2012- : Drew University. Director of Writing Across the Curriculum, Professor of English.
2008-11: Drew University, Chair of Dept. of English Literatures and Language (3 year term)
2005- 11: Drew University. Director of Composition, Professor of English.
1998- 2005: Drew University. Director of Composition, Associate Professor of English.
1993- 98: Drew University. Director of Composition, Assistant Professor of English.
1989-93: Colgate University. Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing, Dept. of Interdisciplinary Writing
1987-88: SUNY-Binghamton. Assistant Coordinator of Instructional Training, English Dept.
1984-87: SUNY-Binghamton. (Now Binghamton University). Teaching Assistant, English Department.
1991: Ph.D. in English, State University of New York at Binghamton (now Binghamton University). Dissertation: “(Re)reading Readers: The Use of Textbook Readers in the Teaching of College-Level Composition,” directed by William V. Spanos.
1986: MA. in English, Department of English, General Literature, and Rhetoric, Binghamton University.
1981: BA. Honors, in English & American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
- D’Angelo, Barbara J., Sandra Jamieson, Barry Maid, & Janice R. Walker. Eds. Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration across Disciplines. Perspectives on Writing. Fort Collins, Colorado: WAC Clearing House & University Press of Colorado, 2016.
- Coming of Age: The Advanced Undergraduate Writing Curriculum. An edited volume, with Robert Schwegler, Linda Shamoon, & Rebecca Moore Howard. A book in the Cross-Currents Series. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 2000. (Winner of the Council of Writing Program Administrators’ Best Book of 2000-2001 Award)
- The Bedford Guide to Teaching Writing in the Disciplines: An Instructor’s Desk Reference. With Rebecca Moore Howard. Boston: Bedford Books, 1995.
REFEREED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
- Jamieson, Sandra. “What the Citation Project Tells Us About Information Literacy in College Composition” in Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration across Disciplines. Perspectives in Writing Series. Edited by Barbara D’Angelo, Sandra Jamieson, Barry Maid, & Janice R. Walker. Fort Collins, Colorado: WAC Clearing House & University Press of Colorado, 2016. 119-143.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Is it Plagiarism or Patchwriting? Toward a nuanced definition” in The Handbook of Academic Integrity, edited by Tracey Bretag. Singapore: Springer, 2016. 503-518. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-287-079-7_68-1
- Holly-Wells, Jennifer, Sandra Jamieson, and Maya Sanyal. “From Silos to Synergies: Institutional Contexts for Writing Fellows” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, special edition on Course-Embedded Writing Support Programs in Writing Centers. Vol 12.1 (Fall 2014). np
- Howard, Rebecca Moore & Sandra Jamieson. “Researched Writing.” In A Guide to Composition Pedagogies 2e, Edited by Taggart, Amy Rupiper Taggart, Brooke Hessler, and Kurt Schick. Oxford University Press, 2013. 231-47.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Reading and Engaging Sources: What Student’s Use of Sources Reveals About Advanced Reading Skills.” In Across the Disciplines (ATD), Special issue on Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum, Guest Editor Alice Horning. November 2013. np
- Jamieson, Sandra & Rebecca Moore Howard. “Sentence-Mining: Uncovering the Amount Of Reading and Reading Comprehension In College Writers’ Researched Writing” in The New Digital Scholar: Exploring and Enriching the Research and Writing Practices of NextGen Students. Eds. Randall McClure and James P. Purdy. Medford, NJ: American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2013. 111-133.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “The Vertical Writing Curriculum: The Forgotten Core of Liberal Arts Education” Composition(s) in the New Liberal Arts. Edited by Joanna Castner Post and James A. Inman. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2010. 159-184.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “One Size Does Not Fit All: Plagiarism Across The Curriculum” in Pluralizing Plagiarism: Identities, Contexts, Pedagogies. Edited by Amy Robillard and Rebecca Moore Howard. Heinemann-Boynton/Cook. 2008. 77-91.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Esmeralda’s Math Class” in The WAC Casebook: Scenes for Faculty Reflection and Program Development. Ed Chris Anson, Oxford University Press, 2002.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Re-examining the Theory-Practice Binary in the Work of Writing Program Administrators” with Linda Shamoon, Rebecca Moore Howard, & Robert Schwegler, in The Writing Program Administrator as Theorist: Making Knowledge Work Ed. Shirley K. Rose and Irwin Weiser. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 2002. 67-77.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Theories of Composing” in Coming of Age: The Advanced Undergraduate Writing Curriculum. Ed. Robert Schwegler, Linda Shamoon, & Rebecca Moore Howard. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 2000. 59-65
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Composition Readers and the Construction of Identity” in Writing in Multicultural Settings. Ed. Carol Severino & Johnnella E. Butler. New York: MLA, 1997. 150-71.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “The United Colors of Multiculturalism: Rereading Composition Textbooks” in Mainstream(s) and Margins: Cultural Studies in the 90s. Ed. Michael Morgan & Susan Leggett. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1996. 62-84.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Text, Context, and Teaching Literature by African American Women” in Understanding Others: Cultural and Cross-Cultural Criticism and the Teaching of Literature. Ed. Joseph Trimmer & Tilly Warnock. NCTE, 1992. 139-52.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Foreword” Writing Majors: Eighteen Program Profiles. Edited by Greg Giberson, Jim Nugent, & Lori Ostergaard (Author). Logan: Utah State University Press, 2015.
