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KIM LACEY

SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

Home: Office: E-Mail: krlacey@svsu.edu


16484 Vintage Drive Brown Hall 358 Website: kimberlylacey.com
Fenton, MI 48430 University Center, MI 48710 Skype: kim.lacey5
Cell Phone: (586) 994-3084 Office Phone: (989) 964-2016

EDUCATION

Ph.D. English, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI


May 2011
Dissertation: Making Memory: Techne, Technology, and the Refashioning of Contemporary Memory
Dissertation Committee: Dr. Richard Marback (chair), Dr. Jeff Pruchnic, Dr. Frances Ranney,
Dr. Richard Doyle (Penn State)
Direct link: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/oa_dissertations/246/

B.A. English with French minor, Oakland University, Rochester, MI


May 2003
Honors College
Thesis: “A Taste of Anger: Shelagh Delaney and John Osborne’s Utilization of the Pregnant Female Body”

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Associate Professor of English. Tenured. Saginaw Valley State University, July 2017-present
Assistant Professor of English. Tenured. Saginaw Valley State University, July 2012-June 2017
Instructor of English. Saginaw Valley State University, July 2011-June 2012
Graduate Teaching Assistant. Wayne State University, 2005-2011

PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLES
“Art, Sex, Identity and Existence: A Dialogue on Selfies.” Co-written with Mike Mosher. Bad Subjects.
Issue 88: The University. Online. (September 2015): n.p.
Direct link: https://bad.eserver.org/issues/2015/88/selfies-lacey-mm
“Forget Forgetting: We Can Still Find You. Probably.” Bad Subjects. Issue 86. Online. (Summer
2014): n.p.
Direct link: https://bad.eserver.org/issues/2014/86/forget-html
“Viva Whenever: Suspended and Expanded Bodies in Time.” Journal of Evolution and Technology. Vol. 22,
No. 1 (December 2011): 73-80.
“The Future of Forgetting: Rhetoric, Memory, Affect.” Co-written with Jeff Pruchnic. Rhetoric Society
Quarterly. Vol. 41, No. 5 (2011): 472-494.

BOOK CHAPTERS
“So Close, Yet So Far Away: Temporal Pastiche and Dear Photograph.” Rhetoric, Through Everyday Things.
Scot Barnet and Casey Boyle, eds. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2016. 171-182. Print.
“Tricks of the Trade or Trading Off?: The Cost of Professionalizing.” What We Wish We’d Known:
Negotiating Graduate School. Ryan Skinnell, Judy Holiday, and Christine Vasset, eds.
Fountainhead Press, 2015. 199-201. Print.
Lacey – CV 1
Last update: 2/14/20
BOOK REVIEWS
Photography after Photography: Gender, Genre, History. Feminist Theory. Vol. 20, No. 4 (December 2019):
468-470.
Loud and Proud: Gender, Music, and Identity. Review of Gender and Rock. Resources for Gender and Women’s
Studies: A Feminist Review. Vol. 4, Nos. 2-3 (Spring-Summer 2019): 13-14.
Combined review of Choreographies of the Living: Bioaesthetics in Literature, Art, and Performance and
Bioaesthetics: Making Sense of Life in Science and the Arts. Configurations. Vol. 27, No. 3 (Summer 2019):
411-415.
Surface Imaginations: Cosmetic Surgery, Photography, and Skin. Emotion, Space, and Society. 28 (2018):
77-78.
“To Have and to Fold: A Review of Timothy Murray’s Digital Baroque: New Media Art and Cinematic Folds
by Timothy Murray.” Enculturation. (September 29, 2014): n.p. Web.
“Telesthesia: Communication, Culture and Class.” The Information Society. Vol. 30, No. 4 (July 2014):
292-293.
“Digital Labor: The Internet as Playground and Factory.” The Information Society. Vol. 30, No. 2 (March
2014): 159-160.
“Access Controlled: The Shaping of Power, Rights, and Rule in Cyberspace.” The Information Society. Vol.
28, No. 5 (October 2012): 346-347.
“Reticulations: Jean-Luc Nancy and the Networks of the Political.” The Information Society. Vol. 27, No. 4
(July 2011): 272-273.

