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EDUCATION
Ph.D. in Rhetorics, Communication and Information Design, 2009
Clemson University, Clemson, SC

Graduate Summer Study in Communication & Media Studies, 2007
European Graduate School, Saas Fee, CH

M.A. in English, Teaching of Writing, 2005
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL

B.A. in English, Creative Writing, 2003
Illinois College, Jacksonville, IL

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
Indiana University, Bloomington
Assistant Professor of English, 2013-present

University of Texas at Austin
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric & Writing, 2009-2013
Affiliate appointment, Department of English, 2009-2013

Clemson University
Assistant Director of First Year Composition, 2008-2009
Graduate Teaching Assistant/Instructor, English, 2005-2006, 2007-2008
Graduate Teaching Assistant/Instructor, Communication Studies, 2006-2008

Southwestern Illinois College
Adjunct Faculty, English, 2004-2005

Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Teaching Assistant/Instructor, English, 2003-2005

EDITORIAL POSITIONS
Founding Editor, The Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Projects, 2009-Present
Internship Director:
Kallie Willits, Managing Editor Intern, Trine University, Spring 2016
Stephanie Delph, Managing Editor Intern, Trine University, Fall 2016

Internship Oversight:
Kevin Gauthier, Site Management Intern, Oakland University, Spring 2018
(Intern Director: Co-Managing Editor Alison Witte)

Editorial Board, Race & Conflict Series, Clemson University Press, 2018-Present
Series Editor: Cynthia Haynes

Editorial Board, Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, 2014-Present

Editorial Board, Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, 2011-Present

Guest Co-Editor, Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, 2016
Issue 23: Perspectives and Definitions of Digital Rhetoric (Co-Editor: Scot Barnett)

Local Editorial Board.  PRE/TEXT: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory, 2007-2009.

PUBLICATIONS

BOOK
Post-Digital Rhetoric and The New Aesthetic. [Scheduled Release: 3/20/19]
Ohio State University Press, Rhetoric and New Materialism Series.

ARTICLES/CHAPTERS
* “A Post-Production Turn: New Media, New Practice, New Ontology.” Accepted (with minor revisions) atTextshop Experiments, Issue 5, 10 July 2018. http://textshopexperiments.org. [Video].

* “What is Rhetorical about Digital Rhetoric? Perspectives and Definitions of Digital Rhetoric.” Co-Authored with Scot Barnett. Enculturation, 23 (November 2016). http://enculturation.net/what-is-rhetorical-about-digital-rhetoric. [Web]

“Post-IDRS15: Seeking What is Rhetorical in Digital Rhetoric.” Hack & Yack Series, Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. (May 4, 2015). Co-authored with Scot Barnett. http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org. [Web]

“IDRS Introduction.” Hack & Yack Series, Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. (April 7, 2015). Co-authored with Scot Barnett. http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org. [Web]

* “Scholars | Digital Representation | Publishing.” Composition Studies(Spring 2014). [Print]

* “Walking in the (Electra)City: A Fevered and Frivolous Spectacle.”  Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy(Spring 2013).  http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/. [Video]

* “Designing a Course-Game: Developing and Extending Gaming Pedagogy.” In Rhetoric/Composition/Play through Videogames. Eds. Matthew S. S. Johnson, Richard Colby, Rebekah Shultz Colby. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.  2013. [Print]

“The Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Projects: Making The JUMP to Multimedia Scholarship.” In How to Start an Undergraduate Research Journal. Ed. Alexis Hart. Council of Undergraduate Research (2012): 67-70. [Print]

* “Making the Jump: Digital Publishing and Collaboration.”  EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 34.2 (Sept. 2011). http://www.educause.edu/eq. [Multimedia Webtext]

* “The Importance of Undergraduate Multimedia: An Argument in Seven Acts.”  Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 16.1 (Fall 2011). http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/. Collaboratively authored with Scott Nelson, Andrew Rechnitz, and Cleve Weiss. [Interactive Media]

