CV

CV Updated September 2019.

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 Lauren E. Obermark

  { Academic Appointments }

Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Missouri-St. Louis,

August 2013-present

 { Education }

Ph.D, English-Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy, The Ohio State University, 2013

Dissertation: Revising Rhetorical Education: Museums and Pedagogy

Committee: Dr. Wendy S. Hesford (chair); Dr. Brenda Brueggemann; Dr. Elizabeth Weiser

M.A., English Language and Literature, University of Missouri-Kansas City, May 2008

 B.S., Secondary Education with an emphasis in English, University of Missouri-

Columbia, Summa Cum Laude, May 2003

 { Research and Teaching Interests } 

Contemporary Rhetorical Theory

Disability Studies

Public and Visual Rhetorics

Museum and Memory Studies

Composition Theory and Pedagogy

Engagement and Participation 

 { Peer-Reviewed Scholarship, Published and Forthcoming }

 As Editor

 The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces in and Beyond the Classroom. Edited with Dr. Paige Banaji, Dr. Lisa Blankenship, and Katherine DeLuca, and Ryan Omizo. Logan: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2019, https://ccdigitalpress.org/book/rhetoric-of-participation.

Articles and Book Chapter 

“Making Space for the Misfit: Disability and Access in Graduate Education in English.” Accepted by College English. (Submitted back to journal in August 2019; anticipating publication in 2020.)

 “ ‘Assurance that the world holds far more good than bad’: The Pedagogy of Memory at theOklahoma City National Memorial Museum.” Rhetoric Review. January 2019.

“A Curation of Student Voices on Participation in the Writing Classroom.” The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces In and Beyond the Classroom. Eds. Banaji et al. Logan: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2019, https://ccdigitalpress.org/book/rhetoric-of-participation.

“Introduction to The Rhetoric of Participation.” (With Paige Banaji, Lisa

Blankenship, and Katherine DeLuca) The Rhetoric of Participation: Interrogating Commonplaces In and Beyond the Classroom. Eds. Banaji et al. Logan: Computers and Composition Digital P/Utah State UP, 2019, https://ccdigitalpress.org/book/rhetoric-of-participation.

“Passageways and Betweenity: A Brenda Jo Brueggemann Retrospective.” (With

Dr. Elizabeth Olson-Brewer).” Invited Essay for Composition Forum (The Future of Disability Studies Special Issue). Summer/Fall 2018.

“Public Rhetoric in the Shadow of Ferguson: Co-Creating Rhetorical Theory in the Community

and the Classroom.” Composition Forum (Public Writing Special Issue). Summer/Fall 2017.

“Mad Women on Display: Practices of Public Rhetoric at the Glore Psychiatric Museum.”

(Lead author; with Dr. Madeline Walter.) Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning (Disability Studies Special Issue). December 2014.

 “Moving from the ‘One and Done’ to a Culture of Collaboration: A (Re)Theorization of

Professional Development for TAs.(Lead author; with Dr. Elizabeth Brewer & Dr. Kay Halasek.) WPA: Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators. Fall 2015.

 { Peer-Reviewed Scholarship, Under Review / Revision }

Book Project

“Rhetorical Education at Historical Museums: Public Pedagogies of Civic Engagement.” Revisions Underway for Southern Illinois University Press, anticipated publication in fall 2020. 

{ Work-In-Progress}

“Interdependent Pedagogies: Rethinking Access and Disability for Graduate Students in English.” Manuscript-in-progress, targeted to send out to Composition Studies in fall of 2019.

{ Grants }

Scholarship to Participate in the Faculty Success Program, $4000, UM System Division of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity and Division of Academic Affairs, Spring 2019. 

Junior Faculty Travel Grant, $500, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Office of Research

Administration, 2018.

