Assistant Professor, General Faculty, Writing and Rhetoric Program
Bryan Hall 314A
Office Hours: MW 12:30-2:00
Class Schedule: MWF 11:00-11:50 MW 2:00-3:15
Composition Pedagogy, Writing-related transfer, Writing Center Studies, The Rhetoric of Athletics, Literacy and Macroeconomics
Ph.D. University of Nebraska 2017
M.A. Northwest Missouri State University 2010
B.A. Northwest Missouri State University 2008
"The Most Important Project of Our Time!: Hyperbole as a Discourse Feature of Student Writing," College Composition and Communication, 67.1 (September 2015): 64-86.
"Seeing is Believing: Re-presentation, Cognition, and Transfer in Writing Classes.” Contemporary Perspectives: On Writing and Cognition, Eds. Duane Roen, J. Michael Rifenburg, and Patricia Portanova, WAC Clearinghouse. 2017.
“‘What [Literacy] is of Most Worth?’: The Myth of Economic Viability in the (New) Gilded Age.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR, March 2017.
“(Un)bounded: Writing Centers and the Neoliberal Institution.” International Writing Centers Association Conference, Denver, CO, October 2016.
“Do We Lead or Follow?: Leadership and Management in Teacher Training.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Houston, TX, April 2016.