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National

  • Founding Chair of the Task Force on Publicizing the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing of the Council of Writing Program Administrators. 2013 - 2016
  • Peer reviewer, edited collection, Utah State University Press. 2017
  • Peer reviewer, critical textbook. SAGE Publications. 2015-16
  • Peer reviewer, textbook, Open SUNY Textbooks. 2015
  • Peer reviewer. WPA: Writing Program Administration (Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators). 2014
  • Peer reviewer. Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (Affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English). 2014
  • Sponsorship and Exhibits Coordinator for the Annual Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. 2014 - 2016; Co-coordinator 2013
  • Chair of the Council of Writing Program Administrators Recognitions and Awards Committee. National association. 2011 - 2013. Member 2010 - 2011

Regional

  • Founding Treasurer of the Metropolitan Affiliate of the Council of Writing Program Administrators. Regional association. 2011 - 2015
  • Orientation leader, “Getting Started as a Composition Teacher,” and mentor to new teaching assistants. CUNY Graduate Center English Ph.D. Program. Summers 2000 - 2003

Institutional

  • President, Arts and Sciences Senate. SBU. 2019-2020

  • Member of STEAM Communication Advisory Group. SBU 2019 - present

  • Chair of the College of Arts & Sciences Strategic Plan Implementation Committee on Writing Deparment Formation and Writing in the Disciplines Program Creation. 2017 - 2018

  • Award Co-Winner, Academic Partner of the Year. SBU Career Center. 2013 - 2014
  • Member of the Provost’s Committee (previously Task Force) on Academic Assessment. SBU. 2013 - 2015
  • Assessment Coordinator of SBU PWR, Assessment Consultant to SBU Department of English, Assessment Mentor to SBU College of Arts and Sciences faculty. 2013 - 2015
  • Member of the Undergraduate Council of the Faculty Senate. SBU. 2011 - 2014
  • Creator of the undergraduate minor concentration in writing. SBU. 2011
  • Member of ad hoc working group on e-portfolios. SBU. 2011 - 2012

Cross-Curricular

  • Co-designer of SBU writing-intensive undergraduate course on ethics and societal perceptions of nanotechnology, and guest lecturer in ITS 102 Nanotechnology: Fact and Fiction, and in ITS 102 Artificial Life: Fact and Fiction. 2010 - present
  • Co-designer of SBU writing-intensive course, and guest lecturer in BIO 385 Plant Ecology. 2011 - 2012
  • Co-designer of SBU Graduate Program in Public Health writing-intensive curriculum and assessment initiative, and guest lecturer in HPH 523 Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health, and HPH 501 Introduction to Research Process. 2009 - 2012

Departmental

  • Associate Director, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2008-2012; 2018-present
  • Graduate Program Director, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2017 - 2018
  • Chair of Graduate Program Committee, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2017 - 2018
  • Assessment co-coordinator, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2017 - present
  • Chair of Assistant Professor Hiring Committee, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. Fall 2019
  • Member of Advancement Working Group, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2017 - present
  • Member of Ad-Hoc By-laws Review Committee, Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2019
  • Member of Lecturer Hiring Committee, SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. Spring 2018, fall 2018, spring 2019
  • Representative to the Conference on College Composition and Communication Consortium of Doctoral Programs in Rhetoric and Composition. 2008 - present
  • Chair of Assessment Committee. SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2014 - 2016
  • Chair of Curriculum, Advisory, Visual Rhetoric, and Conference Planning Committees. SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2005 - 2013, variously
  • Coordinator and moderator of portfolio assessment calibration. SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2008 - 2012, co-moderator 2012 - 2015
  • WRT 102 final portfolio appeals reader. 2008 - present
  • Coordinator and moderator of faculty Brown Bag professional development series. SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 2008 - 2012
  • Member of Lecturer Hiring Committee. Summer 2017
  • Member of Ad Hoc PWR Working Group on MOOCs. SBU. 2013
  • Mentor and classroom observer of doctoral student teaching assistants and adjunct instructors. SBU Program in Writing and Rhetoric. 1999 - present, variously

