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Oxford College of Emory University

801 Emory Street, Oxford, GA 30054
GWENDOLYNNE COLLINS REID gwendolynne.reid@emory.edu
Curriculum Vitae | August 2018

EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy, Communication, Rhetoric, & Digital Media, North Carolina State University, 2017
Dissertation: Digital Writing in the Disciplines: Imagining Possibilities for Scholarship in Context of Digital Media
Committee: Carolyn R. Miller & Chris Anson (co-chairs), Susan Miller-Cochran, Deanna Dannels, & Stacey Pigg

Master of Arts, English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition, North Carolina State University, 2005
Thesis: The Rhetoric of Reality Television: A Narrative Analysis of the Structure of Illusion
Committee: Steven B. Katz (chair), Carolyn R. Miller, and Devin Orgeron

Master of Arts, Film Studies and Screenwriting, Hollins University, 2005
Committee: Mary C. Johnson (chair) and Klaus Phillips

Bachelor of Arts, Intercultural Studies, summa cum laude, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, 1999
Thesis: Spain and Euskera: A Study of Basque Cultural Identity and the Question of Bilingualism
Committee: Gabriel Asfar (chair), Edward Misch, and Nancy Bonvillain

APPOINTMENTS
Teaching Appointments
Assistant Professor, Oxford College of Emory University: 2017-present.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, NC State University: 2013-2016.
Lecturer & Senior Lecturer, NC State University: 2005-2013.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, NC State University: 2002-2004.
Administrative Appointments
Director of the Writing Program, Oxford College of Emory University: 2017-present.
Graduate Consultant, Campus Writing & Speaking Program, NC State University: 2016-2017.
Graduate Assistant Director, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University: 2013-2015.
Assistant Director of Program Development, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University: 2012-2013.

PUBLICATIONS
Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
Reid, Gwendolynne and Carolyn R. Miller. “Classification and its Discontents: Making Peace with Blurred
Boundaries, Open Categories, and Diffuse Disciplines.” In Composition, Rhetoric, and Disciplinarity. Rita
Malenczyk, Susan Miller-Cochran, Elizabeth Wardle, and Kathleen Blake Yancey, eds. Utah State UP, 2018.
Kampe, Christopher, Gwendolynne Reid, Paul Jones, Colleen S., Sean S., Kathleen M. Vogel. “Bringing the
National Security Agency into the Classroom: Ethical Reflections on Academia-Intelligence Agency
Partnerships.” Science and Engineering Ethics (2018). https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11948-017-
9938-7
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Reid, Gwendolynne. Shifting Networks of Science: Citizen Science and Scientific Genre Change. In Scientific
Communication: Practices, Theories, and Pedagogies. Han Yu and Kathryn Northcut, eds. Routledge Studies
in Technical Communication, Rhetoric, and Culture series. Routledge, 2017. 19-38.
Reid, Gwendolynne, Robin Snead, Keon Pettiway, and Brent Simoneaux. “Multimodal Communication in the
University: Surveying Faculty across Disciplines.” Across the Disciplines (March 2016).
http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/articles/reidetal2016.cfm
Reid, Gwendolynne. “Critical Analysis of a Wikipedia Entry.” In Twenty Writing Assignments in Context: An
Instructor's Resource for the Composition Classroom. Karma Waltonen and Melissa Bender, eds. McFarland,
2016.
Reid, Gwendolynne. Genre Introduction to Literature Reviews. In InterTEXTS: A Collection of Student Writing, 3rd
edition. Dana Gierdowski, Paul Colby, Wanda Lloyd, Meridith Reed, Chelsea Krieg, eds. Fountainhead, 2016.
Reid, Gwendolynne, Bridget Kozlow, Susan Miller-Cochran, and Chris Tonelli. “Legal Tender or Counterfeit
Currency: Organizing a Conference Off the Tenure-Track.” In Contingent Faculty Publishing in Community:
Case Studies for Successful Collaborations. Lynée Lewis Gaillet and Letizia Guglielmo, eds. Palgrave Press,
2015. 56-74.
Reid, Gwendolynne. “Updating the FYC-Library Partnership: Recent Work on Information Literacy and Writing
Classrooms, WPA-CompPile Bibliographies, No. 25.” WPA-CompPile Research Bibliographies (September
2014). Rich Haswell and Dylan Dryer, eds. http://comppile.org/wpa/bibliographies/Bib25/FYC-
Library_Partnership.pdf
Digital Projects
Reid, Gwendolynne. “A “Rhetoricized” IL and an “Informed” Rhetoric: Mapping the Conversation between
Rhet/Comp and Information Literacy at CCCC 2014.” Pedagogy & Practice (May 2014). Web.
[PDF at Pedagogy & Practice; webtext hosted on my site: http://gwendolynnereid.com/projects/pearson/]
Other Publications
Associate Editor. The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals: 2015. Steve Parks, Brian Bailie,
Romeo Garcia, Adela Licona, Kate Navickas, and David Blakesley, eds. Parlor Press, 2017.
Contributing bibliographer for The Bedford Bibliography for Teachers of Basic Writing. 4th edition. Chitralekha
Duttagupta and Robert Miller, eds. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2016.
Work in Progress
Penrose, Ann M. and Gwendolynne Reid. “Learning about Learning: Composition’s Renewed Engagement with
Cognition.” Composition Studies 46.2 (forthcoming: fall 2018).
Reid, Gwendolynne and Chris M. Anson. “Public- and Expert-Facing Communication: A Case Study of Internet-
Mediated Citizen Science.” In Genres and Science in the Digital Age: Connecting Traditional and New Genres.
Eds. Carmen Pérez-Llantada and María José Luzón. (in development)
Reid, Gwendolynne. “Compressing, Expanding, and Attending to Scientific Meaning: Writing the Semiotic Hybrid
of Science for Professional and Citizen Scientists.” (forthcoming: January, 2019)

CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIA
Conference Presentations
“‘Talking to Other People in Their Own Languages’: Making Interdiscursive Connections as Scientific Composing.”
International Writing Across the Curriculum conference. Auburn AL, 2018.
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“Dappled and Digital: Composing the Discipline in New Media and Modes.” Panel: Composing Networks: Towards a
More Heterogeneous Conception of Disciplinarity. Conference on College Composition and Communication,
Kansas City MO, 2018.
“Of Whales, Hearts, and Databases: An Undergraduate's Rhetorical Education in and out of the Lab.” Panel:
Learning to Write Disciplines: Cultivating Students’ Disciplinary Knowledge across Sites of Learning.
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland OR, 2017.
Vogel, Kathleen, Christopher Kampe, Paul Jones, and Gwendolynnne Reid. “Interplay: Qualitative Research &
Journaling App.” Laboratory for Analytic Sciences Research Symposium, Raleigh NC, 2016.
“Genre Change: Negotiating Polycontextuality in Scientific Genres.” Panel: Genres in a Complex World: Case
Studies in Emergence and Change. Rhetorical Society of America, Atlanta GA, 2016.
“Interrogating our Schemas for Discipline-as-Category.” Panel: Composition, Rhetoric, and Disciplinarity: Coming to
Terms with Our Past and Taking Action for the Future. Conference on College Composition and
Communication, Houston TX, 2016.
“Citizen Science: Shifting the Rhetorical Landscape of Scientific Communication.” NC State Graduate Research
Symposium Poster Session, Raleigh NC, 2016.
“Genre Change in Scientific Genres.” Panel: Making and Re-making Genre: Genres, Complexity, and Change.
Carolina Rhetoric Conference, Raleigh NC, 2016.
“A Technologized Writing Pedagogy: Teaching the Writer’s Tools in FYC,” Panel: Pedagogy, Multimodality, and
Digital Technology. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Tampa FL, 2015.
“Digital Academic Genres in the FYC Classroom: A Pedagogical Thought Experiment.” North Carolina Symposium
on Teaching Writing, Raleigh NC, 2015.
Keon Pettiway and Gwendolynne Reid. “Checking the Pulse of Multimodal Pedagogy: A Genre-based Inquiry of
Rhetoric Across the Disciplines.” North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing, Raleigh NC, 2015.
Kozlow, Bridget and Gwendolynne Reid. “Modularizing the Writing Program: Researching the Implications of the
One-Credit WID Course.” Carolinas Writing Program Administrators Fall Conference, Little Switzerland NC,
2014.
“Welcoming Wikipedia into the Classroom: Using Wikipedia to Teach Critical Information Literacy in First-Year
Writing.” NC State Graduate Research Symposium Poster Session, Raleigh NC, 2014.
“Welcoming Wikipedia into the Classroom: Using Wikipedia to Teach Critical Information Literacy in the First-Year
Writing Classroom.” Panel: Researching to Write, Writing to Research: Teaching Information Literacy to First-
Year Writing Students, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis IN, 2014.
Reid, Gwendolynne, Laura Giovanelli, Anne Burke. “Teaching Source Assessment to First-Year Students:
Researching to Write, Writing to Research” North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing, Raleigh NC,
2014.
Reid, Gwendolynne, Chris Tonelli, and Bridget Kozlow. “‘Separate but Equal’: Organizing a Conference off the
Tenure Track,” Council of Writing Program Administrators, Savannah GA, 2013.
Simoneaux, Brent, Gwendolynne Reid, Bethany Bradshaw, and Megan Hall. “Usability Meets Contingency:
Redesigning a Writing Program’s Interface,” Computers and Writing Conference, Frostburg MD, 2013.
Reid, Gwendolynne and J.L. Reid. “Shifting Narrative Structures: Remediating Interactive Fiction for Mobile
Apps,” CRDM Research Symposium and Carolina Rhetoric Conference, Raleigh NC, 2013.
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“Audience Imagined, Audience Revoked: Self-Presentation, Facebook, and the 2012 Presidential Election,”
Research Network Forum at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas NV,
2013.
“Negotiating Realities: A Collaborative Approach to Moving Beyond Skills in Basic Writing,” Conference on College
Composition and Communication, New Orleans LA, 2008.
Talks & Workshops
“Designing a Continuing Writing Course.” Writing Program Faculty Development Series. Oxford College of Emory