University of Missouri Research Board Grant, $26,000, University of Missouri System, 2016

Project: “Revising Rhetorical Education: Museums and Pedagogy

Junior Faculty Travel Grant, $500, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Office of Research

Administration, 2015

 College of Arts and Sciences Visiting Scholar Grant, University of Missouri-St. Louis, College

of Arts and Science, 2015 Project: Normal is Overrated: Disability in the 21st Century (visiting scholar Dr. Brenda Brueggemann)

Faculty Research Award, $6,500, University of Missouri-St. Louis, College of Arts and Science, 2014

Project: “Revising Rhetorical Education: Museums and Pedagogy

 Collaborator for Curriculum Grant (with Dr. Sally Ebest, Dr. Zoe Peterson, and Prof. Jim Craig), $6,800, University of Missouri-St. Louis, College of Arts and Science, 2014

Project: Development of Gender and the Military Capstone Course

Junior Faculty Travel Grant, $1000, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Office of Research

Administration, 2014

iPad Innovation Grant,  $500, University of Missouri-St. Louis Information Technology

Services, 2013 Collaborator for Seed Grant for GTA Program Enhancement (with Dr. Kay Halasek and Dr. Elizabeth Brewer) $10,000, The Ohio State University’s Center for Advancement of Teaching, 2012-2013.

 Graduate School’s Alumni Grant for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS), $1600, The Ohio State University, 2011.

Graduate Assistance Fund Immediate Aid Grant, University of Missouri-Kansas City, $250, 2007.

 { Awards }

Women’s Trailblazer Award-“Honoring Women Who Fight All Forms of Discrimination,” University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2018.

The Defiance Award Honorable Mention, the Kate Chopin Society and the University ofMissouri-St. Louis Gender Studies Program, 2018.

 Gerald and Deanne Gitner Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Missouri-St.Louis, 2015.

Disability in College Composition Travel Award, College Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), 2015.

 Travel Award from the English Department to attend Camp Rhetoric, The Ohio State University, 2011. 

Council of Graduate Students Ray Travel Award for Scholarship and Service, The Ohio State University, 2009.

 School of Graduate Studies Superior Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2008.

Sosland Award for Excellence in Teaching Writing, University of Missouri-KansasCity, 2007.

Travel Award to attend the Conference of College Composition and Communication, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2007.

 { Fellowships }

The Ohio State Teaching Enhancement Program Graduate Teaching Fellow, The Ohio State University’s Center for Advancement of Teaching, 2011-2012.

The Ohio State University Graduate School Fellowship, 2008.

Farnsworth Fellowship in Postcolonial Studies, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2007.

{ Presentations } 

“Transforming Access Means Transforming Graduate Education.” Invited Lecture for University of Michigan’s Initiative on Disability Studies Lecture Series, Ann Arbor, MI,  October 2019. 

“Designing Student Participation as Activist Pedagogy.” Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference, Harrisonburg, VA, November 2019. 

Teaching and Learning Access Advocacy: Creating Cultures of Access Across Institutional Contexts.”  Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention, Milwaukee, WI, March 2020.

Connecting the Community and the Classroom: Pedagogies of Public Memory.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Pittsburgh, PA, March 2019.

“Making Do With ‘Bad’ Participation: When Students Challenge the Norms of Classroom Engagement.” University of Connecticut Conference on the Teaching of Writing, Hartford, CT, April 2018.

“An Academic Birth Story: Pregnancy and Motherhood as Embodied Rhetoric.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Dayton, OH, October 2017. 

“Rhetoric and Engagement in the Shadow of Ferguson.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2016.

 “Transforming Graduate Education.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Houston, TX, March 2016.

 “In the Shadow of Ferguson.” Conference on Community Writing. Boulder, CO, October 2015. Participant in Rhetoric Society of America’s Biennial Summer Institute, workshop on Spatial Rhetorics, Madison, WI, June 2015.

 “Disrupting the Kairotic Space of the Graduate Seminar.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Tampa, FL, March 2015.

 “Expanding the Canon of Memory: A Case Study of the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX, May 2014.