“The ‘Becoming-Contested’ Spaces of Publication.”  The Scholar Electric.  (Mar. 14, 2011). http://www.scholarelectric.org/. [Web]

* “Reculturalizations: ‘Small Screen’ Culture, Pedagogy, & YouTube.”  Enculturation8 (September 2010). http://enculturation.gmu.edu/. [Web]

* “Digital Spectacle and the Production of the Cultureal.”  PRE/TEXT: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory19.1-4, (Spring-Winter 1998; in print 2009): 167-84. [Print]

* “Professional Rhetorics Course Design.”  Composition Studies37.1 (2009): 101-25. [Online & Print]

* “New Media Scholars, Old Media Students: A Complicating of the Guard.”  Rocky Mountain Communication Review6.1 (August 2009): 66-70. [Print]

* Denotes Peer Reviewed Publications

DESIGNS
The Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Projects (TheJUMP/TheJUMP+)
– TheJUMP+ Logo (print & digital), 2017
– TheJUMP+ Website Design (and architecture), 2017
– TheJUMP/DWRL Pint Glass Etching, 2013
Computers & Writing Conference, Sponsorship
– TheJUMP/DWRL Print Advertisement, Half-Page Design, 2012
Computers & Writing Conference Program
– TheJUMP Website Redesign, Drupal 6 Platform, 2012, Co-Designer, Michael Widner
– TheJUMP Print Advertisement, Full-Page Design, 2011
Computers & Writing Conference Program
– TheJUMP Print Advertisement, Full-Page Design, 2010
Computers & Writing Conference Program
– TheJUMP Table-throw & Promotional Materials, 2009
– TheJUMP Website Design (and architecture), Drupal 5 Platform, 2009
– TheJUMP Logo (print & digital), 2009

Indiana Digital Rhetoric Symposium (IDRS), 2015
– IDRS Web Banner (http://idrs.indiana.edu)
– IDRS Candy Tin, Phone Mount, & T-Shirt Promotional Items
– IDRS Event Poster & Digital Media Promotions

Department of Rhetoric & Writing, University of Texas at Austin
– Graduate Program Print Advertisement, Full-Page Design, 2010
Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Program Guide
– Graduate Program Print Advertisement, Half-Page Design, 2010
Computers and Writing, Conference Guide

Book/Journal Cover Design
– PRE/TEXT: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory19.1-4, 2009

PUBLISHED INTERVIEWS
“Digital Scholarship, Digital Pedagogy: An Interview with Justin Hodgson.” Rhetoricity.Podcast by Eric Detweiler, September 21, 2015.  http://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/2015/09

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
“Cultivation of Next-Generation Teachers and Learners in Writing and Composition Studies.”Computers and Writing, 2017. [Video]

“The New Aesthetic: Mapping its Contours and Implications for Digital Rhetoric.”Rhetoric Society of America, 17thBiennial Conference 2016

“Exploring the New Aesthetic: Hyperrhetoricity, New Media, and Mediated Expectations.”CCCC, 2016

“Mapping the Contours of the New Aesthetic.” Digital Humanities Conference (Sydney, Australia), 2015

“Building Better Courses: Inventing and Implementing Gaming Pedagogy.”HASTAC Conference 2015

“Scale, Filters, and the Boundary Conditions of Data Returns.”HASTAC Conference, 2015

^ “Architecture and Aesthetics in #remixthediss.” HASTAC Conference, 2015

“Building a Gaming Pedagogy 2.0.” Computers Connection Sub Session,CCCC 2015

“Gaming Composition Pedagogy” Digital Pedagogy Sub Session (Digital Poster Delivery),CCCC 2015

“Gaming Pedagogy and Writing Studies.” International Writing Studies Conference (Malmö, Sweden), 2014

“A Post-Production Turn: New Media, New Practice, New Ontology.”Computers and Writing, 2014. [Video]

