Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

PhD in English and Creative Writing, University of Georgia, conferred August 2010.

Dissertation: The Silence of Our (poems with a critical introduction). Committee: Dr. Andrew Zawacki (chair), Dr. Ed Pavlić, Dr. Aidan Wasley, Dr. Susan Rosenbaum.

Comprehensive Examination Areas: Twentieth-Century American Poetry, Twentieth-Century British Literature, Creative Writing Forms and Craft.

MFA in Creative Writing, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, conferred May 2005. Thesis: Pneuma (poems). Thesis Director: Prof. Michael David Madonick.

BS in Advertising, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, conferred May 1998.

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) 
School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC)
2010-present

Associate Director (Academic Professional), Writing and Communication Program and Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship | 2012-present

Self-Study Coordinator, LMC Academic Program Review Self-Study | 2014-2015

Grant Co-PI/Project Coordinator, First-Year Composition 2.0 Massive Open Online Course (Coursera MOOC) | 2012-2013

Assistant Director (Academic Professional), Writing and Communication Program | 2012

Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow, Writing and Communication Program | 2010-2012

University of Georgia 
Department of English
2005-2010

Dissertation Completion Assistantship Recipient (two-semester teaching release) | 2009-2010

Graduate Teaching Assistant, English Department | 2007-2009

Graduate Research Assistant, English Department | 2005-2007

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
Department of English
2002-2005

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Programs in Professional Writing | 2002-2005

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Creative Writing Program | 2004

Assistant Poetry Editor, Ninth Letter literary magazine | 2003

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) 

Fall 2017    
ENGL 1102: English Composition II – Honors Program
Postdoctoral Seminar in Digital Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)
Postdoctoral Seminar in Technical Communication Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)

Fall 2016
ENGL 1102: English Composition II – Honors Program
Postdoctoral Seminar in Digital Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)
Postdoctoral Seminar in Technical Communication Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)

Summer 2016
LMC 3518: Postmodern Literature and Culture – China Summer Program

Spring 2016 
Postdoctoral Seminar in Research Methodologies  (Co-facilitator)

Fall 2015
LMC 3116: Science, Technology, and Postmodernism
Postdoctoral Seminar in Digital Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)
Postdoctoral Seminar in Technical Communication Pedagogy  (Co-facilitator)

Fall 2014
LMC 3518: Postmodern Literature and Culture
Postdoctoral Seminar in Digital Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)
Postdoctoral Seminar in Technical Communication Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)

Summer 2014
LMC 4102: Senior Thesis (Advisor to Jenna Dundore: “Tweeting to the World: Breaking News Through Virality”)

Spring 2014 
Postdoctoral Seminar in Research Methodologies (Co-facilitator)

Fall 2013
LCC 3518: Postmodern Literature and Culture
Postdoctoral Seminar in Digital Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)
Postdoctoral Seminar in Technical Communication Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)

Spring 2013
LCC 3843: Special Topics in Communication: Poetry and Digital Culture
Postdoctoral Seminar in Research Methodologies (Co-facilitator)

Fall 2012
ENGL 1101: English Composition I – Honors Program
Postdoctoral Seminar in Digital Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)
Postdoctoral Seminar in Technical Communication Pedagogy (Co-facilitator)

Spring 2012
LCC 3403: Technical Communication for Management Students (three sections)

Fall 2011
LCC 3403: Technical Communication for Management Students (three sections)

Spring 2011
LCC 3403: Technical Communication for Management Students (three sections)

Fall 2010
LCC 3403: Technical Communication for Management Students (three sections)

University of Georgia 

Spring 2009
ENGL 1102: First-Year Composition II (two sections)

Fall 2008
ENGL 3800: Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 1102: First-Year Composition II (one section)

Spring 2008
ENGL 3800H: Introduction to Creative Writing (Honors)
ENGL 1102: First-Year Composition II (one section)

Fall 2007
ENGL 1101: First-Year Composition I (two sections)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Spring 2005
BTW 271/ADV 288: Persuasive Writing (two sections)