University. Oxford, GA, April 2018.
Bell, Stacy, Belle Xiaobo Wang, and Gwendolynne Reid. “Supporting Multilingual Writers.” Writing Program
Faculty Development Series. Oxford College of Emory University. Oxford, GA, March 2018.
“Facilitating Effective Peer Response.” Writing Program Faculty Development Series. Oxford College of Emory
University. Oxford, GA, February 2018.
“Designing Effective Writing Assignments.” Writing Program Faculty Development Series. Oxford College of Emory
University. Oxford, GA, November 2017.
“Responding to Student Writing.” Writing Program Faculty Development Series. Oxford College of Emory
University. Oxford, GA, October 2017.
Pigg, Stacey, Gwendolynne Reid, J.J. Sylvia, Stephen Carradini. “Preparing for the Academic Job Market.”
Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Student Association Workshop. NC State University. Raleigh, NC,
March 2017.
Guest lecturer for graduate seminar on Out in the Open: The Principles of Public Science (NR 595), taught by
Caren Cooper, Madhu Katti, and Jean Goodwin. North Carolina State University. Raleigh NC, February 2017.
Shell, Lea and Gwendolynne Reid. “Citizen Science in the Writing Classroom: Doing Science, Writing Science.”
NC State First-Year Writing Program Workshop. North Carolina State University. Raleigh NC, November 2016.
Guest panelist for graduate seminar on Rhetoric of Science and Technology (ENG 515), taught by Stacey Pigg.
North Carolina State University. Raleigh NC, August 2016.
Miller-Cochran, Susan, Gwendolynne Reid, Howard Melton, Bridget Kozlow, Stacey Cochran, Kate Lavia. “Online
Faculty Learning Community Report.” NC State First-Year Writing Program Workshop. Raleigh NC, April 2015.
Reid, Gwendolynne, J.J. Sylvia, Jason Buel, and Stephen Carradini. “Teaching and Learning with New
Technology.” Campus Writing and Speaking Program Workshop. North Carolina State University. Raleigh NC,
October 2014.
Miller-Cochran, Susan and Gwendolynne Reid. “Teaching English 101 Online: Lessons Learned.” NC State First-
Year Writing Program Fall Orientation Workshop. Raleigh NC, August 2014.
Reid, Gwendolynne and Susan Miller-Cochran. “Teaching in the Hybrid Classroom.” NC State First-Year Writing
Program Fall Orientation Workshop. Raleigh NC, August 2014 and August 2013.
Miller-Cochran, Susan and Gwendolynne Reid. “Teaching in the Flexible Classroom.” NC State First-Year Writing
Program Fall Orientation Workshop. Raleigh NC, August 2014 and August 2013.
“Teaching with Technology,” Teaching Assistant Training Workshop, NC State First-Year Writing Program, Raleigh
NC, May 2014 and May 2013.
“Critical Analysis of a Wikipedia Entry.” Digital Poster Share Session, NC State First-Year Writing Program, Raleigh
NC, March 2013.
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Reid, Gwendolynne, Roy Stamper, and Gene Melton. “Teaching Philosophies and Portfolios: Rhetorical,
Reflective, and Pedagogical Practice,” NC State First-Year Writing Program, Raleigh NC, January 2013.
Rash, Zachary, Karen Stapleton, and Gwendolynne Reid. “Teaching English 101 Without a Textbook,” NC State
First-Year Writing Program Workshop, Raleigh NC, November 2010.
Reid, Gwendolynne, Katherine Hagopian, and Rebecca De Haas. “Portfolios in the 100/101 Classroom: Benefits
and Challenges,” NC State First-Year Writing Program Workshop, Raleigh NC, October 2009.
Shepherd, Dawn and Gwendolynne Reid. Using the Google Suite in the First-Year Writing Classroom, NC State
First-Year Writing Program Workshop, Raleigh NC, November 2008.
Penrose, Ann, Katherine Hagopian, David DeMare-Stivers, and Gwendolynne Reid. “Evaluating Student Writing in
ENG 101: The FYWP’s Evaluative Criteria in Action,” NC State First-Year Writing Program Workshop, Raleigh
NC, November 2006.
News Coverage
Metzler, Caroline. “NC State Study: Multimodal Learning Beneficial to College Students,” Daily Tarheel 18 Apri.
2016. Web. <http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2016/04/nc-state-study-multimodal-learning-beneficial-to-
college-students>. Coverage of my Across the Disciplines article.
Jaschik, Scott. “Study on Importance of 'Multimodal' Teaching.” Inside Higher Ed 29 Mar. 2016. Web.
<https://www.insidehighered.com/quicktakes/2016/03/29/study-importance-multimodal-teaching>. Coverage of
my Across the Disciplines article.

