2017- Member. Fall 2015- Member. MO.) Consultant. 2014 Judge.

Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Meeting 2017. Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Meeting 2015. FL Professional Development Leadership Development East Carolina University Chancellor’s Leadership Academy. Spring 2015 Harriot College of Arts and Sciences College Faculty Leadership Seminar: Fostering Civic Engagement in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Meeting 2016. Technical Communication Quarterly Occasional reviewer. Portland. Houston. Association for Business Communication. FL Moderator. March 2015.” English Faculty / Staff Development Series DE Workshop. Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Annual Meeting 2017. OR First-round reviewer. Kansas City. 11. Graduate Studies Committee. special issue of Technical Communication Quarterly on “The Medical Humanities and/or the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine” Member. 15 . Fall 2014 Professional Development Gold Faculty Writing Group. East Carolina University. Spring 2017 BB&T Faculty Leadership Fellows Program. Spring 2016 Advanced Writing Across the Curriculum Academy. 2017. Tampa. 2012 – 2017 Reviewer. Portland. TX First-round reviewer. KS Reviewer. 2017 Rhetoric of Health and Medicine Symposium Program Committee Reviewer. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication Occasional reviewer. TX First-round reviewer. April 2014-present “Using Text Expansion and Automation for Better Responses to Student Writing. Ann Arbor. World Medical and Health Policy Member. OR Reviewer. Occasional reviewer. MI Reviewer. Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Annual Meeting 2018. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management Occasional reviewer. Proposals for 2018 SIG Medical Rhetorics Special Interest Group Roundtable at the College Conference on Composition and Communication Reviewer. International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference 2016. Summer 2015 Writing Across the Curriculum Academy. Houston. Tampa. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Annual Meeting 2016. Oct. Journal of Business and Technical Communication Occasional reviewer.

Office for Faculty Excellence and the University Writing Program workshop. 2011 Assessment Workshop. East Carolina University. East Carolina University. East Carolina University. Science. Learning. Grants Program seminar. Illinois State University. Spring 2014 QEP I: Metacognition and the Writing Intensive Course. 2011 Teaching and Learning Symposium. Office for Faculty Excellence. Encouraging a Proactive Student Body in the Distance Education Classroom. Office for Faculty Excellence workshop. and Technology Summer Institute. Spain. East Carolina University. East Carolina University. Spring 2014 Building the NIH Proposal. Office for Faculty Excellence and the University Writing Program workshop. Science. Grants Program workshop. Office for Faculty Excellence workshop. Salamanca. September 2011 Center for Teaching. Fall 2013 Curriculum Development Workshop: Connections for Success. 2010 Study Abroad. East Carolina University. Fall 2016 Grants in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Normal. 2010 Sustainable Teaching. Normal. Fall 2013 Online Teaching and Learning Workshop. East Carolina University. Office for Faculty Excellence and the University Writing Program workshop. East Carolina University. Fall 2015 Humanities. Illinois State University. Illinois State University. Summer 2014 Re-envisioning Evaluation: Responding to Student Writers. IL. Arts. Summer 2015 Teaching Online. Illinois State University. Office for Faculty Excellence workshop. and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory: Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop. East Carolina University. Spring 2014 QEP II: Strategies to Promote Metacognition in WI Courses. Spring 2014 QEP III: Implementing Metacognition Assignment Workshop. East Carolina University. East Carolina University. Fall 2013 RAMSeS Workshop. IL. and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory: Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop. Learning. Fall 2015 SPSS Statistics Workshop. Fall 2015 Conveying and Sustaining Caring in Online Classrooms. Office for Faculty Excellence. Fall 2014 Humanities. East Carolina University. January 2011 Safe Zone-trained GLBTQ Ally. Grants Program seminar. Arts. and Living Symposium. May 2004-July 2004 Professional Affiliations Association for Business Communication Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition Council for Programs in Scientific and Technical Communication National Council of Teachers of English Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Rhetoric Society of America Sigma Tau Delta 16 .

Awards and Honors 2017 Bertie Fearing Excellence in Teaching Award. UK. Staff General Excellence. Illinois State University Outstanding University Graduate Student Teaching Award Winner. Department of English. East Carolina University 2017 Finalist. 2013. Editorial Excellence. 2013. East Carolina University Alumni Association and Robert L. Illinois State University Invited Participant at International Symposium on Discourses of Health. 2018 17 . University of Cincinnati Invited Participant at First International Critical Medical Humanities Symposium. 2009 Illinois Press Association Contest Second Place. 2008 Illinois Press Association Contest 2007 Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Grant Apple Award for Best College Magazine Nationally. and Society: Emerging Roles and Evolving Practices. 2008 Illinois Press Association Contest Honorable Mention. 2008 Illinois Press Association Contest Third Place. Most Innovative Project. 5-6. 2009 Illinois Associated Press Editors Association First Place. Sept. Medicine. Index newspaper. 2010-2011 Illinois State University Outstanding Academic/Educational Program of the Year (awarded to Erin Frost and Gretchen Frank for Sigma Tau Delta’s English Studies At Large Conference) Future Alumni Leader Winner. 2006 Illinois Associated Press Editors Association Apple Award for Best College Newspaper Nationally. Nov. Staff General Excellence. 2006 and 2007 First Place. 2005 and 2006 Truman State University President’s Honorary Full Tuition Scholarship. Detours Magazine. Jones Outstanding University Teaching Award 2015 CCCC Outstanding Dissertation Award in Technical Communication Winner Sorenson Best Dissertation Award Nominee. 2010-2011 2010 Sigma Tau Delta Scholarship for Outstanding Service and Leadership in English Studies First Place. 2003-2007 Last updated May 2. 4-5. News Reporting. Spot News Photography. Durham. Department of English.