DIGITAL PROJECTS
Contributor, Sweetland’s Digital Rhetoric Collaborative’s Blog Carnival 14: Discerning Digital Rhetorics’ Futures,
“Unintended Use and Digital Rhetoric.” Published October 10, 2018.
Direct link: http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org/2018/10/10/unintended-use-and-digital-rhetoric/
Co-host, HASTAC Scholars Forum, “Living Mediations: Biology, Technology, and Art.” Hosted this forum
with three co-hosts from two different universities. We developed the forum, invited other special
guests, moderated the comments, and continued the discussion offline. Launched March 2011 and as of
May 4, 2011, it had 57 lengthy comments and 8,000+ page views.
Direct link: https://www.hastac.org/initiatives/hastac-scholars/scholars-forums/living-mediations-
biology-technology-and-art

OTHER SHORT WORKS


Magazine Articles
“Shaken or Stirred? EBooks or Paper?” Guru Magazine. Issue 18, (October 2015): n.p.
“Review of: The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind.” Guru
Magazine. Issue 18, (October 2015): n.p.
“Remote Control for Brains…and Bugs?” Guru Magazine. Issue 16, (February 2014): 33-35.
“When Writers Lie, Cheat, and Steal.” Guru Magazine. Issue 15, (December 2013): 51-53.
“Crowd-Sourced Code Hacking: Decoding Kryptos.” Guru Magazine. Issue 14, (October 2013): 9-13. Cover story.
“Peeping Inside the Mind of the Stripper.” Guru Magazine. Issue 13, (August 2013): 26-29.
“Evolution of a Story: An Interview with Adam Marek.” Guru Magazine. Issue 13, (August 2013): 48-51.
“You’re Getting Sleepy…” Guru Magazine. Issue 11, (April 2013): 21-25.
“Review of Bio-Punk: Stories from the Far Side of Research.” Guru Magazine. Issue 11, (April 2013): 53.
“Review of Deceived Wisdom: Why What You Thought Was Right Is Wrong.” Guru Magazine. Issue 11,
(April 2013): 54.
“Out, Damned Spot!” Guru Magazine. Issue 10, (February 2013): 24-27.
“The Life of a Book Worm.” Guru Magazine. Issue 8, (October 2012): 44-46.
“Criminal Minds: Inside the Underworld.” Guru Magazine. Issue 7, (August 2012): 19-22.
“Remember That!” Guru Magazine. Issue 6, (June 2012): 18-19.
Lacey – CV 2
Last update: 2/14/20
OTHER SHORT WORKS, CONTINUED

“Die Once, Live Twice.” Guru Magazine. Issue 5, (April 2012): 17-19.
“Crossovers in the Senses.” Guru Magazine. Issue 4, (February 2012): 44-47.
“Face the Truth!” Guru Magazine. Issue 3, (December 2011): 27-29.
“Stop Copying Me!” Guru Magazine. Issue 2, (October 2011): 22-24.
“Is Seeing Really Believing?” Guru Magazine. Issue 1, (August 2011): 26-29.

Conference Reviews
Computers and Writing 2009 Individual Session Reviews: A2, B7, D1, E7. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric,
Technology, and Pedagogy. 14.2 (Spring 2010): n.p.

Encyclopedia Entries
“Google Flu Trends.” Forthcoming in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Big Data: 2022.
“Wikileaks.” Forthcoming in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Big Data: 2022.