“Study Highlights Importance of Multimodal Communication in Higher Ed,” ScienceDaily 28 Mar. 2016. Web.
<https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160328105756.htm>. Coverage of my Across the Disciplines
article.
Shipman, Matt. “Study Highlights Importance of Multimodal Communication in Higher Ed.” NC State News 28 Mar.
2016. Web. <https://news.ncsu.edu/2016/03/reid-modes-2016>. Coverage of my Across the Disciplines article.
Research Assistantships
Research Assistant to Kathleen Vogel, Laboratory for Analytic Sciences, NC State University: 2016-2017.
Assisted in ethnographic and design-based research on the Journaling App, a digital tool designed to support
intelligence analysis and report writing. Assisted in study design, data collection, and analysis of a mixed
method study that included data from surveys, interviews, participant observation, trace ethnography, textual
artifacts, and big data.
Research Assistant to Susan Miller-Cochran, NC State University: 2014-2015.
Conducted research on online writing course design; co-facilitated a faculty learning community about online writing
course design; collected data on instructor transitions to the online learning environment; collected
assessment data about achievement of student learning outcomes in online courses.
Research Assistant to Ann M. Penrose, NC State University: 2013.
Conducted research on learning styles, disability studies, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

TEACHING
Courses Taught
Discovery Seminar, “Born Digital: Digital Natives & Digital Literacies,” Oxford College of Emory University, 2018.
First-year, inquiry-based seminar on the digital natives/immigrants metaphor and digital literacies.
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English 220W, “Rhetorical Studies,” Oxford College of Emory University, 2018.
Introduction to rhetorical theory and practice with attention to the ethics of rhetorical practice. Writing intensive.
English 186, “Critical Reading and Writing for Multilingual Writers,” Oxford College of Emory University, 2018.
First-year composition course introducing multilingual students to academic writing in context of interrelated
literacies such as reading, oral presentations, information literacy, and multimodal composition.
English 185, “Critical Reading and Writing,” Oxford College of Emory University, 2017-2018.
First-year composition course introducing students to academic writing in context of interrelated literacies such as
reading, oral presentations, information literacy, and multimodal composition.
English 323, “Writing in the Rhetorical Tradition,” NC State University, 2006, 2016.
Advanced composition course putting writing and argument in context of rhetorical history, theory, and practice.
Learning environment: traditional classroom.
English 332, Communication for Business and Management, NC State University, 2015-2016.
Professional writing course with a focus on business, nonprofits, and public organizations. Learning environment:
online.
Communication/English 395, “Digital Genres: Getting Things Done Online,” NC State University, 2015.
Special topics course on rhetorical genre theory and digital rhetoric. Learning environment: seminar classroom
English 101, “Academic Writing and Research,” NC State University, 2004-2015.
First-year composition course introducing academic writing and research across the disciplines. Learning
environments: online, hybrid, flexible, bring-your-own-technology, laptop, desktop, traditional.
English 100, “Introduction to Academic Writing,” NC State University, 2005-2010.