“From the Museum to the Writing Classroom: Connecting Public and Academic Pedagogies.” Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Indianapolis, IN, March 2014.

 “Revising Rhetorical Education: Collective Rhetoric at History Museums.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Palo Alto, CA, September 2013.

 “Cotton Candy or Peanuts: Assessing the Needs of GTAs.” Writing Program Administrators Conference, Savannah, GA, July 2013.

“WPA Work as a Graduate Student.” Invited Presentation. Dr. Kay Halasek’s Graduate Composition Seminar, The Ohio State University, October 2012.

 “ Mad Women on Display: Rhetoric and the Female Body at the Glore PsychiatricMuseum.” Co-Presented with Dr. Madaline Walter. Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Philadelphia, PN, May 2012.

“The History and Rhetoric of Museums.” Invited Presentation. Dr. Valerie Kinloch’s Multicultural Education Class for Pre-Service Teachers, The Ohio State University, February 2012.

“What the Heck is College-Level Writing Anyway?!: Strategies To Be a Successful Writer in College and Beyond.” First-Year Success Series, The Ohio State University, October 2011.

 Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives Workshop. Computers and Writing, Ann Arbor, MI, May 2011.

 Panel on Leading Class Discussion. Invited Presentation. First-Year Writing Program Teacher Training, The Ohio State University, August 2010.

Panel on Blogging.  Invited Presentation. Digital Media and Composition Institute, The Ohio State University, June 2010.

 “Out of the Academy and Into the Museum: Rethinking Spaces of Rhetorical Education.” English Graduate Organization Colloquium, The Ohio State University, May 2010.

 “Representing America: The Historical Meets the Rhetorical.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY, March 2010.

“Rhetorical Representations of History: The Liberty Memorial and the National World War I Museum.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Lansing, MI, October 2009.

 “Victorian Match.com: Courtship Letters, Personal Ads, and Women’s Rhetorical

Power.” Co-presented with Dr. Jennifer Phegley. Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference. Saratoga Springs, NY, April 2009.

“More than Technology: (Re) Envisioning Visual Literacy.” Co-presented with

Muffy Walter. Expanding Literacy Studies Conference for Graduate Students, Columbus, OH, April 2009.

“Writerly Identity in the Extracurricular Publications of Mary Gamble Meriwether, 1941-1944.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA, March 2009.

“ ‘A knowledge and right use of English’: G.A. Gaskell’s Compendium of Forms as Rhetorical Education and Empowerment for Nineteenth-Century Women.” Feminist Rhetorics for Social Justice Post-Symposium Workshop, Syracuse, NY, October 2008.

“A New Sort of Rhetor: The Role of Museums in Civic Discourse.” Research Network Forum. Conference on College Composition & Communication, New Orleans, LA, April 2008.

“ ‘Is it possible to teach English so that people stop killing each other?’: Developing a

Pedagogy of Nonviolence through the Use of Visual Rhetoric.” English Graduate Student Association Conference, University of Missouri-Kansas City, December 2007.

 “The Overlooked Rhetoric of Pauline Hopkins.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s)

Conference, Little Rock, AR, October 2007.

“From Theory to Practice: Engaging Multiple Literacies in the Composition

Classroom.” Greater Kansas City Writing Project Workshop, University of Missouri-Kansas City, August 2007. “Melodrama as a Rhetorical Strategy: Pauline Hopkins’ Contending Forces.

English and History Graduate Student Conference, University of Missouri-Kansas City, April 2007.

 “ ‘We Lacked Access to Many Things and Many People’: The Literacy Profile of Rita Alexander.” English Graduate Student Association Conference, University of Missouri-Kansas City, November 2006.