PRESENTATIONS

NATIONAL AND LARGE REGIONAL CONFERENCES


“Curated Authenticity: Food Cultures and Digital Spaces.” Plenary session. Presented with Julie Thompson Klein,
Ph.D. (Wayne State University) and Andy Engel, Ph.D. (University of Michigan). Conference on Citizenship
Studies. Detroit, Michigan. March 2019.
“The Curated Look of Ethnicity: Writing and Encouraging Dialogue through Food.” Equity within the Classroom
Conference. University Center, Michigan. March 2019.
“It’s Raining Code: Visual, Aesthetic, and Interactive Data.” Cultural Rhetorics Conference. East Lansing,
Michigan. November 2018.
“Making Mistakes: The Mandela Effect and Contemporary Epistemology.” Thomas R. Watson Conference on
Rhetoric and Composition. Louisville, Kentucky. October 2018.
“Driverless Activism: Hands-Free Digital Humanities and AI.” Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory
and Practice. Detroit, Michigan. September 2018.
“Kitchen Activism: Digitally Representing Detroit’s Global Cuisine.” Network Detroit: Digital Humanities
Theory and Practice. Detroit, Michigan. September 2018.
“Confabulation and the Re-Invention of Self-Knowledge.” Rhetoric Society of America. Minneapolis,
Minnesota. May 2018.
“The Cardinal Coaching Program: Envisioning Student Success with Cross-Campus Collaboration.” Written
and presented with Neil Baumgartner (SVSU). The Michigan Student Success Conference. Troy, Michigan.
February 2016.
“How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters, or the Citizen Body Under Arrest.” Society
for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Houston, Texas. November 2015.
“But First, Let Me Write with Selfies.” WIDE-EMU. East Lansing, Michigan. October 2015.
“Comparing Student Engagement and Satisfaction in Online vs. Face-to-Face Courses.” Written and
presented with James Bowers, Ph.D. (SVSU) and Poonam Kumar, Ed.D. (SVSU). Lilly Conference on
Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning. Traverse City, Michigan. October 2015.
“Detroit, Zines, and Digital Justice.” Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice. Southfield,
Michigan. September 2015.
“Teaching Presence on the Rise: Engaging Undergraduate Students in Online Courses.” Written and
presented with James Bowers, Ph.D. (SVSU) and Poonam Kumar, Ed.D. (SVSU). Bucknell University Digital
Scholarship Conference: Collaborating Digitally: Engaging Students in Faculty Research. Lewisburg,
Pennsylvania. Presented via Skype. November 2014.

Lacey – CV 3
Last update: 2/14/20
NATIONAL AND LARGE REGIONAL CONFERENCES, CONTINUED

“‘Detroit is a Shithole’: Matthew Barney and the City.” Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and
Practice. Southfield, Michigan. September 2014.
“Bordering and Unknown Space: On the Non-Existent Text.” Rhetoric Society of America. San Antonio,
Texas. May 2014.
“Unpaid Digital Citizenry: Neo-Capitalist Pyramid Schemes.” Conference on Citizenship Studies. Detroit,
Michigan. March 2014.
“Stairway 2 Success (Squared): Intentional Retention Reform for Conditionally Admitted Students.”
Written and presented with Nick Wagner, Ed.D. (SVSU) and Bryan Crainer (SVSU). High Impact Practices:
Creating a Culture of Completion Conference. Troy, Michigan. February 2014.
“Free Playbor.” WIDE-EMU. Ypsilanti, Michigan. October 2013.
“Meta-metamorphosis: The Aesthetics and Survival of Transition.” Society for Literature, Science, and the
Arts, South Bend, Indiana. October 2013.
“Hacking the Lens: Presence through Absence.” Written and presented with Derek Risse, Ph.D. (Wayne
State University). Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice. Southfield, Michigan.
September 2013.
“Digital Ar[t]chives and the Memory of Forgetting. Computers and Writing, Frostburg, Maryland.
Presented via YouTube recording. June 2013.
Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVxfntAaWkk&feature= youtu.be
“Artifacts and Feminist Ethos: Memory and Identity Construction.” Written and presented with Suzan
Aiken, Ph.D. (SVSU). Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters Annual Conference. Holland,
Michigan. March 2013.
“Participatory Video Inside and Out: Popular, Political, and Programmatic Performance(s).” Networked
Humanities: From Within and Without the University: A Digital Humanities Symposium. Lexington,
Kentucky. February 2013.
“Addressing Challenges of the Common Core Through Technology and Literacy Coaching.” Annual
Conference for the Michigan Council of Teachers of English. East Lansing, Michigan. October 2012.
“Factish or Fiction?: Fake Images, Truth Claims, and Memory.” Society for Literature, Science and the
Arts. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. September 2012.
“The Rhetorical Mimic: Using Empathy to Persuade.” Rhetoric Society of America. Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. May 2012.
“The TEXTures of Digital First Year Writing.” Computers and Writing. Raleigh, North Carolina. May 2012.
“Emphatic Persuasion: The Rhetorical Mimic.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters Annual
Conference. Alma, Michigan. March 2012.
“Some New Laws of Motion: Physics and Digital Writing.” Computers and Writing. Ann Arbor, Michigan.
May 2011.
“Manipulating Memory: Keeping It Real.” Conference on College Composition and Communication.
Atlanta, Georgia. April 2011.
“Digital Memory, Networked Forgetting.” THATCamp Chicago. Evanston, Illinois. November 2010.
“The Vicious Cycle: Memory, Loss, and Return.” Society for Literature, Science and the Arts. Indianapolis,
Indiana. October 2010.
“Forgetting to Remember: Keeping Tabs on Digital Memory.” Rhetoric Society of America. Minneapolis,
Minnesota. May 2010.
“Memory: Techne, Technology, and Remembering.” Conference on College Composition and Communication.
Louisville, Kentucky. March 2010.
“Decoding Kryptos and the Failure of Human/Machine Interaction.” Society for Literature, Science, and
the Arts. Atlanta, Georgia. November 2009.
“Viva Whenever: Suspended and Expanded Bodies in Time.” Computers and Writing. Davis, California.
June 2009.

