PhD in Humanities (specialization: Composition Theory and Rhetoric, secondary: ESL), 1997, University of Texas at Arlington
ENG 100 Basic Writing
110 Writing I
210 Writing II
520/629 Composition and Rhetoric for High School and Junior College
523/623 Writing Center Theory and Practice
525/627 History of Rhetoric
526/628 Modern Rhetorical Theory
720 Composition Theory
721 Theory of Basic Writing
722 Literacy Theory and Composition
725 Gendered Rhetoric and Pedagogy
Research and professional interests
Composition theory and pedagogy
History of rhetoric
Feminist theory and rhetoric
Awards and honors
University Foundation Award in Teaching, 2011-12
Outstanding Honors Instructor, Fall 2010
International Writing Centers Association Outstanding Scholarship Award, Best Article in 2004.“Censoring What Tutors’ Clothing ‘Says’: The ‘Right’ Path or Violation of First Amendment Rights?” Writing Center Journal 24.2 (2004): 19-36.
College Service Award,Southwest Missouri State University, 2003-04.
College Teaching Award, Southwest Missouri State University, 2002-03.
International Writing Centers Association Outstanding Scholarship Award Nominee, Best Article in 2001. “Resistance is Anything But Futile: Some More Thoughts on Writing Conference Summaries.” Writing Center Journal 21.2 (2001): 35-56.
University Teaching Award, Southwest Missouri State University, 2000-01.