“Architectonic Shifts: E-Shifts and Emerging Making Practices.” ATTW, 2014

“Opening Access, Opening Futures: Creative Inquiry, Collaborative Inspiration, and Cultivated Identities.” CCCC, 2014

“Building a Gaming Pedagogy.”  Computers and Writing, 2013

“The Rhetoric of Re/mediation.”  Rhetoric Society of America, 15thBiennial Conference 2012

“Chora/gated: Sifting Sorting Folding Fragmenting.”  CCCC, 2012

“Walking in the (Electra)City: A Fevered and Frivolous Spectacle.”  MLA, 2012. [Video]

“Remix (as) Scholarship: An Exploration.”  Computers and Writing, 2011

“Where Print and Digital Scholarship Collide/Collude: Changing Scholarly Play/grounds.”  CCCC, 2011

“Digital Rhetoric(s): Sparking Concord/Controversy for ‘Digital Literacies.'”  Rhetoric Society of America 14th Biennial Conference. 2010

“Building ‘Virtual’ Bridges Between Traditional Scholarship and Digital/Multimedia Scholarship.”  Computers and Writing, 2010

“Making TheJUMP: Beginnings of a New Journal.”  Computers and Writing,2010

“Building ‘Virtual’ Bridges: Changing the Landscape of (Multimedia) Scholarship.”  Computers and Writing Online, 2010

“Classroom 2.0: Teaching, Learning, Theorizing Adobe Breeze.” Computers and Writing, 2009

“Writing with Light: Surfing the Electronic/Digital Wave (or Particle) to Scholarship.” CCCC, 2009

“Professional Rhetorics: Rethinking Communication and Composition.” CCCC, 2008

“Blurring the Boundaries of Writing and Speaking: A Pilot Project.” Carolina Rhetoric Conference, 2008

“Perspectives on Information Design: Expanding the User Experience Design.” Co-presenter with Amanda Booher, Jason Helms, Mac MacArthur, & Xiaoli Li.  PCA/ACA Conference, 2007

“Unfoundings: Going Back to Move Forward.”  Research Network Forum, CCCC, 2007

“Transdisciplinary Power of Multimedia Composition: Engaging Students Beyond Text.”  Association for Integrative Studies Conference, 2006

“Goals, Goals, & More Goals: Consensus and Consternation in Assessing Writing Goals.”  Co-presenter with Emily Welch & Cynthia Cochran.  NCTE, 2004

^ Denotes Featured Panel

Invited External Talks, PANELS, WORKSHOPs, Etc.

TALKS
“Making/Thinking with New Aestheticism.” RCID Program, Clemson University, October 13, 2016

“Contours & Implications of the New Aesthetic.” Department of English, University of Tennessee Knoxville, October 12, 2016

PANELS
“Scholars and #DigitalPresence.” CCCC Graduate Student Interest Group.
Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2015

“Navigating the Job Market.” CCCC Graduate Student Interest Group.
Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2014

“Digital Rhetorics.” Midwestern Winter Workshop, Rhetoric Society of America, 2018

WORKSHOPS
“Digital Creativity and the Future of Composition.” Co-leaders Jan Holmevik, Sid Dobrin, Todd Taylor, and Susan Miller-Cochran. Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2018

“Multimedia Writing: Pedagogy, Production, and Practice.”Sponsored by the Strengthening Student Writing @TSU initiative, Department of Literature, Languages, and Philosophy, Tennessee State University, August 2012

RESPONDENT
Session Respondent. “Beyond ‘Best Practices’ in OWI: Proposing Processes for Online FYC.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2017

Art Exhibit Respondent. “Robot Pedagogue.”  In WorkSpace: Anna Craycroft (art exhibit).  Blanton Museum of Art, April 2010

Institutional Talks, PANELS, WORKSHOPs, Etc.