- “Sandra Jamieson and Rebecca Moore Howard: Unraveling the Citation Trail” Project Information Literacy Smart Talks, no. 8, August 16, 2011. http://projectinfolit.org/st/howard-jamieson.asp
FORTHCOMING (under contract/in press)
- Serviss, Tricia & Sandra Jamieson. Eds. Points of Departure: Rethinking Student Source Use and Writing Studies Research Methods. An edited collection. Utah State University Press, 2017. In production; expected publication Fall 2017.
- Jamieson, Sandra & Rebecca Moore Howard. Struggling with Sources: The Citation Project Portrait of Composition Students’ Researched Writing. Parlor Press. Expected publication 2018.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “The Evolution of the Citation Project: Lessons learned from a multi-year, multi-site study.” In Points of Departure: Rethinking Student Source Use and Writing Studies Research Methods. Ed. Tricia Serviss & Sandra Jamieson. Utah State University Press, 2017. In production.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “Drew University Vertical Writing Program” in Writing Program Architecture: Thirty Cases for Reference and Research. Edited by Jamie White-Farnham and Bryna Siegel Finer. Utah State University Press, 2018. In production.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “The Major in Rhetoric and Composition Writing: Tracking Changes in the Evolving Discipline.” In Composition, Rhetoric, and Disciplinarity. Eds Rita Malencyzk, Susan Miller-Cochran, Liz Wardle, and Kathleen Blake Yancey. Utah State University Press, 2018. In production.
- Jamieson, Sandra. “How can/should/do our expectations of students’ and academics’ intertextuality practices differ?” Student Plagiarism in Higher Education, edited by Diane Pecorari and Philip Shaw. Collection under contract with Taylor & Francis/Routledge Research in Higher Education Series (co-published with the Society for Research into Higher Education), Abingdon, UK. Publication date tbd.
WORK IN PROGRESS/UNDER CONSIDERATION (in order of expected publication date)
Jamieson, Sandra & Rebecca Moore Howard. ENGAGING SOURCES: The Instructor’s Guide to Preventing Plagiarism and Teaching Researched Writing. This book is based on findings from Citation Project and related research (PIL, LILAC Project, etc). Drawing on years of conducting faculty development workshops in the US and abroad and building from the pedagogy in their first collaborative publication (The Bedford Guide to Teaching Writing in the Disciplines: An Instructor’s Desk Reference), Jamieson and Howard imagine this book being used in various forms of faculty development from pre-semester workshops to brown bag series. Chapters invite faculty to rethink the ways they teach students to find, assess, select, and work with sources (from summary to citation); develop strategies for helping students engage with ideas, develop perspectives, and integrate ideas across a variety of genres; and revise textual and multimedia assignments to help avoid the disengagement that can lead to plagiarism or copyright violation.
“Sitting In on Classes.” A study of mid-career faculty who take undergraduate courses outside of their own departments and areas of specialization, and the pedagogical consequences of that experience. Currently gathering interviews for this project.
SELECTED CONFERENCE KEYNOTE, PLENARY, & SPONSORED PRESENTATIONS (Invited)
“Creating Conversations: What Happens When Students Don’t Research and Write with a Purpose(?)” Campus Alberta Writing Studies Colloquium (CAWS). Keynote Address. Grant McEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta (Canada). May 17, 2016.