Advisory

  • Dissertation committee member: “Teaching and Learning in Fourth Space: Embodying Praxis, Becoming Role Model,” Nicole Galante. Stony Brook University Department of English. Defended fall 2014
  • Dissertation external reader: “A Sociocultural Perspective of Writing Instruction: Helping Students Find their Voices,” Karen Larson Buechner. Molloy College Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities Program. 2018-19
  • Doctoral orals exam committee member: Rhetorical and Reader-Response Theories, Jessica Hautsch. Stony Brook University, fall 2019
  • Doctoral orals exam committee member: Autoethnography and Memoir, Kay Sohini. Stony Brook University, fall 2019
  • Dissertation writing mentor: Doctor of Musical Arts student Yu Yan, Stony Brook University, spring 2011
  • Master’s thesis director: “The Core in Common Between the Common Core State Standards and Sophistry: A Critique of Curricular Deficiency,” Allison Anziano. Stony Brook University. Completed spring 2015
  • Master’s thesis director: “The Secondary/Postsecondary Education Writing Gap: Obeying Standards, Striving for Authenticity,” Kelly Streibel. Stony Brook University. Completed spring 2014
  • Master’s thesis director: “The Educational Capacity of an Amateurish Field: The Applicability of Fan Fiction Studies within the English Discipline,” Jenna Geiser. Stony Brook University. Completed spring 2013
  • Master’s thesis co-director: “Issues and Uses of Handheld Devices in the College Classroom,” Chris Campana. Stony Brook University. Completed spring 2012
  • Master’s thesis second reader: “Writing at the Intersection: Understanding International Writers.” Soni Adhikari. Completed fall 2015
  • Graduate Independent Study advisor: WRT 690 - Identity and Trauma in Community-Based Writing Programs. Advanced Certificate in Writing and MFA student Jacqueline Henry, fall 2017
  • Graduate Independent Study advisor: WRT 690 - Reader Response and Reception Theories. English doctoral student Karlianne Seri, spring 2016
  • Graduate Independent Study advisor: WRT 690 - Writing Transfer Studies. English doctoral student Francisco Delgado, fall 2013
  • Graduate faculty mentor: Advised SBU Master’s of English student David Johnson to successful admission into Ohio University’s English Ph.D. program with full funding and teaching assistantship, 2015
  • Honors thesis advisor: HON 496 - "A Study of Self-Confidence in Career Preparation Outcomes among College Seniors,” 2019-20
  • Honors thesis advisor: HON 496 - "Game Theory and Speech Act Theory: Drawbacks and Functionalities in Developing Human Communication in Programming Artificial Intelligence,” 2018-19
  • Honors thesis advisor: HON 496 - Memoir Writing. Undergraduate student, 2009-10
  • Honors thesis advisor: HON 496 - Memoir Writing. Undergraduate student, 2007-08
  • Independent Study advisor: WRT 487 - A Scientific and Rhetorical Analysis of Clean Water Initiatives in Kenya, spring 2019
  • Independent Study advisor: WRT 487 - Autoethnography on Ghanaian-American Immigrant Experience. Undergraduate writing minor, fall 2014
  • Independent Study advisor: WRT 487 - Rhetoric of Humanitarian Organizations. Undergraduate writing minor, spring 2014
  • Internship faculty supervisor: WRT 488 - Undergraduate writing minor, summer 2016
  • Internship faculty supervisor: WRT 488 - Undergraduate student, fall 2012
  • Independent study supervisor: WRT 487 - Undergraduate student, spring 2019
  • External reviewer: Ohio University Research Committee. Peer review of grant application “Investigating the Writing Practices of Graduate Students” by Dr. Talinn Phillips. 2014
  • External reviewer: St. Francis College (NY) English Department. Assessment of curriculum needs. 2009
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