 { Teaching Experience }

 Professor for Rhetoric and Social Justice (English 4970), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn 2019

 

Graduate Student Independent Study in Advanded Rhetoric: Public Rhetoric & Feminist Methodologies (English 5970), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Fall 2019

 

Graduate Student Independent Study in Disability Studies (English 5970), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Summer 2018

 

Professor for Rhetorics of Public Memory (English 5850/History 6142), University of Missouri-

St. Louis, Spring 2018, Autumn 2019

 

Professor for Rhetoric and Social Justice (English 5850), University of Missouri-St. Louis,

Autumn 2015, Autumn 2017, Spring 2019

 

Professor for Junior-Level Writing (English 3100), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn

2013, Autumn 2014, Autumn 2017, Spring 2018

Course Theme: Writing about Writing

 

Graduate Student Independent Study in Advanced Rhetoric: Rhetoric and/in Publics (English

5970), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn 2017

 

Professor for The New Normal: Introduction to Disability Studies (English 5950), University of

Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn 2014, Spring 2016

 

Professor for Introduction to Rhetoric (English 4160), University of

Missouri-St. Louis, Spring 2015, Spring 2016

 

Graduate Student Independent Study on Advanced Disability Studies: Mental Illness and

Rhetoric (English 5970), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Spring 2016

 

Graduate Student Independent Study on Narrative Writing in Gender Studies (Gender

Studies), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Spring 2016

 

Undergraduate Student Independent Study on the writing of Judith Butler (Gender Studies),

University of Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn 2015

 

Professor for Teaching College Writing (English 5890), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Spring

2014, Spring 2015

 

Co-Teacher for Gender and the Military (English 2120), University of Missouri-St. Louis,

Autumn 2014

 

Graduate Student Independent Study in Disability Studies (English 5970), University of

Missouri-St. Louis, Spring 2014

 

Graduate Student Independent Study in Qualitative Methods in Composition Studies (English

5970), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn 2013

 

Professor for First-Year Writing (English 1100), University of Missouri-St. Louis, Autumn 2013,

Autumn 2015, Autumn 2018

 

Co-Teacher for Introduction to the Teaching of First-Year Writing (English 6781),

The Ohio State University, Autumn 2012.

 

Graduate Teaching Associate for Introduction to Disability Studies (English 2277),

The Ohio State University, Winter 2011, Spring 2011, and Summer 2011.

 

Graduate Teaching Associate for Second Year Writing (English 2367), The Ohio

State University, Autumn 2010 and Spring 2012.

Course Themes: Places, Spaces, and Memory (AU10); Writing about Writing (SP12).  

 

Graduate Teaching Associate for First Year Writing (English 1110), The Ohio State

University, Autumn 2009-Summer 2010.

Course Themes: The World as a Text: Defining, Exploring, and Composing Rhetoric (AU 09, WI 10); Local Sites and Spaces: Exploring the Rhetoric of/in Our Community (SP 10; SU 10).

 

Writing Center Consultant, The Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing at

Ohio State, 2009-2011.

 

Teaching Assistant to Professor Brenda Brueggemann for Disability Experience in

the Contemporary World (English 597), The Ohio State University, Spring 2009 .

 

Graduate Teacher for Intermediate Composition (English 225), University of

Missouri-Kansas City, 2007-2008.

Course Theme: Understanding and Composing Visual Rhetoric.

 

Graduate Teacher for Introductory Composition (English 110), University of

Missouri-Kansas City, 2006-2007.

Course Theme: Language Use in Academic Contexts.

 

Teaching Assistant to Professor Joan Dean for American Social Film, University of

Missouri-Kansas City, 2007-2008.

 

Eighth Grade English Teacher, Lee’s Summit R-7 School District, 2003-2006.

 

{ Administrative Experience }

 

Interim Writing Program Administrator, University of Missouri-St. Louis, spring 2019.

 

Writing Program Administrator, The Ohio State University, 2012-2013.

 

Graduate Administrative Associate to Dr. Valerie Kinloch, Associate Professor in

Literacy Studies, Winter 2012-Summer 2012.