Lacey – CV 4
Last update: 2/14/20
NATIONAL AND LARGE REGIONAL CONFERENCES, CONTINUED

“Investigating Suspension: Body Expansion and Time Creation.” Society for Literature, Science, and the
Arts. Charlotte, North Carolina. November 2008.
“A Page of One’s Own: Investigating Hyper-Gendered Blogging.” Organization for the Study of
Communication, Language, and Gender. Nashville, Tennessee. October 2008.
“Linking Up: Blogging and Ethical Self-Consciousness.” Rhetoric Society of America. Seattle, Washington.
May 2008.
“Blogging Butler: Digital Sex Versus Digital Gender.” Computers and Writing. Detroit, Michigan. May 2007.
“The Future of Computers and Writing.” Roundtable Participant. Computers and Writing. Detroit,
Michigan. May 2007.
“Facilitating Peer-Review Across the Curriculum.” Tutor Institute. Detroit, Michigan. April 2006.

SMALLER TALKS: CAMPUS AND DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS, COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS, PODCASTS


“Combatting Women’s Societal Issues and Impostor Syndrome.” Women’s History Month Luncheon. Saginaw
Valley State University. Scheduled for March 19, 2020.
“Arts and Behavioral Sciences Online and Hybrid Showcase.” SVSU Center for Academic Innovation.
Saginaw Valley State University. April 20, 2018.
“Intersectionality and the #SayHerName Movement: A Campus Discussion.” Saginaw Valley State
University. April 4, 2018.
“Strategies for Teaching Critical Writing: ENGL 212.” English Department. Saginaw Valley State University.
March 21, 2018.
“Intersectionality Training.” Created and presented with Ken Jolly, Ph.D. (SVSU) and Melissa Garmo, Ph.D.
(SVSU). Shelterhouse. Midland, Michigan. March 7, 2017.
“Scary Firsts.” Cardinal Talks. Saginaw Valley State University. October 9, 2015.
“Strategies for Success.” Charter School Transition Camp. Saginaw Valley State University. August 24, 2015.
“Poetry, Prose, and Politics: Commenter.” International Graduate Historical Studies Conference. Central Michigan
University. March 28, 2015.
“Teaching Presence.” SVSU Teaching Symposium. Saginaw Valley State University. February 18, 2015.
“TransAmerica: Panel Discussion.” Roundtable Participant. Saginaw Valley State University. February 8, 2015.
“Kim Lacey on Teaching Rhetoric, Composition and Literature in the Digital Age.” Writing | Education |
Technology (WET) Podcast. Hosted by Erik Marshall, Ph.D. Recorded October 1, 2014.
Direct link: http://www.erikmarshall.net/blog/wet005-kim-lacey-on-teaching-rhetoric-composition-and-
literature-in-the-digital-age.
“Strategies for Success.” Charter School Transition Camp. Saginaw Valley State University. August 13, 2014.
“Canvas Demonstration.” Informational Session. Saginaw Valley State University. August 2014
“Professor Perspective: Parent Session.” Student Orientation and Academic Registration. Saginaw Valley
State University. 2013, 2014.
“Strategies and Tools for Engaging Undergraduate Students in Online Classes.” Written and presented
with James Bowers, Ph.D. (SVSU) Faculty Technology Showcase. Saginaw Valley State University. April 9,
2014.
“Using Writing for Reflection and Metacognition.” Presented with the University Writing Committee.
Teaching Table. Saginaw Valley State University. March 12, 2014.
“Effective Writing for College and Beyond.” Presented with John Basler, Ph.D. (SVSU) Saginaw Valley State
University. February 24, 2014.
“Faculty Summer Institute: Alumni Experiences.” Guest Speaker. Saginaw Valley State University.
August 14, 2013.
“Rhetorical Appeals and Topic Selection.” Guest Professor. Great Lakes Bay Region K-12 Faculty Institute.
Saginaw Valley State University. August 8, 2013.
“Teju Cole, Lydia Davis, and the Micro-Story.” Guest Professor. Ming Chuan University at Saginaw Valley
State University. July 15, 2013.
Lacey – CV 5
Last update: 2/14/20
SMALLER TALKS, CONTINUED