First-year composition course introducing college-level academic writing and literacy practices. Learning
environments: laptop, desktop, traditional.
Courses Developed
Discovery Seminar 101Q, “Born Digital: Digital Natives and Literacies,” Oxford College of Emory University,
developed 2018.
English 202, “Writing Center Practicum,” Oxford College of Emory University, developed 2017.
English 220, “Rhetorical Studies,” Oxford College of Emory University, developed 2017.
English 395, “Digital Genres: Getting Things Done Online,” NC State University, developed 2015.
English 100, “Reading and Writing Rhetorically,” NC State University, revised with Susan Miller-Cochran, Kate
Lavia, and Ben Murphy, 2014-2015.
English 105, “Writing and Research in the Disciplines,” NC State University, developed with Susan Miller-Cochran
and Bridget Kozlow, 2014-2015.
English 101 Online, “Academic Writing and Research,” NC State University, designed and piloted the first online
English 101 course at NC State with Susan Miller-Cochran, 2014.
Graduate Student Mentoring
Incoming doctoral GTA cohorts, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013 & 2014.
Kristina Bender, MA in English mentee for English 101, “Academic Writing & Research,” NC State University, 2013.
Alexandra Olney, MA in English mentee for English 101, “Academic Writing & Research,” NC State University,
2012.
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Laura Giovanelli, MFA in Creative Writing mentee for English 101, “Academic Writing & Research,” NC State
University, 2011.
Amy Jorgensen, MA in English mentee for English 101, “Academic Writing & Research,” NC State University, 2010.
Stacey Sanchez, MFA in Creative Writing mentee for English 101, “Academic Writing & Research,” NC State
University, 2009.
Undergraduate Student Mentoring
Mirzoyan, Gwendolyn. Undergraduate student research assistant for “Assessing the educational impact of the JEI
review and publication process.” Co-principal investigator with Sarah C. Fankhauser.
Collett, Danielle. In-progress manuscript on Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes Cecil B. DeMille acceptance speech.
Faculty mentor for Young Scholars in Writing submission, 2018.
Lee, Bryant. In-progress manuscript on Donald Trump’s inaugural speech. Faculty mentor for Young Scholars in
Writing submission, 2018.
Timothy Holtzhauser. “Rhetoric of a 1943 War Bonds Ad.” In An Insider’s Guide to Academic Writing: A Brief
Rhetoric. Susan Miller-Cochran, Roy Stamper, and Stacey Cochran. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2016. 52-57.
Ashley Stephenson, “Rosie the Riveter: World War II Worker or Feminist?” In InterTEXTS: A Collection of Student
Writing, 2nd edition, eds. Casie Fedukovich, Paul Colby, and Chad Lewis. Fountainhead, 2014. 16-23.
Ashley Stephenson, “A Review of Literature on the Role of Communication in Facebook” In InterTEXTS: A
Collection of Student Writing, 2nd edition, eds. Casie Fedukovich, Paul Colby, and Chad Lewis. Fountainhead,
2014. 226-234.
Morgan McCafferty, “Rodin’s The Thinker Reflects the Belle Époque.” In InterTEXTS: A Collection of Student
Writing, eds. Casie Fedukovich, Paul Colby, and Shawna Jones. Fountainhead, 2012. 240-247.
Other Teaching & Curriculum Design
Creative Writing Instructor, TeenCollege Raleigh at St. Mary’s School, Explore Beyond School, Raleigh NC, 2006.
SAT Instructor and Student Advisor, Kaplan Test Prep, Durham NC, 2000-2001.
ESL Instructor, Alcatel, Hickory NC, 1997.
Writing Center Tutor, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Great Barrington MA, 1995.
French Tutor, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Great Barrington MA, 1995.