“Revising Patchwriting: Data-Based Insights into ‘Transgressive’ Student Writing.” CCCC Sponsored Panel. Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association (MLA). Vancouver, Canada. January 9, 2015.
“Changing Literacies; Unchanging Challenges. How Students Navigate Reading and Writing with Sources.” Keynote Address. Changing Landscapes, Changing Literacies Conference. A Joint Conference of the Two-Year College Association-Pacific North West and Pacific North West Writing Centers Association. Vancouver, WA. October 10, 2014.
“Students’ Source Choices & Uses: Lessons from the Citation Project.” Keynote Address. New Directions in Information Fluency Conference. Thomas Tredway Library, Augustana University, Moline, IL. April 5, 2014.
“Retention & Degree Completion: What Does Writing Have To Do With It?” Plenary Address. Connecting Contributions to Learning and Success Conference, Cleveland State University, Cleveland OH. August 14, 2012.
“Reading Across the Curriculum: The Implications of Citation Project Research.” Keynote Address. International Writing cross the Curriculum Conference, Savannah, GA, June 9, 2012
“Struggling with Sources: Rethinking the Researched Paper.” Keynote Address. Virginia Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries, Spring Meeting. Sweet Briar College, April 9, 2012.
“Take a Deep Breath and Jump: Doing Data-Driven Research When You Aren’t Trained in Data-Driven Methods.” Plenary Address, Research Network Forum. With Rebecca Moore Howard. Annual Meeting of the Research Network Forum, Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Saint Louis, MO. March 21, 2012.
“Rethinking Research: Engaging Students (& Teachers) in Researched Writing.” Keynote Address. Student Success in Writing Conference. Savannah, GA. February 3, 2012.
“What Current Research Teaches us About WAC.” Keynote Address. New Jersey Writers Association (NJWA), College of New Jersey, March 19, 2004.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (Refereed)
with Elizabeth Kimball. “Creating and Assessing a Community of Practice,” Annual Conference of the Association of Small Liberal Arts Colleges Writing Program (SLAC), Swarthmore, PA. January 14, 2017.
with Elizabeth Kimball. “The Writing Studies Major in the English Department: History, Challenges, and Rewards.” NCTE Sponsored session, Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association (MLA). Philadelphia, PA. January 5, 2017.
“What’s in a Name? Identifying and Counting Writing and Rhetoric Majors.” At the Association of Rhetoric and Writing Studies Conference, El Paso, TX, October 14, 2016.
“When STEM meets Plato: exploring inquiry, decision-making, and habits of mind in an integrated summer bridge program,” International Writing cross the Curriculum Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 24, 2016.
“But I Did Cite the Source!” Distinguishing between failures in integrity and failures in knowledge – and responding.” Exploring Emerging Academic Integrity Issues In Education Sectors conference. Wollongong University, Dubai, UAE. March 27, 2016.
“Touching the Data: Manual-Coding in Citation Context Research” (Roundtable: “Demystifying Research Methods in Writing Studies”), Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). Tampa, FL. March 19, 2015.
“Writing Back—Writing Fellows Write Advice For WAC Faculty.” International Writing cross the Curriculum Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 12, 2014.
“Breaking the Cycle of Ineffective Research Instruction: Reimagining Information Literacy Collaborations.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, March 21, 2014.
“The Citation Project: Understanding Undergraduate and Graduate Students’ Source Choices and Uses.” Symposia. Writing Research Across Borders International Conference, (International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research). Paris, February 19-22, 2014.
[presented in absentia] “Senior Year Writing (SYW): Writing courses that help graduating seniors ‘invent (life beyond) the university.’” Annual Meeting of the Council of Writing Program Administrators. Savannah, GA. July 19, 2013.
“Critical and Analytical Thinking in Source-Based Writing.” Featured Session. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, March 15, 2013.
“Students’ Source Choices: A Statistical and Rhetorical Analysis of Researched Papers from Sixteen Institutions.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Saint Louis, MO. March 22, 2012.
“The Next Step: Outcomes for Majors in Writing and Rhetoric. A Roundtable Discussion “ Chair and organizer. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Saint Louis, MO. March 22, 2012.
“A Statistical Profile of 160 Students’ Researched Writing, with Implications for Teaching.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, GA. April 7, 2011.