“Historical Perspectives on the Digital and Rhetoric and Composition.” Seminar in Theory (ENG 8008):
English and the Digital Humanities. Guest Professor. Wayne State University. September 12, 2012.
“Brainstorming.” ENGL 080 Workshop. Saginaw Valley State University. August 2012.
“Edgar Allan Poe and the ‘Tell Tale Heart.’” Guest Professor. Ming Chuan University at Saginaw Valley
State University. July 12, 2012.
“Reply All: Writing Networks, Writing Memory.” English Department Colloquia Series. Saginaw Valley
State University. March 30, 2012.
“New Digital Horizons in Humanities: Wayne State University HASTAC Scholars." Wayne State University's
Humanities Center. March 20, 2012.
“Using Pop Culture in First Year Writing.” First Year Writing Professional Development Workshops.
Saginaw Valley State University. October 2011.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

For syllabi and course details, please visit my website: kimberlylacey.com/teaching.html

SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (2011-PRESENT)


ENGL 080 – Writing Skills (10 sections)
ENGL 111 – Composition I (20 sections)
ENGL 202 – Literary Genres: Detective Fiction (9 sections)
ENGL 204 – Thematic Approaches to Literature: Drug Culture in 20th Century Fiction (2 sections)
ENGL 212 – Topics in Critical Writing (26 sections including 11 completely online sections)
My sections' themes have included: Techno-Futures; Writing about Oppression on TV: Orange is the New
Black; Writing about Gender Issues; Writing about Feminism; Selfies; How to Think about Weird Things;
The Watchers and the Watched; Memory in Theory and Practice; Persuasion and Argumentation
ENGL 290 – Independent Study: Special Topics in Writing (2 sections)
ENGL 494 – Independent Study: Special Topics (1 section)
GS 100 – Intro to Gender Studies (3 sections)
GS 490 – Independent Study: Capstone Project in Gender Studies (9 sections)
My students' projects have focused on: Gender, Sex, and Sexology; Gender Theory; Contemporary
Women's Literature; Contemporary Feminist Texts; Sexual Assault Awareness; Gender Studies
HON 292 – Honors II (1 section)
My section’s theme included: Living Mediations: Biology, Technology, and Art
HUM 191 – First-Year Transition (3 sections)

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY (2006-2011)


ENG 1020 – Introduction to College Writing (9 sections)
ENG 3010 – Intermediate Writing (8 sections)
ENG 3050 – Technical Communication I: Report Writing (3 sections)
ENG 3060 – Technical Communication II: Writing and Speaking (3 sections)

SERVICE

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION


Manuscript Reviewer, Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy, 2019-present
Manuscript Review, Queen City Writers, 2019-present
WAC Clearinghouse Publications Review Board, 2018-present

Lacey – CV 6
Last update: 2/14/20
SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION, CONTINUED