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Director of the Writing Program, Oxford College of Emory University, 2017-present.
Administer a writing program comprised of a first-year writing requirement (~250 students), multilingual first-year
writing (~48 students), a writing across the curriculum writing intensive program (1480 seats in 70 sections),
and a writing center (300 student writers and ~25 undergraduate writing consultants). Lead an administrative
team that includes a Director of Multilingual Writing & Placement and a Writing Center Director. Provide
leadership and faculty development for first-year writing faculty (7) and writing intensive faculty (30), as well as
faculty who want to integrate writing into their other courses. Chair the campus Writing Support Committee.
Provide leadership on activities related to writing placement, program/curricular development, faculty
development, assessment, and outreach.
Graduate Consultant, Campus Writing & Speaking Program, NC State University: 2016-2017.
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Provided administrative assistance in a WAC/CxC program run in collaboration with the Departments of English and
Communication. The program assisted faculty across campus in incorporating writing and speaking into their
courses and programs. As part of this mission, CWSP offers regular professional development workshops,
departmental and individual consultations, a faculty seminar, and an assignment litmus test.
Graduate Assistant Director, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University: 2013-2015.
Provided administrative assistance in a program that serves approximately 4,000 students each year in
approximately 200 sections of first-year writing taught by 50+ instructors. Mentored incoming doctoral GTAs.
Co-led a faculty learning community for lecturers developing online courses. Coordinated with DELTA on
development of new directed self-placement process. Helped develop new one-credit WID course for transfer
students. Assisted in revision of English 100 title, description, and learning objectives and developed sample
syllabus. Helped launch a new program assessment. Consulted with faculty and TAs in the use of instructional
technologies. Assisted in program orientations to hybrid, online, and flexible learning environments. Assisted in
coordination of proposal reviews, development of the program, and implementation of an app for the Council of
Writing Program Administrators conference. Served as a member of the FYWP Council. Helped coordinate
professional development workshops in digital literacies and instructional technologies.
Assistant Director of Program Development, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University: 2012-2013.
Provided administrative assistance in a program that serves approximately 4,000 students each year in
approximately 200 sections of first-year writing taught by 50+ instructors. Organized monthly professional
development workshops for instructors. Chaired the NC Symposium on Teaching Writing. Observed and
mentored GTAs and lecturers. Served on the program personnel review committee. Assisted with fall
orientation and with fall and spring program meetings. Served as a member of the FYWP Council. Served as a
liaison with the libraries, writing center, and other programs across campus.