“Understanding Students’ Use of Sources through Collaborative Research” Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. Savanna, GA. October 3, 2010.
“The use of source-based writing and source-use analysis to guide student placement decisions in a Guided Self-Placement program.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Louisville, KY. March 20, 2010.
“Developments in Undergraduate Writing Majors: A Roundtable Discussion,” Chair. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Louisville, KY. March 19, 2010.
“Rearranging the Horse and the Cart: Using Citation Analysis for Pedagogical and Curricular Reform of Writing Programs.” Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. Savanna, GA, September 25, 2009.
“Using Online Essays for Ubiquitous and Sustainable Assessment and More.” Conference on Computers and Writing. UC Davis, June 18, 2009.
“Creating a home for writing: features of the emerging writing major.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Francisco, March 13, 2009.
“What happened when I took stats, and how it changed my ideas about first year writing.” Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators. Tempe, AZ, July 14, 2007.
“Fraud narratives and the anxiety of author(ity)lessness” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. New York City, March 22, 2007.
“WAC Contexts for Plagiarism Activism.” Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators. Chattanooga, TN, July 14, 2006.
“Argument as Ground Not Mode: Creating Opportunities for Nuanced Argument Using Information Literacy and Case Studies.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, March 24, 2006.
“Mina Shaughnessy, Learning Disabilities, and Basic Writing: Placement Error or Pedagogical Wisdom?” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Francisco, March 18, 2005.
“The Vertical Writing Curriculum: Theory and Practice,” Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association (MLA) Conference. Philadelphia, December 29, 2004.
“From Cordon Bleu Pot Luck to Prix Fix: The Importance of College Leadership Throughout The Small College Curriculum” presentation as part of a roundtable “The View from Where We Stand: The Role of Place in WPA Work.” Panelist, session chair, and organizer. Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators. Newark, DE, July 17, 2004.
“Listening to and learning from WAC Faculty Representations of Student Writers,” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Antonio, March 25, 2004.
“When The Bridges Don’t Need To Be Built: The WPA and the vertical curriculum at a small college.” Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators. Grand Rapids, MI, July 10-13, 2003.
“Composition “Readers” and the Construction of Student Writers” Composing Identities: The Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. The University of Louisville. October 10, 2002.
“Print-Linked Textbooks: The Next Paradigm Shift or Just One More Exploitation?” Labor, Writing Technologies, and the Shaping of Composition in the Academy: The Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. The University of Louisville. October 7, 2000.
“The Effects of Theory on Assumptions about Pedagogy.” Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Charlotte, NC. July 13, 2000.
“Re-Imagining the Classes in the Advanced Writing Program.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago. April 15. 2000.
“Writing Programs as Banana Republics — and how we might talk our way into a better metaphor.” Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Tucson, AZ. July 17, 1998.
“Imagining Audiences: Teachers Designing Assignments and Students Responding.” Panel on distance learning writing instruction. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, April 14, 1998.
“Responding to the Needs of Composition Students with Different Learning Styles.” Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Houghton, MI. July 19, 1997.
“When Speech is Written: Why Etiquette and Netiquette Must be Different in Composition Classes.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Phoenix, AZ. March 13, 1997.
“‘So, Let’s Just Use a Textbook!’: WAC textbooks and the Anxiety of Expertise.” National Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Charleston, SC. February 7, 1997.
“Shaping the Contact Zone: Designing WAC/WID Assignments.” Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Milwaukee, March 29, 1996.
“Expanding and Sharing Ownership of Writing in the Disciplines.” Annual Convention of the Conference of the Association of Writing Program Administrators. Bellingham, WA. July 28, 1995.
“The Ethics of Editing: Corporation versus College Writing Center.” Wyoming English Conference, Laramie, WY. June 21, 1995.
“From Feminized to Feminist: The Maturation of a Writing Department.” with Rebecca Moore Howard. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition & Communication. San Diego. April 1993.
“Rereading Difference: Multiculturalism, Writing and Hierarchy.” University of New Hampshire Composition Conference. October 7, 1992.
“Repackaging America: Multicultural Composition Readers and the Construction of the Other.” Penn State Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. July 8, 1992.
“The Social Implications of Using Textbook Readers.” Penn State Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. July 14, 1991.
