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JESSICA E.

CLEMENTS
HOME ADDRESS: Home Address Line One Home Address Line Two Home Telephone Number Home E-mail Address EDUCATION: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Doctor of Philosophy, Expected May 2013 Major: English Primary Area of Specialization: Rhetoric and Composition Secondary Areas of Specialization: Rhetoric, Technology, and Digital Writing; Public Rhetorics Cumulative GPA: 4.00/4.00 The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Master of Arts, June 2008 Major: English Language and Literature Areas of Specialization/Interest: Rhetoric and Composition, Digital Media Studies Cumulative GPA: 3.96/4.00 Capital University, Columbus, OH Bachelor of Arts, May 2006 Major: English Literature Minors: Creative Writing, Spanish Cumulative GPA: 3.98/4.00 TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Academic Years 2008-Present Department of English, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Teaching third semester of English 10600: First-Year Composition. Continue to hold full responsibility (including syllabus construction, daily lesson and activity planning, evaluation and grading, etcetera) for these courses. Graduate Teaching Associate, Academic Years 2006-2008 Department of English, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Taught three quarters of English 110.01: First-Year English Composition. One of three quarters (spring 2007) taught in PC computer classroom. Taught three quarters of English 367.01: The American Experience (Intermediate Composition); one of three quarters (winter 2008) taught once UNIVERSITY ADDRESS: Department of English Purdue University 500 Oval Drive West Lafayette, IN 47907 clemenje@purdue.edu

Clements 2 weekly in a Mac computer classroom. Held full responsibility (including syllabus construction, daily lesson and activity planning, evaluation and grading, etcetera) for these courses. Adjunct Faculty, June-July 2007 Department of English, Capital University, Columbus, OH Taught one semester of UC 110: Reading and Writing in College as an accelerated, five-week summer course. Held full responsibility (including syllabus construction, daily lesson and activity planning, evaluation and grading, etcetera) for this course. Teaching Intern (Teaching Advanced Composition, Independent Study), Spring 2006 Department of English, Capital University, Columbus, OH Read approximately twenty self-selected articles from composition journals 1960-present. Met with instructor one hour per week to discuss readings and ENG 210 (Advanced Composition). Held regular hours, at least two per week, for tutorial meetings with students. Took an active role in instruction and classroom activities in ENG 210. Completed conference-length, conference-quality essay integrating theory and practice. Teaching Intern (Teaching College Composition, Independent Study), Autumn 2005 Department of English, Capital University, Columbus, OH Read approximately twenty instructor-selected articles from composition journals 1960-present. Met with instructor one hour per week to discuss readings and UC 110 (College Reading and Writing, First-Year Composition course). Held regular hours, at least one per week, for tutorial meetings with students. Prepared and implemented two 75-minute lesson plans. Completed an essay examining the role of the Teaching Intern and Course Management Software presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, spring 2006. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Graduate Writing Lab Consultant, Academic Year 2009-Present Purdue Writing Lab, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Working ten hours per week conducting one-on-one tutorials with Purdue students, faculty, and staff on any writing-related activity; responding to OWL Mail Tutor concerns; answering Grammar Hotline questions; giving workshops; and attending regularly-scheduled graduate Lab staff meetings. Student Supervisor of Peer Tutoring Program, Academic Year 2005-2006 Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Capital University, Columbus, OH Served as advisor/executive liaison for 49 tutors across curriculum. Helped update/organize/facilitate orientation/training sessions for new tutors. Helped conduct annual observations of each member of the tutoring program staff. Attended weekly staff meetings with faculty supervisor to discuss program progress. Concurrently fulfilled all duties of Peer Writing Tutor, as listed below.