Fall 2004
BTW 271/ADV 288: Persuasive Writing (two sections)

Spring 2004 
RHET 104: Introduction to Poetry Writing
BTW 250: Principles of Business Writing

Fall 2003
BTW 250: Principles of Business Writing

Spring 2003
BTW 250: Principles of Business Writing

Fall 2002
BTW 250: Principles of Business Writing

PUBLICATIONS

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Pedagogy, Writing Program Administration

Refereed Articles
“A Programmatic Ecology of Assessment: Using a Common Rubric to Evaluate Multimodal Artifacts and Processes.” Co-authors: Rebecca Burnett, Andy Frazee, Kathleen Hanggi, and Amanda Madden. Computers and Composition, March 2014.

Non-Refereed Articles/Book Chapters
“Blended Learning Strategies That Link Small Technical Communication Courses with Large Computer Science Courses” (Forthcoming). Co-authors: Rebecca Burnett, Andy Frazee, and Olga Menagarishvili. Blended Learning @ Scale. Amanda Madden, ed. MIT Press.

“From the Ground Up: Shaping Community, Collaboration, and Multiliteracies.” Co-authors: Rebecca Burnett, Karen Head, Brandy Ball Blake, Andy Frazee, Diane Jakacki, Christopher Ritter, Nirmal Trivedi, and Christopher Weedman. In Making Space: Writing Instruction, Infrastructure, and Multiliteracies, Danielle Nicole DeVoss and James Purdy, eds., 2014.

Modern and Postmodern Poetry and Poetics

Non-Refereed Articles/Book Chapters/Interviews
Gander, Forrest. “An Interview with Forrest Gander.” Verse. 22 Dec. 2009. <http://versemag.blogspot.fr/2009/12/new-interview-with-forrest-gander.html>

“‘Present-Absent’: The Dependence on/Transcendence of ‘Shakespeare’ in Stephen Ratcliffe’s [where late the sweet] BIRDS SANG and Jen Bervin’s NETS.Jacket Magazine 36 (Late Fall 2008). 14 Sept. 2009. <http://jacketmagazine.com/36/frazee-ratcliffe-bervin.shtml>.

Book Reviews
Rev. of Threshold Songs by Peter Gizzi. The Kenyon Review online (Summer 2013).

Rev. of The Selected Poems of Ted Berrigan by Ted Berrigan. The Kenyon Review online (Spring 2012).

Rev. of Incivilities by Barbara Claire Freeman, One Sun Storm by Endi Bogue Hartigan, and Unsound by Jennifer Martensen. Verse online (2012).

Rev. of Touch Wood by Albert Mobilio. The Quarterly Conversation 24 (Summer 2011).

Rev. of Envelope of Night by Michael Burkard. The Kenyon Review online (Spring 2011).

Rev. of Entrepôt by Mark McMorris. The Quarterly Conversation (Bonus Article, Summer 2010). 12 Sept. 2010.

Rev. of Catch Light by Sarah O’Brien. The Quarterly Conversation 19 (Spring 2010). 5 Apr. 2010.

Rev. of Tracer by Richard Greenfield. The Quarterly Conversation 18 (Winter 2009). 26 Dec. 2009. .

Rev. of Scape by Joshua Harmon. The Quarterly Conversation 17 (Fall 2009). 14 Sept. 2009.

Rev. of My Soviet Union by Michael Dumanis. Boston Review 34.4 (July/August 2009): 51-52.

Rev. of The Flying House by Dawn-Michelle Baude, Please Don’t Feed the Ghost by Peter Ramos, and Strata by Joe Ross. Verse online (2009).

Rev. of Equivocal by Julie Carr. Jacket Magazine 36 (Late Fall 2008).

Rev. of Curves to the Apple by Rosmarie Waldrop. Boston Review 33.6 (November/December 2008): 48.