RECENT INVITED CAMPUS LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS, AND WORKSHOPS
“Engaging Research: Helping Students Select and Read Academic Sources,” sponsored by the McEwan Center for Faculty Excellence, Grant McEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta (Canada). May 17, 2016.
“Encouraging Academic Honesty Through Better Assignments: A Faculty Development Workshop.” Fall Faculty Retreat: Sharing New Approaches for Transformative Teaching. Chemeketa Community College Salem, OR. September 17, 2015.
“Lessons from the Citation Project.” Kean University, NJ. January 13, 2015
“(re)Defining Plagiarism: A Faculty Workshop.” Western Michigan University. October 24, 2014.
“Reconsidering Plagiarism Policies and Student Engagement.” Public Lecture. Western Michigan University. October 23, 2014.
“Helping Students Create Academic Conversations Between Authors & Texts: A Faculty Workshop.” Washington State University, Vancouver. October 10, 2014.
“Re-Reading Student Papers: How Citation Project Research can Help us Strengthen Reading and Writing Skills.” Public Lecture. University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne. Sponsored by the Center for Writing Studies and the Undergraduate Rhetoric Program September 29, 2014.
“Helping Students Create Academic Conversations with Source Material.” Faculty Development Workshops Series. Smith College. May 12, 2014.
“Struggling with Sources: Using citation context analysis to understand cited patchwriting and help students engage with sources.” Lecture and workshop. University of Rochester, April 16, 2014
“Understandings how Students Engage with Sources: Lessons from the Citation Project.” Faculty Conversation. Augustana University, April 4, 2014.
“Engaged Reading: Designing Assignments that Develop Research and Reading Skills Across the Curriculum.” St John Fisher College, Fall Convocation and Faculty Development Day. Full-day workshop for all College faculty, August 28th, 2013.
“Reading and Writing to Build Community and Conversation.” One-day workshop for Learning Community faculty. St John Fisher College. August 27th 2013.
“Research-Rich Writing: Helping Students to Select, Read, and Use Sources Wisely.” Illinois Wesleyan University Annual Pedagogy Symposium. Half-day faculty development workshop. January 26, 2013
“Rereading Student Papers: Citation Project research and what it teaches us about undergraduate writers.” Lecture and half-day faculty development workshop. Villanova University. January 11, 2013.
“How Citation Context Analysis can Help us Understand & Respond to Student Writing.” Seton Hall University Faculty Development Series, Seton Hall University. November 16, 2012.
“Sentence-Mining and other Source-Use Hazards: Implications of Citation Project Research for Writing Across the Curriculum.” Public lecture. Framingham State University, October 25, 2012.
“Using Citation Context Analysis to Understand and Respond to Student Writing: A Workshop for Writing Teachers.” Framingham State University, October 25, 2012.
“Rethinking the Researched Paper: Implications of Citation Project Research for The Vertical Writing Curriculum.” Princeton University “New Directions in Writing Studies Lecture Series,” October 10, 2012.
“What Citation Context Analysis Teaches Us About Student Source Use: Findings from the Citation Project.” Public Lecture. University of Vermont. Sponsored by the Writing Across the Curriculum Program and the Center for Teaching and Learning, February 17, 2012.
“Struggling with Sources: Findings from the Citation Project.” Lecture. Bloomfield College Faculty Development Program, February 7, 2012.
“Struggling with Sources: Lessons from the Citation Project Multi-institutional Study.” Wabash College Teaching and Learning Committee Faculty Development Day, August 18, 2011
“Redefining Plagiarism and 21st century Ethics” 5th annual Magliocco Lecture in English and Journalism at Western Illinois University, September 9, 2010. Also facilitated discussions for students and ran a faculty development workshop during the two-day visit.
Presentation for the faculty at the University of Saint Francis, “Defining and Responding to Plagiarism: Lessons from the Citation Project” and a half-day workshop as part of University of Saint Francis Annual Faculty Development Day, August 16, 2010.
“The Vertical Writing Curriculum: Options for Writing Instruction and Program Design” University of New England, September 3, 2009.
“Redefining Literacy for the Liberal Arts,” Keynote Lecture; “What is (and isn’t) Plagiarism?” Common Hour lecture to the first year student body sponsored by The Center of Inquiry in the Liberal Arts, Wabash College. Meetings and dinner conversation with the faculty and the Teaching and Learning Committee to discuss plagiarism policies and procedures, October 27-29, 2008.