Manuscript Reviewer, Visual Communication, 2018-present


Manuscript Reviewer, Configurations, 2014-present
Proposal Reviewer, Digital Humanities Conference, 2020
Proposal Reviewer, Computers and Writing Conference, 2019-2020
Textbook Reviewer, Engaging Questions, 2019
Textbook Reviewer, The Rhetorical Mindset, 2018
Textbook Reviewer, Introduction to Women and Gender Studies, 2018
Platform Reviewer, Pearson Revel, 2018
Textbook Reviewer, How Writing Works, 2017
Textbook Reviewer, Good Writing, 2016
Composition Advisory Board, Cengage Learning, 2015-2016
HASTAC Conference, Designated Tweeter, 2015
Textbook Reviewer, The Prentice Hall Guide for College Writers, Pearson, 2014
Group Leader and Participant, Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop, 2014
Textbook Reviewer, How Writing Works, Oxford University Press, 2014
HASTAC Scholar Faculty Sponsor, Kylie Wojciechowski, HASTAC, 2013-2014
Textbook Reviewer, Situations of Writing, Pearson Education, 2013
Textbook Reviewer, National Geographic: Living in the World, Cengage Learning, 2012
Reviewer, Drexel University Writing Assessment, 2011, 2012
HASTAC Scholar (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory), 2009-2011
Textbook Reviewer, Everything’s A Text, Pearson Education, 2010
Textbook Reviewer, Writing Selves/Reading Culture, Pearson Education, 2009
Invited Proposal Reviewer, Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference, 2009
Computers and Writing Conference, Host School Organizer, 2007

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY: SELECT LIST


Complete record available upon request
Co-Editor, Writing@SVSU, 2018-present
Faculty Diversity Working Group, 2018-present
Disability Services Advisory Board, 2018-present
University Writing Committee, 2013-2017; 2018-present
Faculty Advisor, Cardinal Sins, 2017-present
Professional Journalistic Practices Committee, 2017-present
Student Conduct Board, 2012-present
Gender Studies Minor Committee, 2012-present
Task Force on Scheduling and Administrative Processes, 2016-2017
Faculty Website Re-Design Committee, 2015-2017
Student Success, Executive Steering Committee, 2015-2017
Co-Chair, University Writing Committee, 2014-2017
Gender Studies Minor, Coordinator, 2014-2017
Title IX Committee, 2015-2016
Cardinal Coaching Program, Planning Committee, 2015-2016
LGBTQ Center Steering Committee, 2015-2016
University Police Oversight Committee, 2015-2016
Chair, Interfacing with Student Affairs Sub-Committee, 2015-2016
Strategic Planning Committee, Arts and Behavioral Sciences, 2014-2016
Multicultural Services Advisory Committee, 2014-2016
Transition Semester Taskforce, 2014-2016
Charter Transition Camp, Presenter, 2014-2015
Lacey – CV 7
Last update: 2/14/20
SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY, CONTINUED

LGBT Advisory Committee, 2014-2016


Governance Sub-Committee, Social Media Committee, 2014-2016
Internal Communication Sub-Committee, Social Media Committee, 2014-2016
Safe Space Training Planning Committee and Presenter, 2013-2016
Student of Color Roundtable, 2014-2016
Social Media Committee, 2013-2016
First Year Engagement Committee, 2012-2016
Get Your Mind Right, Planning Committee, 2014
Search Committee, Assistant Director of Student Life, 2014
Learning Management System Selection Committee, 2014
Honors Program Interviewer, 2013-2015
Honors Program Committee, 2013-2015
LEAD Experience Mentor, 2011-2012; 2013-2014
Stairway 2 Success, Faculty Mentor and Mentor Trainer, 2013-2014
Stairway 2 Success, Planning Committee, 2013-2014
Stairway 2 Success, Common Read Pilot Program, Planning Committee, 2013-2014

SERVICE TO THE DEPARTMENT


Public Relations Committee, 2020-present
ENGL 212 Committee, 2015-2016
First Year Writing, English 080, Sub-Committee, 2013-2016
English Department Brown Bag Speaker Series, Organizer, 2012-2015
ThoughtSphere Volunteer, 2014, 2015
First Year Writing Awards Judge, 2012-2015
English Department Website Committee, Co-Chair, 2014
First Year Writing Awards Planning Committee, 2013-2014
First Year Writing Committee, 2012-2014
First Year Writing, English 111, Sub-Committee, 2012-2014
English Department Website Content Manager, 2012-2014
Search Committee, Assistant Professor of English (Composition), 2012-2013
First Year Writing, Program Assessment, Sub-Committee, 2012-2013
First Year Writing, Mentor Program, Sub-Committee, 2012-2013
Adjunct Faculty Mentor, English Department, 2012-2013