Rev. of Our Classical Heritage: A Homing Device by Caroline Noble Whitbeck. Word For/Word 14 (Fall 2008).

Rev. of Poeta en San Francisco by Barbara Jane Reyes. Verse 25.1-3: 261-264.

Rev. of The City Visible: Chicago Poetry for the New Century, edited by William Allegrezza and Raymond Bianchi. Galatea Resurrects 10 (2008).

Rev. of Inbox by Noah Eli Gordon. Cutbank Reviews (2008).

Rev. of Berryman’s Shakespeare by John Berryman, edited by John Haffenden. Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation Vol. II No. I (Spring/Summer 2006).

Creative Writing (Poetry)

Books in Print
The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

That The World Should Never Again Be Destroyed by Flood. Ft. Collins, CO: New American Press, 2010 (chapbook).

Poems in Journals
“I will build things anew [1]” Handsome Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2016).

“I will build things anew [2]” Handsome Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2016).

“I will build things anew [3]” Handsome Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2016).

“I will build things anew [4]” Handsome Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2016).

“I will build things anew [5]” Handsome Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2016).

“You will need a panic room, a butterfly, pins, tweezers, and an EKG machine.” Loose Change Magazine (Summer 2015).

“You will need pipes or rope, empty soda or milk bottles, jellybeans, soil, plants, caterpillars, butterflies, and rope or clay.” Loose Change Magazine (Summer 2015).

“You will need cherry wood, scissors, glue, and ribbon. (Joseph Cornell).” Loose Change Magazine (Summer 2015).

“You will need tongs, gruel, and a fledgling starling.” Loose Change Magazine (Summer 2015).

I will build things anew [6]Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature 17 (2013).

I will build things anew [7]Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature 17 (2013). “I will build things anew [8]” Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature 17 (2013).

I will build things anew [8]Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature 17 (2013).

I will build things anew [9]Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature 17 (2013).

I will build things anew [10]Drunken Boat: An Online Journal of Art and Literature 17 (2013).

“Index” section “A.” Eoagh: A Journal of The Arts 7 (2011).

“Index” section “B.” Eoagh: A Journal of The Arts 7 (2011).

“Index” section “C.” Eoagh: A Journal of The Arts 7 (2011).

“Index” section “D.” Eoagh: A Journal of The Arts 7 (2011).

“Index” section “E.” Eoagh: A Journal of The Arts 7 (2011).

A Room [59].” Otoliths 20 (2011).

A Room [34].Otoliths 20 (2011).

A Room [10].Otoliths 20 (2011).

A Room [9].Otoliths 20 (2011).

A Room [54].Otoliths 20 (2011).

“The Body, The Rooms” section 6. 1913: A Journal of Forms 4 (2010): 166. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 7. 1913: A Journal of Forms 4 (2010): 167-168. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 8. 1913: A Journal of Forms 4 (2010): 169-170. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 1. BlazeVox 2K9. Late Spring 2009.  Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 2. BlazeVox 2K9. Late Spring 2009. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 3. BlazeVox 2K9. Late Spring 2009. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 4. BlazeVox 2K9. Late Spring 2009. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“The Body, The Rooms” section 5. BlazeVox 2K9. Late Spring 2009. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms. Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“In this Element of Capture.” Cannot Exist 4 (January 2009): 43-47. Rpt. The Body, The Rooms.  Boulder, CO: Subito Press, 2011.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.1. Eleven Eleven 5 (Fall 2008): 112.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.2. Eleven Eleven 5 (Fall 2008): 113.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.3. Eleven Eleven 5 (Fall 2008): 114.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.4. Eleven Eleven 5 (Fall 2008): 115.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.5. Eleven Eleven 5 (Fall 2008): 116.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.6. Bath House 6.1 (Spring 2008). 14 Sept. 2009. <http://bhjournal.com/issues/Vol6_1/andy_frazee.php>.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.7. Bath House 6.1 (Spring 2008). 14 Sept. 2009. <http://bhjournal.com/issues/Vol6_1/andy_frazee.php>.