SELECTED PRE- AND POST-CONVENTION WORKSHOPS (Refereed)
“Responding to Citation Project Findings: Practices, Policies, and Pedagogies,” half-day Post-Convention Workshop, Annual Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. September 24, 2012.
“Responding to Citation Project Findings: Practices, Policies, and Pedagogies,” half-day Post-Convention Workshop, Annual Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. September 24, 2012.
“Understanding Students’ Use of Sources through Collaborative Research: The Citation Project and Beyond” half-day Pre-Convention Workshop. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Saint Louis, MO. March 21, 2012.
“Struggling with Sources: Collaborative Research on Use and Engagement with Sources.” Half-day post-convention workshop. Annual Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. Savannah, GA. September 24, 2011.
“Understanding Students’ Use of Sources and Information Literacy through Collaborative Research” Post-convention workshop. Annual Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. Savanna GA, Oct. 3, 2010.
“Understanding Students’ Use of Sources through Collaborative Research.” Full-day pre-convention workshop. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY. March 17, 2010.
“Creating the Intentional Writing Major: models and recommendations.” Half-day pre-convention workshop. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. New Orleans, April 2, 2008.
“Designing Gateway and Capstone Courses for the Writing Major.” Half-day workshop, Annual Convention of the National Council of Writing Program Administrators. Tempe, AZ, July 15, 2007.
“The Advanced Writing Curriculum: A Hands-On Session” Full-day pre-convention workshop. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. New York, March 19, 2003.
“Designing the Vertical Writing Curriculum ” Full-day pre-convention workshop. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, Mar. 20, 2002.
“Designing the Advanced Writing Curriculum ” Half-day pre-convention workshop. Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Denver, March 14, 2001.
ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM EVALUATION
External reviewer, Writing Program, Richard Stockton University, NJ. April 7, 2014
External reviewer, English Department and QEP Proposal, Lynchburg College. September 25-28, 2012.
SACS QEP Evaluator. Weatherford College, TX. November, 2011.
External review team, Writing Program, Colorado College. February 8-10, 2011.
Member of Drew team participating in a five college assessment of the first year experience project funded by the Teagle Foundation, 2006-2009
NATIONAL COMMITTEES AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Elected member of the Executive Board, Conference on College Composition and Communication. Three-year term, 2008-10.
Appointed Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication Committee on the Major in Writing and Rhetoric. Three-year appointment, 2007-09; 2010-12; 2013-2015. (Committee member, 2005-07).
Appointed chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication Resolution Committee. One-year appointment, 2003-04.
Local chair (New York City), Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2002-03.
First round proposal reader, Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2001, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Second round proposal reader. Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2002.
Manuscript reviewer for CCC Journal (Conference on College Composition and Communication).
Local Chair, Conference on College Composition and Communication, “Re-Writing ‘Theme for English B'” Transforming Possibilities.” (Worked with a local committee of five and five sub-committees to organize all local details of this international 4-day conference.) New York City, March 19-22, 2003.
National Council of Teachers of English international conference, “Assigning, Responding to, and Assessing Writing: Teachers’ and Students’ Identities and Relationships.” Sonoma Valley, CA. April 17-19, 1997. (Developed the concept; worked with a committee of four to design the call for papers, review submission, plan sessions, assign chairs, and organize the local components of the conference.)
National Council of Teachers of English summer conference, “Assigning and Responding to Writing in the Secondary and College Classroom.” Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, August 10-12, 1995. (Developed the concept, and worked with co-organizer to design the call for papers, review submission, plan sessions, assign chairs, and organize the local components of the conference.
Edward W. and Stella C. Van Houten Memorial Fund Grant to support Drew University Writing Across the Curriculum Writing Fellows Program. 2013, $8,000; 2014, $10,000; 2015, $10,000; .
Mertz Gilmore Foundation Grant to support Drew Honduras Project, 2014, $1,000; 2015, $2,000.
Drew University Faculty Research Grant, 2008, 2009, 2014, 2015
Culpepper Technology Grant, multiple years 1994 – 2011
Drew University Athletics Program Faculty & Staff Appreciation Award for Support of Student Athletes, April 12, 2016.