TALKS
Indiana University
“Online ENG-W131: Crafting Learning Experiences.” 2016 IU Online Conference. Indianapolis, IN, November 11, 2016

“New Media, New Aesthetic, and Post-Digital Humanism: Tracking a Change in Medial Expectations.”Institute for Digital Arts and Humanitiesand HASTAC Scholars, Mar. 22, 2016

“On Digital Rhetoric.” Communication and Culture Lecture and Colloquium Series, March 6, 2015

“Digital Publishing and Multimedia Scholarship.”Institute for Digital Arts and Humanitiesand HASTAC Scholars, Dec. 3, 2014

University of Texas at Austin
“Rhetorical Possibilities: Invention in the Multimedia Age.”  Rhetoric Seminar Series (1st Speaker in Series), Apr. 9, 2010

Illinois College
“Writing Across the Curriculum: An Exploratory Study of Course Syllabi at a Liberal Arts College.” Illinois College Faculty Symposium, 2003

“Faculty Attitudes Toward Writing.” Illinois College Faculty Symposium, 2003.
Co-presented with Emily Welch, Patty Sullivan, & Cynthia Cochran

PANELS
Indiana University
Digital Pedagogy Roundtable. Digital Pedagogy Group, October 2014

University of Texas at Austin
Academics in Action: A Process-Oriented Symposium. The American Literatures Group, October 2010

Defining Rhetoric and its Relation with Composition and Pedagogy. Rhetoric Society of America, University of Texas at Austin Chapter, October 2010.

Parenting and Partner Benefits in Grad School and Beyond. The Feminist Solidarity Group, Nov. 2009

WORKSHOPS
Indiana University
“Approaching Accessibility in the Classroom.” Sponsored by the Culbertson Endowment. Dec. 2013. (Co-leader Jessica Waggoner)

Clemson University
“Exploring Group Dynamics: Participating in, Conducting, and Benefiting from Groups.” Sponsored by Cooper Library & Training, April 2008

“Building Video Essays: Multimodaling with Windows Movie Maker.” Sponsored by Multimedia Users Group & MATRF, October 2008

RESPONDENT
University of Texas at Austin
“A Response to ‘New Subjects: Games, Code, and Student Subjectivities'” Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies, Second Symposium, 2010-2011

GUEST LECTURES
“Archiving Digital Projects and the Building of TheJUMP+.” In Julie Newmark’s Documentation & Design course. University of New Mexico. Sept. 2017

“Digital Publishing & TheJUMP.” In Julie Newmark’s Documentation & Design course. University of New Mexico. Feb 2016

“Digital Rhetoric Criticism.” In Dr. Robert Terrill’s C505: Productive Criticism of Political Rhetoric. Indiana University, 2014

“Sophie: Interactive Multimedia Authoring.” In Dr. Peg Syverson’s English 388M:Knowledge Ecologies. University of Texas at Austin. 2010

“Breeze Meeting.” In Dr. Tharon Howard’s English 851: Professional Writing, Clemson University. 2006

“Challenges in Personal Relationships.” In Dr. Andy Billings’ COMM 150: Introduction to Human Communication, Clemson University. 2005

AWARDS & HONORS
Indiana University
Trustees Teaching Award, Department of English. 2014-2015.

University of Texas at Austin
Nominee, Society for Teaching Excellence. Office of Undergraduate Studies, University Honors Center, 2011.

GRANTS
New Currents/New Frontiers Grant ($20,000) for Indiana Digital Rhetoric Symposium. Indiana University (Awarded Fall 2014). Co-applicant: Scot Barnett.

CAHI Workshop/Symposium Grant ($8,800) for Indiana Digital Rhetoric Symposium. College Arts & Humanities Institute, Indiana University (Awarded Fall 2014). Co-applicant: Scot Barnett.

OSTROM Grant ($7,000) for Indiana Digital Rhetoric Symposium. College of Arts & Sciences, Indiana University (Awarded Spring 2015).  Co-applicant: Scot Barnett.