“Dies Son-eaten Orpheus” section 1.8. Bath House 6.1 (Spring 2008). 14 Sept. 2009. <http://bhjournal.com/issues/Vol6_1/andy_frazee.php>.

“What I Left at Her Apartment, a Month After the Break-Up.” Sycamore Review Vol. 17 Issue 1 (Winter/Spring 2005): 28-29.

“The Laundromat.” Rhino (2005): 5-6.

“Spider, I Smite Thee.” Faultline: Journal of Art & Literature Vol. 13 (2004): 57.

PRESENTATIONS AND READINGS

Conference Presentations
Redefining Business Communication: Integrating New Genres, Modes, and Media to Reflect Global Workplace Practices. Co-presenters: Rebecca Burnett, Andy Frazee, and Rebekah Greene. Association for Business Communication Conference. Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland. October 18-21, 2017.

WPAs and the Professional Development of Contingent Faculty. Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. July 20-23, 2017. Knoxville, TN.

Assessment on a Shoestring: Accreditation, Infrastructure, Faculty Development, and Pedagogical Effectiveness. Co-presenters: Rebecca Burnett, Andy Frazee, Andrea Krafft, and Monica Miller. July 20-23, 2017. Knoxville, TN.

Authoring Machine: The Simulated Authorship of Racter’s The Policeman’s Beard is Half Constructed. American Literature Association Conference. May 25-28, 2017. Boston, MA.

Learning and Digital Environments: Views from a Composition MOOC. France-Atlanta: Digital Learning in 21st-Century Universities. October 20-21, 2014. Atlanta, GA.

Pushing the Boundaries to Professionalize Work by Fixed-Term Faculty. Co-presenters: Andy Frazee (Georgia Tech) and Rebecca Burnett (Georgia Tech). Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. July 17-20, 2014. Normal, IL.

From the Ground Up: Shaping Community, Collaboration, and Multiliteracies. Presenter and first author: Andy Frazee (Georgia Tech). Co-author: Rebecca Burnett (Georgia Tech). Computers and Writing Conference, June 5-18, 2014. Pullman, WA.

Redefining Class: How MOOCs are Changing the Ecology of Universities. Co-presenters: Andy Frazee (Georgia Tech), Rebecca Burnett (Georgia Tech), and Karen Head (Georgia Tech). International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Conference, May 31-June 2, 2014. Anchorage, AK.

Assessment of Multimodal Artifacts. Co-moderator: David Fisher (Emory). Emory Domain of One’s Own Regional Incubator, April 25-26, 2014. Atlanta, GA.

MOOCs: Be Patient While Practice Catches Up to Hype. Presenter and first author: Rebecca Burnett (Georgia Tech). Co-authors: Andy Frazee (Georgia Tech) and Karen Head (Georgia Tech). Association for Business Communication International Convention. October 23-26, 2013. New Orleans, LA.

MOOCs and Media Literacy. Presenter and first author: Andy Frazee (Georgia Tech). Co-authors: Rebecca Burnett (Georgia Tech) and Karen Head (Georgia Tech).  Symposium on the Historical Roots of Media Literacy. September 20, 2013. Providence, RI.

Challenging the Marginalization of Fixed-Term Faculty. Co-presenters: Andy Frazee (Georgia Tech) and Rebecca Burnett (Georgia Tech). Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. July 18-21, 2013. Savannah, GA.

I must try to tell you”: Poetry and the Act of Communication in Robert Penn Warren’s “Old

N—-r on One-Mule Cart Encountered Late at Night When Driving Home From Party in the Back Country.” Southern Writing, Southern Writers Conference, Oxford, MS. July 18, 2008.

On-campus Presentations and Workshops
“English Classes at Georgia Tech.” Honors Program Orientation, Georgia Institute of Technology. August 16, 2017.

“Beyond the Tenure Track: CV to Resume Workshop.” Georgia Institute of Technology. January 28, 2016.

