Technical and Professional Writing, Composition, and Developmental Writing
I graduated from Washington State University with a bachelor's degree in English and minors in geology, professional writing, and digital technology and culture. I graduated from New Mexico State University with a master's degree in English, a focus in rhetoric and professional communication, and an emphasis in composition. I taught English composition, technical writing, and business writing, along with serving as the assistant to the writing program administrator. In this capacity I co-led a committee that evaluated and re-designed the curriculum for our freshman composition program, among many other responsibilities. I completed and internship with a developmental writing class at Dona Ana Community College, and I taught part-time for two quarters at Spokane Community College. I began teaching as a lecturer at Eastern Washington University in the fall of 2009.
Editor of Paideia 12, New Mexico State University's Freshman Composition course book
Fundamentals of English Composition
College Composition: Exposition and Argumentation
College Composition: Analysis, Research and Documentation
Introduction to Technical Communication
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