Overseas Conference Grant ($1,500), IU Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, 2015.

Graduate Editorial Assistant Grant ($8,000). Graduate School, The University of Texas at Austin (Awarded 2011-2012).

Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program ($2,000). College of Liberal Arts, The University of Texas at Austin (Awarded May 2010).

IML 4-Day Residency Grant and Honorarium ($1,000). University of Southern California. Co-sponsored by USC’s Institute for Multimedia Literacy and the Institute for the Future of the Book. (Awarded May 2008).

Student Committees

DISSERTATION CO-CHAIR

University of Texas at Austin
Megan Gianfagna, The Rhetorical Making of Space, Place, and Community. Ph.D. in English: Digital Literacies and Literature, Successful Defense Nov. 2016. Co-Chair with Clay Spinuzzi

Tekla Hawkins, Fanfiction as Playable Media, Ph.D. in English: Digital Literacies and Literature, Successful Defense July 2015.
Co-Chair with Trish Roberts-Miller

DISSERTATION COMMITTEE MEMBER
Indiana University
Michael Lutz, The Promised End: Early Modern Media and the Posthuman Future. Ph.D. in English, Successful Defense Nov. 2017.
Dissertation Chair: Linda Charnes

Omar, Sosa Tzec, Delightful Interactive Systems: A Rhetorical Examination. Ph.D. in Informatics, Successful Defense August 2017.
Dissertation Chair: Erik Stolterman

University of Texas at Austin
Scott Nelson, Begging for Money: Technology Commercialization and the Genre of the Business Pitch. Ph.D in English: Digital Literacies and Literature, Successful Defense December 2016. Dissertation Chair: Clay Spinuzzi

Audra Roach, Learning to Write in Public(s): A Study of Children’s Digital Delivery in Networked Publics. Ph.D in Education: Early Childhood, Successful Defense October 2015. Dissertation Chair: Randy Bomer

Catherine Blouke, Laughter and Consequence: Rhetoric and the Trouble with Intention in Humor and Identity Politics. Ph.D. in English: Rhetoric, Successful Defense June 2015. Dissertation Chair: Diane Davis

Andrew Rechnitz, Unsettling Rhetorical Patterns and the Fate of Democracy. Ph.D. in English: Rhetoric, Successful Defense June 2014.
Dissertation Chair: Jeffrey Walker

Sean McCarthy, Relational Reinvention: Writing, Engagement, and Mapping as Wicked Response.Ph.D. in English: Digital Literacies and Literature, Successful Defense August 2012. Dissertation Chair: Peg Syverson

Lauren Mitchell Nahas, The Student’s Experience of Multimodal Assignments: Play, Learning, and Visual Thinking. Ph.D. in English: Rhetoric, Successful Defense April 2012. Dissertation Chair: Lester Faigley

Jasmine Mulliken, From “Disentangling the Subtle Soul” to “Ineluctable Modality”: James Joyce’s Transmodal Techniques. Ph.D. in English: Literature, Successful Defense May 2011. Dissertation Chair: Alan Friedman

PROSPECTUS EXAM CHAIR/CO-CHAIR
University of Texas at Austin
(Chair) Megan Gianfagna, Successful Defense May 2013

(Chair) Scott Nelson, Successful Defense May 2013

(Co-Chair) Amanda Wall, Successful Defense March 2013
Co-Chair: Clay Spinuzzi

(Co-Chair) Tekla Hawkins, Successful Defense January 2013
Co-Chair: Trish Roberts-Miller

PROSPECTUS EXAM COMMITTEE MEMBER
Indiana University
Collin Bjork, Successful Defense November 2017