“Visual Rhetoric.” Hall Colloquy, Georgia Institute of Technology. October 21, 2015.

“Technology Values in the Stephen C. Hall Building.” Hall Colloquy, Georgia Institute of Technology. April 8, 2015.

“A Humanistic Rationale for Business and Technical Communication.” Communication Colloquy, Georgia Institute of Technology. February 18, 2014.

“Problem-based Business Communication.” Hall Colloquy, Georgia Institute of Technology. October 30, 2013.

“Putting Conventions in a Professional Context.” Hall Colloquy, Georgia Institute of Technology. March 12, 2013.

“Moving From Realism to Reality: Using Client-Based Pedagogy To Teach Technical Communication.” Co-presenters: Andy Frazee and Chris Ritter. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Engaging Conversations, Georgia Institute of Technology. February 6, 2013.

“Making It New: Writing Poetry in the Digital Age.” Hall Colloquy, Georgia Institute of Technology. October 23, 2012.

“Designing the Future: Student Presentations in Response to the Georgia Tech Strategic Plan.” Audience included Georgia Tech President G. P. “Bud” Peterson. April 27, 2011.

Invited Presentations
“Creativity and Communication in the ‘Real World.’” English 1101: Composition I class, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, GA. October 28, 2011.

“On ‘That The World Should Never Again Be Destroyed By Flood.’” Introduction to Creative Writing class, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. October 19, 2011. 

Poetry Readings
Loose Change Magazine Reading, Atlanta, GA. August 13, 2015.

Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL) Conference, Anchorage, AK. June 2, 2014.

South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) Conference, Atlanta, GA. November 8, 2013.

Recorded reading in honor of Jackson MacLow’s 154 Forties, Counterpath Press. <http://counterpathpress.org/videoed-readings-of-154-fortiesjackson-mac-low>. 2013.

Solar Anus Reading Series, Atlanta, GA. March 22, 2013.

Avid Bookstore Reading Series, Athens, GA. March 21, 2013.

What’s New in Poetry Reading Series, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. October 18, 2012.

Georgia Tech National Day on Writing, Atlanta, GA. October 18, 2012.

Writers’ Harvest Reading, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. October 27, 2011.

Carr Reading Series, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. October 19, 2011.

Dogear Bookstore Reading Series, Athens, GA. March 31, 2011.

Subito Press Winners’ Reading, University of Colorado at Boulder. March 28, 2011.

Erato Reading Series, Georgia Institute of Technology. September 30, 2010.

Purple Cow Radio Program, WUOG 90.5 FM, University of Georgia at Athens. March 21, 2010.

VOX Reading Series, University of Georgia at Athens. September 8, 2009.

VOX Reading Series, University of Georgia at Athens. October 8, 2008.

VOX Reading Series, University of Georgia at Athens. November 6, 2007.

English 8800 End-of-Year Reading, Athens, GA. May 2, 2006.

VOX Reading Series, University of Georgia at Athens. October 19, 2005.

Hurricane Katrina Benefit Reading, Athens, GA. October 8, 2005.

SERVICE

Georgia Institute of Technology (as administrator)

Georgia Board of Regents Academic Advisory Committees

Proxy for Rebecca Burnett, Regents Academic Advisory Committee for Communication, 2014.

Institute Committees
Proxy for Rebecca Burnett, Complete College Georgia Steering Committee, 2017.

Proxy for Rebecca Burnett, Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee General Education Subcommittee, 2015.

Member, GT-1000 (First-Year Seminar) Review Committee, 2013-2014.

Member, First-Year Reading Program/Project One Committee, 2012-present.

 

School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) Committees
Member, Hiring Committee for Assistant Professor of Technical Communication, 2017-present.

Member, Masters Degree Program Planning Committee, 2017-present.

Member, LMC Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 2013-present.

Member, LMC Academic Program Review Committee, 2014-2015.

Member, Hiring Committee for Associate Director of the Communication Center, 2013.