RESARCH GRANTS
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant. “Humanities Pathways.” Principal Investigators: Michael A. Elliott (Dean of
Emory College of Emory University) and Douglas A. Hicks (Dean of Oxford College of Emory University). With
Kenneth Anderson, Susan Ashmore, Henry Bayerle, Scott Foster, Sarah Gouzoules, Hiram Maxim, Linda
Merrill, Matthew Payne, Gwendolynne Reid, Erwin Rosinberg. 2018.

HONORS AND AWARDS
Faculty Development Committee Grant Recipient ($980), Oxford College of Emory University, 2018.
Department of English “Thank a Teacher” Recipient, North Carolina State University, 2016.
CRDM Program Nominee to the NC State Graduate Research Symposium Poster Session, 2016.
Pearson Emerging Pedagogies Grant ($750), 2014.
CRDM Program Nominee to the NC State Graduate Research Symposium Poster Session, 2014.
Computers and Writing Travel Award Grant. Computers and Writing Conference ($175), 2013.
CHASS Outstanding Lecturer Nominee, North Carolina State University, 2012.
First Year Inquiry Faculty Seminar Participant ($1000), North Carolina State University, 2011.
Professional Equity Project Grant Recipient ($310), Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2011.
Professional Equity Project Grant Recipient ($310), Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2008.
University Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, North Carolina State University, 2005.
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, NC State University, 2005.
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High Honors on Undergraduate Thesis, Simon’s Rock College, 1999.
Language and Literature Departmental Award, Simon’s Rock College, 1997, 1999.
Acceleration to Excellence Program Merit Scholarship (full scholarship), Simon’s Rock College, 1994-1999.
TIP Recognition Ceremony, Duke University, 1991.

