PDF of current CV last updated June 2015

Education

Present: PhD Candidate: English, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2010: MA: English, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
2005: BA: English with Distinction and Spanish Minor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Published Work

“Teaching 21st Century Literacies in a Social Justice Frame.” Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis 4.1 (2015).

“Spar: Digital Humanities, Access, and Uptake in Rural Southwest Washington State.” NANO: New American Notes Online 5 (2014).

Conference Presentations and Colloquia

January 2016. Connected Academics: Articulating the Value of the Humanities to the Larger World
Modern Language Association, Austin, TX

November 2015. Mary Rowlandson, Restorative Reading, and the Meaning of Suffering
Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, Portland, OR

June 2015. Spar: Public and Digital Humanities in Southwest Washington State
Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium, Victoria BC

May 2015. Religious Ritual and Aesthetic Performance in James Baldwin
Western Regional Conference on Christianity and Literature, Seattle, WA

April 2015. Cultural and Economic Memory in the Pacific Northwest
Pacific Northwest American Studies Association, Olympia, WA

April 2015. Spar: Public and Digital Humanities in Southwest Washington State
UW Center for Teaching and Learning Symposium, Seattle, WA

April 2014. Pedagogical Traditions of the Quinault Indian Nation
Pacific Northwest American Studies Association, Ellensburg, WA

April 2014. Multi-Modal Learning: Flipped-Classroom Lesson Planning
The Center for Teaching and Learning Symposium, Seattle, WA

January 2014. Reforming the Literature Ph.D.
Modern Language Association, Chicago, IL

October 2013. Public History with Walker Ames Lecturer Jill Lepore
Simpson Center for the Humanities, Seattle, WA

March 2010. “The Soulful Account of My Life”: Voice and Human Rights
College English Association Conference, San Antonio, TX

Grants and Awards

Spring 2015. Andrew Hilen Dissertation Fellowship
University of Washington English Department

Summer 2014. Mildred Cartwright Hainer Fellowship
Research support for Certificate in Public Scholarship Practicum
University of Washington English Department

2013/2014. HASTAC Scholar 
Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory

2014-2015. Graduate Interest Group Grant: Teaching with Technology (renewed)
2013-2014. Graduate Interest Group Grant: Teaching with Technology
Simpson Center for the Humanities

June 2013. Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) Tuition Scholarship: SEASR Analytics
University of Victoria

2012-present. Simpson Center for the Humanities Certificate in Public Scholarship Fellow
University of Washington

Workshops Given

September 2014. Including All Students: Teaching in the Diverse Classroom
The Center for Teaching and Learning, Seattle, WA

March 2014. Teaching 21st Century Literacies across Disciplines
The Center for Teaching and Learning, Seattle, WA

Teaching Appointments

University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Teaching Assistant
English 200 — Reading Literary Forms (June 2014)
English 111 — Composition: Literature (2013-2014)
English 131 — Composition: Exposition (2012-2013)

University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Writing Tutor
Student-Athlete Academic Services: LEAP Summer Course (July 2013)

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, Graduate Teaching Fellow
English 010 — Freshman Writing Seminar (2009-2010)

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, Graduate Writing Fellow
MA02201 — Managerial Accounting (2008-2009)

Department Service

Fall 2013-Spring 2015. English Department Liaison
UW in the High School: Expository  Writing

Fall 2013-Spring 2015. Chair: Teaching with Technology Committee
UW Expository Writing Program

June 21-27, 2013. Texts and Teachers Workshop Support
UW in the High School: Multiethnic U.S. Literature

Fall 2014-Spring 2015. Co-Chair, Editorial Committee
e.g., the UW’s Online Journal of 100-Level Writing

University Service

September 2014. Assistant Director Search Committee
Simpson Center for the Humanities

April 2013-June 2014. Provost Advisory Committee for Students (PACS)
UW Graduate and Professional Student Senate