McCabe, Rachel, Successful Defense April 2017

Omar, Sosa Tzec, Successful Defense December 2016

Michael Lutz, Successful Defense (with Distinction) April 2015

University of Texas at Austin
Catherine Blouke, Successful Defense Nov. 2012

Andrew Rechnitz, Successful Defense Apr. 2012

Margaret Foley, Successful Defense Mar. 2012

Audra Roach, Successful Defense Nov. 2011

Will Burdette, Successful Defense Mar. 2011

Sean McCarthy, Successful Defense May 2010

READING EXAMS COMMITTEE MEMBER
Indiana University
Collin Bjork, Successful Defense November 2016

HONORS THESIS COMMITTEE MEMBER
University of Texas at Austin
Molly Wahlberg, Bad Tolkien: The Archival Function of Appropriation in Lord of the Rings Fandom.Successful Defense May 2011. Director: Daniel Birkholz

Teaching

COURSES
Indiana University
English W350: Advanced Expository Writing
Topic: Grounding Artifacts
Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Summer 2018

English W350: Advanced Expository Writing
Topic: Rhetoric, Play, and Games
Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Summer 2016, Spring 2017

English W231: Professional Writing
Fall 2013, Spring 2014 (2),

English W131: Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I
Spring 2015

English R211: Rhetoric and Sports
Spring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018

English R210: Introduction to Digital Rhetoric
Fall 2017

English R209: Topics in Rhetoric and Public Culture
Topic: Digital Memorials, Monuments, & Memory
Spring 2018

° English L646: Readings in Media, Literature, and Culture
Topic: Post-Digital Aesthetics
Fall 2016

° English L504: Practicum on Research Techniques
Topic: Cultural Research Methods & the Digital Turn
Fall 2013

English L208: Topics in English and American Literature and Culture
Topic: Rhetoric, Sports, Culture
Fall 2014

University of Texas at Austin
° English 388M: Studies in English and Computers
Topic: Rhetorical Invention in the Age of Multimedia
Spring 2012

° English 388M: Studies in English and Computers
Topic: Digital Rhetoric and Multimedia Scholarship
Spring 2011

Rhetoric 379C: Advanced Studies in Rhetoric and Writing
Topic: Electracy
Spring 2013

Rhetoric 379C: Advanced Studies in Rhetoric and Writing
Topic: Multimedia Scholarship
Fall 2010, Fall 2012

Rhetoric 330C: Advanced Studies in Digital Rhetoric
Topic: Multimedia: Remaking Invention
Spring 2010, Fall 2010

Rhetoric 330C: Advanced Studies in Digital Rhetoric
Topic: Rhetoric and Serious Games
Summer 2010, Summer 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013

Rhetoric 330C: Advanced Studies in Digital Rhetoric
Topic: Digital Monumentality
Spring 2011

Rhetoric 312: Writing in Digital Environments
Fall 2009

Clemson University
Professional Rhetorics (experimental 6 credit hybrid: ENG 304 & COMM 250)
Spring 2008

English 304: Business Writing
Fall 2003 (2), Spring 2004 (2), Summer 2005, Summer 2006, Fall 2006 (2),
Spring 2006 (2), Fall 2007

English 304: Business Writing (online course)
Summer 2007, Summer 2008

Communications 250: Public Speaking
Fall 2004 (2), Spring 2005 (2), Fall 2007

Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
Composition 101: Introductory Writing
Spring 2004, Fall 2004 (2)

Composition 102: Research Writing
Spring 2004, Spring 2005 (2)

Southwestern Illinois College
Composition 101: Introductory Writing,
Fall 2004, Spring 2005

Composition 005: Developmental Writing
Spring 2004, Fall 2004, Spring 2005

INDEPENDENT STUDIES
Indiana University
° Laura Rosche, Spring 2017 – New Media, Composition, and Digital Rhetoric

° Rachel McCabe, Spring 2016 – Filmic Rhetorics

University of Texas at Austin
Joseph Harding, Spring 2011 – Rhetoric, Theory, and Games