 

Graduate Administrative Associate to Dr. Kay Halasek, Director of Second-Year

Writing, The Ohio State University, Autumn 2011 and Winter 2012.

 

Graduate Administrative Associate to Dr. Brenda Brueggemann, Vice Chair of

Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy, The Ohio State University, Autumn 2011.

 

Writing Center Assistant Coordinator, The Ohio State University, 2010-2011.

 

Assistant to the Greater Kansas City Writing Project, University of Missouri-

Kansas City, 2008.

 

Assistant Director of Composition, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2007-2008.

 

Editor, Composition E-Newsletter, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2007-2008.

 

Assistant to Mid-American Conference for Irish Studies, University of Missouri-

Kansas City, 2007.

 

{ Service }

 

Mentoring

 

Thesis Director for Nicole Ramer, MA Student at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2019-2020. 

 

Thesis Committee Member for Devon Pham, MA Student at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2019-2020. 

 

Thesis Committee Member for Chelsea Dryer, MA Student at the University of Missouri-St.

Louis, 2017-2018.

 

Thesis Committee Member for Elizabeth Miller, MA Student at the University of Missouri-St.

Louis, 2016-2017.

 

Thesis Director for Lauren Terbrock, MA Student at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2015-

2016.

 

Research and Writing Collaboration with Michael Smith, MA student at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013-2014.

 

Professional

 

Manuscript Reviewer, The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2016,

November-December 2017. (Disability Studies sub-group.)

 

Peer Reviewer, Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning,

2016-2018.

 

Peer Reviewer, Disability Studies Quarterly, 2019.

 

Interviewer/Narrative Collector, The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (DALN), 2013-

2016.

 

Manuscript Reviewer, The Best of the Independent Rhetoric and Composition Journals 2011,

November-December 2011.

 

Camp Rhetoric Organizer and Liaison, The Ohio State University (in collaboration

with Pennsylvania State University and University of Maryland), 2010-2011.

 

University

 

Organizer and Facilitator, Faculty-Graduate Student Writing Circles, University of Missouri-St. Louis Center for Teaching and Learning, August 2019.

 

Faculty Sponsor for the Able-Disable Partnership (ADP) Student Group, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Fall 2018-present. 

 

Faculty Marshal, University of Missouri-St. Louis College of Arts and Sciences Graduation (Ceremony II), May 2018 and May 2019.

 

Member, Chancellor’s Council on Cultural Diversity, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2017-

2018.

 

Moderator, Campus Conversation about Race Relations in St. Louis in Light of the Jason Stockley Verdict, University of Missouri-St. Louis, September 2018.

 

Member, Disability Studies Minor Development Committee, University of Missouri-St. Louis

College of Arts and Sciences, Fall 2016-Spring 2018.

 

Faculty Sponsor for Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honors Society, University of

Missouri-St. Louis, Summer 2017-Present.

 

Chair of Planning Committee for Normal is Overrated: Disability in the 21st Century (Dr.

Brenda Brueggemann CAS Visiting Scholar Events), University of Missouri-St. Louis,

2015-2016.

 

Inspire Mentoring Program, University of Missouri-St. Louis Multicultural Student Services,

2015-2016.

 

Invited Panelist, “Award Winning Teachers,” Focus on Teaching and Technology Regional

Conference, University of Missouri-St. Louis, November 13, 2015.

 

Invited Facilitator, “The F-Word Panel/Perspectives on Feminism,” Co-Sponsored by the Office

of Student Life and Gender Studies, Women’s History Month Event, March 2015 and March 2016.

 

Invited Lecturer, “Methods in Rhetorical Studies,” Dr. Stephanie Van Stee’s Research

Methods in Communication (Communication 3330) at the University of Missouri-St. Louis,

December 2014.

 

Gender Studies Film Series Leader, “Disability in Focus,” University of Missouri-St. Louis,

October 2014.