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND OUTREACH


YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region, Young Women’s Initiative, 2015-2016
YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region, Advocacy Committee, 2015-2016
Leadership in Content Area Literacy, Technology Seminar Development Team, 2012-2013
Leadership in Content Area Literacy, Technology Seminar Presenter, 2012-2013
Leadership in Content Area Literacy Coach, 2011-2013

HONORS AND AWARDS

NATIONAL
Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in
Transition, Honor Roll, 2016

Lacey – CV 8
Last update: 2/14/20
HONORS AND AWARDS, CONTINUED

SVSU
Sabbatical granted, Winter 2020
Center for Academic Innovation, Title III: Open Education Resources Award, Grant Funding: $5,500, 2018-2019
SVSU Dow Visiting Scholars and Artists Program, Grant Funding for Isabel Wilkerson Visit: $5,000, 2015
SVSU Faculty Association Endowed Scholarship, Faculty Sponsor (Recipient: Tyler Bradley), 2014
Terry Ishihara Co-Curricular Involvement Award, Faculty Recipient, 2014
LEAD Experience Mentor, Additional Professional Development Funds, 2013-2014
LEAD Experience Mentor, Additional Professional Development Funds, 2011-2012

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Preventing Discrimination and Sexual Violence: Title IX, VAWA and Cleary Act for Faculty and Staff, 2016
Inclusion Advocacy Certification, 2015
HASTAC Conference, Conference Attendee, 2015
Creating Veteran Friendly Classroom Training, 2015
Question, Respond, Persuade (QPR) Training, 2015
Equity in the Classroom, Conference Attendee, 2014
High-Impact Practices: Creating a Culture of Completion, Conference Attendee, 2014
Terminal 4 Certification, 2013
Internal Review Board Training Completion, 2013
Completing College: What it Takes, What’s at Stake? Conference Attendee, 2013
Online/Hybrid Course Development Training, 2012
M.A.P. (Making Achievement Possible) Works Certification, 2012
Faculty Summer Institute, 2011

LANGUAGES

French: Moderate speaking, writing, and reading comprehension skills

TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCIES

Online Meeting Technology: Skype, GoTo Meeting, Wimba


Courseware: Sakai, Blackboard, Lore (Coursekit), Instructure/Canvas
Weblogs: WordPress, Medium, Blogger, Blogsome
General: MS Office Suite, Google Docs, Apple iWorks Suite
Basic Web Design: HTML
Video and Sound: iMovie, Garage Band
Wikis: PBWorks
Web 2.0: Over 100 collaborative teaching tools
FTP Clients: Fugu
Web Hosting: Terminal 4, Name.com, GoDaddy.com

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC)


Rhetoric Society of America
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts
Lacey – CV 9
Last update: 2/14/20
REFERENCES

Dr. James J. Brown, Jr., Associate Professor of English and Director of the Digital Studies Center (DiSC), Rutgers
University—Camden, Fine Arts Building, Room 213, 314 Linden Street, Camden, NJ 08102
E-Mail: jim.brown@rutgers.edu

Dr. Christopher Giroux, Associate Professor of English and SVSU Writing Center Assistant Director, Saginaw
Valley State University, Science East 165, University Center, MI 48710
E-Mail: cgiroux@svsu.edu

Dr. William Hart-Davidson, Associate Professor of Rhetoric, Writing, and American Cultures and Associate Dean
of Graduate Education, Michigan State University, 202 Linton Hall, East Lansing, MI 48823
E-Mail: hartdav2@msu.edu

Dr. Richard Marback, Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, and Research Fellow in the Center for the Study
of Citizenship, Department of English, Wayne State University, 5057 Woodward Avenue, Suite 10503.42, Detroit,
MI 48202
E-Mail: aa4749@wayne.edu

Dr. Julie Thompson Klein, Professor of Humanities Emerita in the Department of English, Wayne State
University, former Faculty Fellow for Interdisciplinary Development in the Division of Research and Faculty Fellow
for Digital Humanities in the Office for Teaching and Learning. Member of the Executive Board of HASTAC
(Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory). Mailing address: 111 Linden Court,
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
E-Mail: ad5820@wayne.edu

Lacey – CV 10
Last update: 2/14/20