Member, Hiring Committee for Assistant Director of Writing and Communication, 2013.

Member, Hiring Committee for Associate Director of the Communication Center, 2012.

Member, Hiring Committee for Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies, 2012.

Member, Hiring Committee for Assistant Director of Writing and Communication, 2012.

 

Writing and Communication Program Committees
Chair, Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow Hiring Committee, 2012-present.

Co-Chair, Writing and Communication Program Committee, 2012-present.

Chair (2012-2013) and Member (2013-present), Textbook Committee, 2012-present.

Associate Director, Consulting Consortium, 2012-present.

Member, Assessment Committee, 2012-present.

Member, Awards Committee (Teaching Awards and Student Awards), 2012-present.

Ad Hoc Member, Curricular Innovation Committee, 2012-present.

Member, Grants Committee, 2012-present.

Ad Hoc Member, DevLab Committee, 2012-present.

Ad Hoc Member, Intellectual Property and Professional Ethics Committee, 2012-2013.

Ad Hoc Member, Professional Development Committee, 2012-present.

Ad Hoc Member, Special Events Committee, 2012-present.

Member, Technical Communication Committee, 2012-present.

Ad Hoc Member, World Englishes Committee, 2012-present.

 

Outreach
“Computers, Coding, and Communication.” (Workshop with Ware County and Atlanta Public Schools teachers). Co-presenters: Rebecca Burnett, Andy Frazee, Michael Griffin, Kate Holterhoff, Joshua King, Monica Miller, and Malavika Shetty. June 8-9, 2017. Georgia Institute of Technology.

“Multimodal Communication in STEAM Disciplines.” (Workshop with DeKalb County teachers). Co-presenters: Rebecca Burnett, Rachel Dean-Ruzicka, Andy Frazee, Halcyon Lawrence, and Ruthie Yow. March 22, 23, and 24, 2016. Georgia Institute of Technology.

Leadership Coaching Fellow (Undergraduate Coaching/Mentoring Program), Georgia Tech Leadership Education and Development. 2014-2015.

“Communication Across the Curriculum: Developing Assignments that Integrate Rhetoric, Process, and Multimodality.” (Two-day workshop with Ware County High School teachers). Co-presenters: Rebecca Burnett and Andy Frazee. May 14-15, 2015. Georgia Institute of Technology.

“Seeing Things: Rhetorical Analysis of Visuals” (Videoconference with AP English class, Ware County, Georgia). Co-presenters: Rebecca Burnett and Andy Frazee. November 12, 2014. “Multidisciplinary Approach to AP English” program, Georgia Tech Research Institute.

“Teaching with Literary and Informational Texts.” Co-presenters: Annalee Edmondson, Andy Frazee, John Harkey, and Christina Van Houten. K-12 Explorers Guild Workshop, Georgia Institute of Technology. February 27, 2014.

“Contemporary Poets and Poetry” (Videoconference presentation to AP English class, Ware County, Georgia). Co-presenters: Andy Frazee and John Harkey. Direct to Discovery Program, Georgia Tech Research Institute. February 14, 2012. 

Georgia Institute of Technology (as postdoctoral fellow)

Member, Technical Communication Committee, 2010-2012.

Member, Brittain Fellow Hiring Committee, 2012.

Elected Representative, Writing and Communication Program Committee, 2011-2012.

Participant, Direct to Discovery Program, 2011-2012.

Member, Special Events Committee, 2011-2012.

Member, E-Book Committee, 2010-2011.

University of Georgia (as graduate student)

Co-Director, VOX Creative Writing Reading Series, 2009-2010.

Volunteer Instructor, Writers in the Schools Project, 2009-2010.

Officer/Webmaster, English Graduate Organization, 2007-2008. 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (as graduate student)

Member, Managing Editor Search Committee, Ninth Letter magazine, 2003.

Member, Magazine Planning and Funding Committee, Ninth Letter magazine, 2003.