Clements 3 Peer Writing Tutor, Academic Years 2003-2006 Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio Participated in orientation and training sessions and attended regular writing staff meetings. Helped to organize and to facilitate a series of small-group writing workshops. Tutored individual students and groups in writing across curriculum and coached study skills (within set weekly hours in the Center and/or independently arranged sessions). Co-editor, Dionysia (Capital University’s Literary Arts Magazine), Academic Years 2004-2006 Department of English, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio Solicited submissions, narrowed down submissions, chose aesthetically pleasing layout, assisted editor with Adobe PageMaker for production, edited manuscript, submitted for publishing, distributed final product. Peer Mentor (First-Year Experience Pilot Program), Autumn 2005 General Education Program, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio Read assigned materials for class and appropriate outside resources. Met with instructor twice weekly to discuss readings and UC 100 (Life of the Mind, First-Year Experience pilot program). Held regular hours, at least one per week, for tutorial meetings with students. Prepared and implemented lessons plans and/or apropos in-class activities as needed. Regularly critiqued students’ Critical Reflection and Attending-Learning journal entries. PRESENTATIONS: Clements, Jessica E. “Engagement Ring Advertisements: A Case Study of Debt and the Rhetorics of Need and Want.” Paper presented at the English 700 Graduate Colloquium, the Ohio State University. Columbus, OH: December 2006. Clements, Jessica E. “Magic Realism: the Vehicle of Postcolonial Writing.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Undergraduate Scholarship at Capital University. Columbus, OH: April 2006. Clements, Jessica E. “3-part TA + 1-part CMS = ?.” Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, IL: March 2006. PUBLICATIONS: Clements, Jessica E. “Sneezeallsnowsall.” Dionysia. Columbus, OH: Kever, 2006. 33-42. Clements, Jessica E. “Unsaid.” Dionysia. Columbus, OH: Kever, 2005. 2-14. WORKSHOPS: “Introduction to Visual Rhetoric.” Workshop through Purdue Writing Lab for English 10600: FirstYear Composition students. September 15, 2009.

Clements 4 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Participating in tutoring practicum: English 502: Practicum Writing Lab Tutorial (fall 2009). Participated in teaching practicums: English 505B: Teaching First-Year Composition II (spring 2009) and English 505A: Teaching First-Year Composition I (fall 2008). Attended the Digital Media and Composition Institute sponsored by the Department of English at the Ohio State University, May-June 2007. Attended the Graduate Workshop in American Literature at the Ohio State University, April 2007. Attended Writing Pedagogy Forums sponsored by the Writing Programs of the Department of English at the Ohio State University autumn 2006 and winter 2007: Teaching Multicultural Texts; Creativity as a Rhetorical Strategy; Strategies of Response to Student Texts; Teaching Style and Grammar as Rhetoric; Disability, Teaching, Writing; and Digital Media in the Writing Classroom. GRADUATE CORSEWORK: English 591: Introduction to Composition Theory English 622: Issues in Composition Studies: Classical Period to the Renaissance English 624: Issues in Composition Studies: Modern Period English 625: Seminar on Empirical Research in Writing English 680: Public Rhetorics Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy English 680: New Media Beyond (Re)Mediation English 710: Old English Language and Literature English 746: British Literature of the Romantic Period English 756: American Literature: 1840-1914 English 767: 20th Century Literature: 1945 to Present English 770.03: Folklore: Ethnography of Communication English 779.01: Rhetoric: Classical to Early Renaissance English 779.02: Rhetoric: Renaissance to 20th Century English 780: Critical Theory and Practice of Writing English 789: Graduate Introduction to Digital Media English 881.03: Teaching Composition in English as a Second Language HONORS/AWARDS: Graduate Associate Teaching Award Nominee, Autumn 2006 Summa Cum Laude (3.85 to 4.00 Cumulative G.P.A. upon Graduation), Spring 2006 Distinguished Senior Leadership Award, Spring 2006 Charlotte S. Kuchlewski Award for Excellence in English, Spring 2006 Adelaide Hinkle Undergraduate Prize in Creative Writing, Spring 2006 Sigma Tau Delta (International English Honor Society), President Academic Years 2004-2006 Phi Sigma Iota (the University’s Foreign Language Honor Society), Inducted Spring 2005 Alpha Chi (National Scholastic Honor Society), Inducted Spring 2004

Clements 5 SERVICE: Member, Christ United Methodist Web Development Team, Summer 2009-Present Webmaster, “Writing Your Way at Purdue” Syllabus Approach, Spring 2009-Present Member, Online Conference Committee, Computers and Writing 2010, Fall 2008-Present REFERENCES: Nan Johnson, PhD Professor of English Department of English The Ohio State University 457 Denney Hall 164 West 17th Ave. Columbus, OH 43210 (614) 292-5774 johnson.112@osu.edu Michael Carlson Kapper, PhD Instructor in English Terra State Community College 2839 Napoleon Road Freemont, OH 43420 (419) 559-2140 mkapper01@terra.edu Beverly J. Moss, PhD Associate Professor of English Department of English The Ohio State University 361 Denney Hall 164 West 17th Ave. Columbus, OH 43210 (614) 292-5763 moss.1@osu.edu Leslie Tannenbaum, PhD Associate Professor of English Department of English The Ohio State University 456 Denney Hall 164 West 17th Ave. Columbus, OH 43210 (614) 292-4641 tannenbaum.1@osu.edu