Courses

Lower-Level Courses

First-Year Writing: Introduction to College Composition

This First-Year Writing Courses introduces students to a range of academic and public genres, such as rhetorical analyses, argumentative essays, and infographics. I have taught Introduction to College Composition two times. If you’d prefer to download the PDF rather than read it in your browser, click here.

First-Year Writing: Intermediate College Composition

I taught this course on research and writing in Spring of 2015. It was themed around food issues, and students took up a number of issues related to food, culture, nutrition, and health. If you’d prefer to download the PDF rather than read it in your browser, click here.

Upper-Level Courses

Business Writing

My upper-level Business Writing course integrates professional writing pedagogy with design-thinking, engaging students in a project-based sequence to propose a design-solution to a community-based problem. I have taught this course four times. If you’d prefer to download the PDF rather than read it in your browser, click here.

Science and Technical Writing

My Science and Technical Writing Course guides students through human-centered practices of research and report-writing. The second half of the course asks students to carry out demographic analyses, to compose informational documents for public audiences, and to write grant proposals. I taught this course in Fall 2017. If you’d prefer to download the PDF rather than read it in your browser, click here.

Graduate Courses

Knowing Media

I developed this graduate-level course out of my doctoral exam in new media studies. As discussed in the course description, the course focuses on theories and methods of new media studies both inside and outside of rhetoric and composition, considering how we might understand and critique our conceptions of technology. If you’d prefer to download the PDF rather than read it in your browser, click here.