Joseph Harding, Fall 2010 – Making Serious Games

° Scott Nelson, Fall 2010 – Play, New Media, and Rhetoric

° Amanda Wall, Fall 2010 – Rhetoric and New Media Studies

° Tekla Hawkins, Spring 2010 – Playable Media

° Jasmine Mulliken, Spring 2010 – Rhetoric and New Media Studies

° Denotes Graduate Level Courses/Independent Studies

Service

DEPARTMENT
Indiana University, English Department
– Training and Oversight, Online W131, 2015-present
– Project Lead, Online W131 Course Design, Build, and Pilot, 2014-2016
– Rhetoric Committee, 2016-present
– Project Lead, Multimedia Authoring, Research, Teaching, and Learning Facility, 2015-present
– Publicity/Website Committee, 2016
– Reviewer, ENG-W170 Proposals, Spring 2014, Spring 2016
– Ad Hoc Committee on ENG/CMCL Merger, 2013-2014
– Undergraduate Studies Committee, 2013-2014
– Composition Committee, 2013-2016
– Teaching Committee, 2013-2014
– Digital Pedagogy Reading Group, 2013-2015
– English Technology Lab (Updating/Redesigning/Equipping), 2013-2016

University of Texas at Austin, Department of Rhetoric & Writing
– Reviewer, Digital Literacies and Literatures Graduate Student Applications, 2010-2013
– Committee on the Major (Secretary), 2009-2011; 2012
– Slatin MEME Prize Committee, 2009-2013
– Extended Budget Council, 2009-2010
– Serious Games Reading Group (Founder; Faculty Leader), 2009-2012
– Clemson University, English & Communication Studies Departments
– Freshman Summer Reading Discussion Leader, English, August 2008
– COMM 250 Curricula Development Committee, Communication Studies, 2006-2008
– COMM 250 Final Exam Committee, Communication Studies, 2006-2008

UNIVERSITY
Indiana University
– Collaborative Showcase for eLearning, IU/IUPUI/IUPUC, 2016
– Unizen Snapshot Focus Group, CITL, Nov. 2016
– Wearable Technologies Pilot Project, UITS, Learning Spaces, Spring 2015

University of Texas at Austin
– Faculty Advisory Board, Bridging Disciplines Program, Digital Arts and Media Division, 2012-2013
– Reviewer, Bridging Disciplines Program, Digital Arts and Media Division, 2011-2013

Clemson University
– Graduate Student Senator, RCID Program Representative, 2006-2007
– Graduate Student Government, Constitution Committee, 2006-2007

PROFESSION
Reviewer, College Composition and Communication. Fall 2014

Reviewer, Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture, Fall 2012-2014

Reviewer, Texas Studies in Literature and Language. 2010-2011

Reviewer, PRE/TEXT(Special Issue on Games). Fall 2010

Submission Reviewer, Rhetoric Society of America Conference, 2015-present

Submission Reviewer, Computers and WritingConference, 2011

Submission Reviewer, Digital Pedagogy Poster Session, CCCC, 2015-present

Works-in-Progress Respondent, Research Network Forum, CCCC, 2009-present

Works-in-Progress Respondent, Midwestern Winter Workshop, IU 2018

CCCC, Berlin Dissertation Award Committee, 2015-2016

CCCC, Resolutions Committee Member, 2015-2016

CCCC, Newcomer’s Welcome Booth Staff, 2014-present

CCCC, Session Chair, 2007, 2010-2011, 2017

Consultant, Online Instructional Design. IUPUC, February 2016

RSA Founding Chapter Advisor, University of Texas at Austin, 2010-2013

Advisory Board, Blogging Pedagogy. 2009-2014

Professional Organizations

National Council of Teachers of English, 2004-present

Rhetoric Society of America, 2009-present

Computers & Writing, 2009-present

Modern Language Association, 2008-2009, 2010-2012, 2013-present

National Communications Association, 2006-2007

American Culture Association, 2006-2007

Association for Integrative Studies, 2005-2006