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EDUCATION

Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing—Poetry, August 2005, Syracuse University.

 

Masters of Arts in Teaching—English, August 2000, University of Chicago.

 

Bachelor of Arts—English, May 1999, Augustana College, Rock Island, IL.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Director of the Reading/Writing Center and Associate Professor of English, Augustana College, 2017-present

Adjunct Assistant Professor, English, Augustana College, 2014-2017.

 

Adjunct Instructor, English, Augustana College, 2012-13.

 

Teaching Fellow, English, Augustana College, 2010-12.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

LSFY Co-Coordinator, Augustana College, 2013-2016.

 

Co-coordinated the LSFY Program, a one-year sequence introducing first year students to liberal education and the academic skills of reading, writing, oral communication, and information literacy. Introduced new faculty to the program, planned and facilitated faculty development programs, observed new faculty, and consulted on course design and approaches to reading, writing, and information literacy, as well as program initiatives.

 
RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

First-year Advisor, Augustana College, 2012-15, 2016-17.

 

Instructor, “Day by Word: Keeping a Writer’s Notebook,” CommUniversity, Davenport, IA, February 2017.

 

Contest Judge, Instructor, and Reader, Muscatine Poetry Festival, Muscatine, IA, April 2016.

 

Instructor, Pen-in-Hand Mini-Conference workshop, Midwest Writing Center, Davenport, IA, March 2015.

 

Instructor, “Standing in Place: An Introduction to Memoir,” CommUniversity, Davenport, IA, February 2014.

 

Co-instructor, “Poetry Workshop,” CommUniversity, Davenport, IA, February 2009.

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Volunteered for Tupelo Press’s 30/30 Project, March 2017.

 

Served as Faculty Mentor for the Augustana College Women’s Cross Country and Track teams, Fall 2014-2017.

 

Participated in a Sustained Dialogue group after completing Inclusive Leadership Training, Spring 2016.

 

Co-led “Gender, Narrative, and Justice,” a poetry workshop at St. Ambrose University’s Women for Social Justice Conference, October 2014.

 

Completed the Center for Faculty Enrichment Faculty Academy on advising, Augustana College, 2013-14.

 

Co-presented “To Love Locked Rooms: First-Year Inquiry and Reading,” New Directions in Information Fluency Conference, Augustana College, April 2014.

 

Co-presented “It Takes a Village to Build a Cheese Chalet: Faculty Advisors Create and Pilot a Supplemental First-Year Advising Course,” poster session, NACADA Region V Conference, March 2014.

 

Presented “Electrical the Embryo: An Alternative Guide to Pregnancy,” Augustana College Feminist Tea Series, April 2012.

 

Attended the Breadloaf Writer’s Conference as a general contributor, August 2011.

 

Led a one-day poetry workshop for elementary school students, Midwest Writing Center, Summer 2009.

 

AWARDS

Semi-finalist, Crab Orchard First Book Prize, 2014.

 

Finalist, Linquist and Vennum Prize for Poetry, Milkweed Editions, 2014.

 

Honorable Mention, Gulf Coast Poetry Prize, 2010.

 

Winner of The Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry, Stone Canoe, 2009.

 

Semi-finalist, Writing Fellowship, The Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, 2005 and 2006.

 

Semi-finalist, O’Connor Creative Writing Fellowship, Colgate University, 2005.

 

Finalist, San Francisco Flash Film Festival, Art Category, for “How They Sleep,” 2005.

 

The Syracuse University Hayden Carruth Poetry Prize for poetry, 2004.

 

Meade Fellow in Creative Writing, English Department, Syracuse University, 2002.

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