Drew University Center for Civic Engagement, Faculty Leadership Award, May 2013
Student Organization Advisory Council (SOAC) Award for Best Student Club Advisor, 2007-2008
Will Herberg Distinguished Professor Award, Drew University Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, Presented May 4, 2004
New Jersey State Educational Opportunity Fund Champion Award, Presented April 2, 2003
Educational Opportunity Scholar’s Program Academic Service Award, Drew University, May 2002
Winner of the Council of Writing Program Administrators’ Best Book of 2000-2001 Award for Coming of Age: The Advanced Undergraduate Writing Curriculum, 2001.
Alpha Phi Omega Faculty Service Award, Alpha Phi Omega, Drew University, May 2001.
Faculty Excellence Award, Office of Student Activities, Drew University, May 1997.
Educational Opportunity Program Faculty-Staff Recognition Award, SUNY-Binghamton, May 1989
Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies, SUNY-Binghamton, November 1988
Joel Robinson Fellowship for Student Service and Activism, SUNY-Binghamton, March 1986
Writing Studies, Written Communication, and Composition
Introduction to Writing and Communication Studies, Writing for Social Media, Theory and Practice of Writing Center Tutoring, Theory and Practice of Writing Across the Curriculum and Peer-to-Peer Mentoring, Writing Feature and Magazine Articles, Writing in the Discipline of English, The Essay: Travel Writing from Montaigne to Bryson, various advanced writing intensive courses.
New York Semester on Communications and Media (off campus in New York City): Theories and Effects of Media Communication, Communications and Media Colloquium
Creative Non-fiction: The Personal Essay, Memoir, Travel Writing. (Undergraduate and graduate level)
Composition courses at all levels: Educational Opportunities Summer Bridge Courses, basic writing, developmental writing one-year stretch course, first year composition, college writing, advanced composition, research writing, Drew Seminar.
Linked writing courses, with Biology, Psychology, Religion, History, Political Science, and Sociology;
Composition Theory and Practice, Teaching Writing, Teaching in the Two Year College (Graduate level)
Literature and theory
Introduction to Literary analysis; Western Literature; Women and Literature; Language and Gender; Literature and Culture of Argentina; Literature by Cuban, Cuban-American, Puerto-Rican, and Nuyorican writers. (Undergraduate level courses). Fragmented Narratives, Contemporary American Literature (Graduate level)
First year seminars: “Travel, Tourism, and Exploration,” “Oprah’s Book Club,” “Education, Culture, and Knowledge,” “Identity and Ethnicity in US Literature” and “Cultural Literacy.”
Writing Seminars & Drew Seminar: “Travel, Tourism, and Exploration,.
One month on-site international seminar to Cuba and Puerto Rico; and to Argentina (twice); 17 Day ShortTrec program to Havana, Cuba and “Little Havana,” Miami.
Annual two-week service-learning/community engagement trips to Honduras (1999-2012) and Dominican Republic (2012-2015).
Chaired and served on multiple dissertation committees (PhD and Arts and Letters DLITT), masters committees (MA and Arts and Letters MLITT), and honors committees. Multiple independent studies and internship programs directed and supervised.
Inaugural Director of the New York Semester on Communications and Media. Drew University, 2015-2016.
Director, Van Houten Writing Across the Curriculum Fellows Program (hire and train 40 course-embedded writing fellows annually, work with Cooperating WAC Faculty, maintain and administer grant), 2013-
Drew Seminar, planning and coordination, faculty development seminar and ongoing training for 23 course-embedded Drew Seminar Writing Fellows, 2015-16.
College of Liberal Arts, Committee on Faculty, 2012-2014; 2014-2016
Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee, 2006-2008; 2008-2009
Educational Opportunities Program Advisory Committee, 1995-2016
University Faculty Committee on Faculty, Co-chair Spring 2008-10 (also served Fall 2003-05)
Provost’s Task Force on Civic Engagement, 2006-08
Business, Society, and Culture Program Advisory Committee, 2005-2011
Division Chair, 2000-2002.
Dean’s Council of the College of Liberal Arts (Division Representative), 2000-2002.
Resource and Revenue Budget Committee, Fall, 2001-2002
Middle States Review Committee, Subcommittee on Technology, 1999-2001
American Association of University Professors State Conference, New Jersey, Secretary 2000-02; 2002-04; Executive Committee Member-at-Large, 2005-07
Faculty Advisor to student service organizations: Drew Circle K, 1998-2005; Drew Honduras project (student international service organization), 1994-