 

Team Member, University of Missouri-St. Louis Service Learning Leadership Team, 2014-2015.

 

Invited Lecturer, “Academic Job Market Interviews,” University of Missouri-St. Louis Certificate

in University Teaching Program, October  3, 2014.

 

Invited Panelist, “Advice for New Faculty at UMSL,” University of Missouri-St. Louis New

Faculty Orientation, August 28, 2014.

 

Gender Studies Affiliate Faculty, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013-Prsent.

Committees: Member, Writing Awards Committee, Fall 2018; Spring 2014, 2015, 2016; Scholarship Committee, Spring 2015.

 

Discussion Leader, First-Year Experience Buckeye Book Community, The Ohio

State University, 2009 and 2010.

 

Volunteer Writing Tutor, Africentric Elementary, The Ohio State University’s

Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing, 2008-2009.

 

President, University of Missouri-Kansas City English Graduate Student

Association, 2007-2008.

 

College 

 

Member, CAS Strategic Planning Group to Build a Culture of Inclusion, University of Missouri-St. Louis, spring 2019.

 

Department

 

Invited Speaker/Discussion leader, “What is Rhetoric and Composition?”, in Professor Jeanne Allison’s “Writers at Work” class (English 4160), at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, January 2019.

 

Member, Search Committee for Assistant Professor in African American/Africana Studies, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2018-2019. 

 

Member, Graduate Committee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013-2016; 17-18; 18-19.

 

Member, Curriculum Committee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2016-Present.

 

Member, BA in English Committee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2017-18.

 

Member, Writing Certificate Committee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2014-2016.

  

Workshop Leader, Writing a Proposal for an Academic Conference, University of Missouri-St.

Louis English Department, April 30, 2014.

 

Member, Writing Program Committee, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 2013-2015.

 

Member, Corbett Lecture Selection and Organization Committee, The Ohio State

University, 2010-2011.

 

Executive Editor, Commonplace, The Ohio State University, 2010.

 

Reviewer for English 110 General Education Curriculum (GEC) Assessment, The

Ohio State University, 2009.

 

Proposal Reviewer, Expanding Literacy Studies Conference, The Ohio State

University, Fall 2008.

  

Outreach

 

Panelist/Discussant, “Re-Claiming Rhetoric,” St. Louis on the Air, St. Louis Public Radio, February 2019. 

 

Invited Facilitator/Tour Leader, “Perspective: Visualizing Protest,” Contemporary Art Museum,

St. Louis, June 2016.

 

Invited Discussion Leader, Books@Work Program, The Boeing Company, St. Louis, April 2016.

 

Professional Membership

 

Member, Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition,

2007-present.

 

Member, Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2006-present.

 

Member, National Council of Teachers of English, 2003-present.

 

Member, Rhetoric Society of America, 2009-present.

 

Member, Modern Language Association, 2006-present.

 

Professional Development

 

Participant, Faculty Success Program, National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, spring 2019, summer 2019, autumn 2019. 

 

Participant, University of Missouri Faculty Scholars Program, UM System, 2014-2015.

 

Participant, iPad Teaching Circle, University of Missouri-St. Louis Center for Teaching and

Learning, 2013-2014.

 

Participant, Faculty Colloquia, University of Missouri-St. Louis Center for Teaching and

Learning. 2013-Present.

 

Participant, New Faculty Orientation, University of Missouri-St. Louis Center for Teaching

and Learning, 2013.

 

Participant, Workshop with Professor Anis Bawarshi (English 993), “Using Genre to

Facilitate Knowledge Transfer.” Ohio State University English Department,

May 27, 2011.

 

Participant, Digital Media and Composition Institute with Dr. Cynthia Selfe and

Dr. Scott DeWitt (English 993), Ohio State University English Department,

June 2009.

 

Participant, Workshop with Professor Guy Beiner (English 993), “Remembering to

Forget.” Ohio State University English Department, February 18-19, 2009.

 

 

 

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