SERVICE
Disciplinary Service
Co-chair, Writing and STEM Standing Group, Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2019-2022.
Local Host Committee member, Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference, Raleigh NC, 2016.
Writing Across the Curriculum-Graduate Organization (WAC-GO) Bibliography Subcommittee, 2016.
Reviewer, Genre introduction submissions for InterTEXTS: A Collection of Student Writing, 3rd edition, eds. Dana
Gierdowski, Paul Colby, Wanda Lloyd, Meridith Reed, Chelsea Krieg. Fountainhead. 2016.
Conference Volunteer, Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Symposium, Raleigh NC, 2016.
Assistant to the Program Chair, Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference, Boise ID, 2015.
Panel Chair, “Positioning the Polyvocal: Examining the Dialogic Nature of Assessment at a Small Liberal Arts
College.” North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing, NC State University, Raleigh NC, 2014.
Conference Chair, North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing, NC State University, Raleigh NC, 2012-2013.
University & Departmental Service
Writing Support Committee Chair, Oxford College of Emory University, 2017-2018.
Signature Outcomes & Assessment Committee Member, Oxford College of Emory University, 2017-2018.
GEP Steering Committee Member, Oxford College of Emory University, 2017-2018.
Student Representative, Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Program Committee, NC State University,
2015-2016.
Council Member, First-Year Writing Program Council, NC State University, 2012-2015.
Program Assessment Reader, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2015.
Secretary, Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Student Association, NC State University, 2014.
English 105 Proposal and Development Subcommittee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2014-
2015.
Course Matching (Directed Self-Placement) Subcommittee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2014-
2015
Program Assessment Subcommittee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013-2014.
Digital FYWP Handbook Redesign Subcommittee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013-2014.
University Common Reading Committee, NC State University, 2012-2013.
Annual Personnel Review Committee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013.
Facilitator, The Writing Teachers’ Writing Group, First-Year Writing Program Faculty Learning Community, 2012-
2013.
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First-Year Writing Program Practices, Principles, Policies, and Requirements Subcommittee, NC State University,
2012-2013.
Classroom Observer, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2010-2013.
Annual Personnel Review Committee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2012.
Page Length & Multimodal Assignments Policy Subcommittee, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University,
2011.
Q Course First-Year Inquiry Instructor, First Year Inquiry Program, NC State University, 2011.
Placement Portfolio Reader, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University: 2004, 2005, 2009.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (selected)
Teaching About Diversity: Fostering Inclusive Classrooms and Campus Climate, Teaching About Diversity Lecture
Series of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Karen Bullock, NC State University, 2016.
Introduction to Text Analytics using SAS Studio, Aaron Arthur and Elliot Inman, DH Hill Makerspace Workshop, NC
State Libraries, 2016.
Text Recycling or “Self-Plagiarism” in Scientific Discourse, Cary Moskowitz, Campus Writing and Speaking
Program Workshop, NC State University, 2016.
Evocative Objects Workshop: Re-imagining the Possibilities of Material Objects and Multimodal Composing, Jody
Shipka, Campus Writing and Speaking Program Workshop, NC State University, 2016.
Shaping Texts: How We Read English L2 Writers/How They Read Us, Terry Zawacki, Campus Writing and
Speaking Program Workshop, NC State University, 2016.
Teaching and Learning Conference, Elon University, Elon NC, 2014.
Flexible Classroom Project Learning Community, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2012-2013.
Evaluating Multimodal Assignments, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013.
Flipping the Writing Classroom, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013.
ESL Students in the Composition Classroom, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013.
Technologies for Accommodation, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2013.
Tackling the Multimodal Assignment, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2012.
Strategies for Teaching in an Online Environment, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2012.
Student Writing in the Quantitative Disciplines, Patrick Bahls, Campus Writing and Speaking Program & First-Year
Writing Program Workshop, NC State University, 2012.
Doing What Scientists Do: An Active Learning Approach to Writing in the Sciences, First-Year Writing Program, NC
State University, 2011.
First-Year Inquiry Series of Workshops on Inquiry-Guided Learning (8), NC State University, Spring and Fall 2011.
New Media, New Modes, and New Options for Writing Across the Curriculum, Doug Hesse, Campus Writing and
Speaking Program Workshop, NC State University, 2010.
Faculty Panel on Writing in the Disciplines, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2008.
Working with ESL Students in the Writing Classroom, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2007.
Disciplinary Discourse: A Sampling of Scholarship, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2006.
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Beyond Teaching with Gear: What Are Composition Teachers Really Doing with Computers? First-Year Writing
Program, NC State University, 2005.
Reviewing Peer Review: Principles, Purposes, Practices, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2005.
Designing an Assignment Sequence that Develops, Progresses, and Challenges Student Writing in the Disciplines,
First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2005.
Plagiarism: Focusing on Rebecca Moore Howard's essay "The Dialogic Function of Composition Pedagogy:
Negotiating between Critical Theory and Public Values," First-Year Writing Program, NC State University,
2005.
Writing Across the Curriculum, First-Year Writing Program, NC State University, 2005.
Learning Simplified, Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, NC State University, 2004.
Disciplinary Conventions: Examining Differences among Disciplines, First-Year Writing Program, NC State
University, 2004.

LANGUAGES
English, native proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing.
French, fluent in speaking and reading; good in writing.
Spanish, can read with dictionary.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
Conference on College Composition and Communication
Council of Writing Program Administrators
National Council of Teachers of English