Full CV

(Click here to download a copy, updated 2021)


Ph.D., Rhetoric and Composition, University of Louisville                                             2015

Dissertation: “A Polished, Practical, or Profound Education: The Negotiation of (Gendered) Literacies and Higher Learning in Louisville’s First Free Public High Schools, 1856-1896”

Committee: Karen Kopelson and Susan Ryan (co-directors); Bruce Horner; Mary P. Sheridan; and Jessica Enoch

M.A., Literature, University of Pittsburgh                                                                        2010

Certificate: Composition, Rhetoric, Literacy and Pedagogy

Advisor: Jean Ferguson Carr



A Shared History: Writing in the High School, College, and University, 1856-1886. Southern Illinois University Press, January 2020. 274 pages.

Refereed Journal Articles

“Access, Participation, and the Academic Conference in Rhetoric and Composition.” With Megan J. Bardolph. Revise and Resubmit for Present Tense, August 2019. 10 ms pages.

“Undergraduate Research in English: Lessons from Writing Program Administration.” With Leah Senatro (former undergraduate student). Under review. Submitted to College English Fall 2020.

“Composing (with/in) XR: How Students Name their Experiences with Immersive Technologies.” With Christine Bachen. Computers and Composition, 62, December 2021.

“Haunting Women’s Public Memory: Ethos, Space, and Gender in the Winchester Mystery House.” Rhetoric Review, Spring 2021.

“Public Memory as Community-Engaged Writing: Composing Difficult Histories on Campus.” With Matt Kroot and Lee Panich. Community Literacy Journal, Spring 2021. 29 ms pages.

“Educational Progress-Time and the Proliferation of Dual Enrollment.” With Brice Nordquist. Invited Commentary. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 64.3 (Winter 2020): pp. 251-257.

“Representing Indigenous Histories Using XR Technologies in the Classroom.” With Lee Panich. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy January 2020. 30 ms pages.

“‘She Is Not Thoroughly Practical’: High School Alumnae Shaping Domestic Science in the Progressive Era.” Peitho, 22.2 (Winter 2020). 31 ms pages.

“Beginning at the End:  Reforming Doctoral Education by Imagining a Different Dissertation Committee.” With Beth Boehm. Composition Studies 47.1 (Spring 2019): pp. 135-153.

“Frameworks for Collaboration: Articulating Information Literacy and Writing/Rhetoric Goals in the Archives.” With Nadia Nasr. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Language, Literature, Composition, and Culture 19.1 (2019): pp. 176-184.

“‘Higher School’: Challenging the Secondary-College Divide.” Composition Studies 46.2 (2019): pp. 35-51.

“‘High School Girls’: Women’s Higher Learning at the High School.” Ohio Valley History Vol. 17, No. 3 (Fall 2017): pp. 44-62.

“‘Classbook Sense’: Genre and Girls’ School Yearbooks in the Early Twentieth-Century American High School.” College English Vol. 79, No. 4 (March 2017): pp. 381-406.

“‘A Maturity of Thought Very Rare in Young Girls’: Women’s Public Engagement in Nineteenth-Century High School Commencement Essays.” Rhetoric Review Vol. 34, No. 2 (2015): pp. 129-146.

“The Historical In/As Responsive” (Response). JAC Vol. 34, No. 1-2 (2014): pp. 191-198.

“Writing a Translingual Script: Closed Captions in the English Multilingual Hearing Classroom.” Kairos Vol. 17, No. 3 (2013). Web design by Shyam Sharma. Web.

“Available Technologies for Changing Student Needs: Using Technology to Reach Graduate Students on our Campuses.” Technology in Student Affairs (Summer 2013). Web.

“Disciplinary Resistance: Promoting Possibility for the Writing Program” (Response). JAC Vol. 32, No. 3-4 (2012): pp. 751-58.

“Writing without Sound: Language Politics in Closed Captioning.” Currents in Electronic Literacy (Spring 2011). Web.

Book Chapters

“Unsettling Archives in the Classroom.” With Nadia Nasr. Unsettling the Archives. Eds. Gesa Kirsch, Romeo Garcia, Caitlin Burns, and Dakoda Smith. Forthcoming. 25 mss pages.

“Dueling Enrollments: Historicizing the High School/College Divide.” With Brice Nordquist. The Dual Enrollment Kaleidoscope: Reconfiguring Perceptions of First-Year Writing and Composition Studies. Eds. Casey Moreland and Christine Denecker. Accepted; final revision submitted January 31, 2020. 21 mss pages.

“Methodological Haunting: The Ephemeral Evidence of the House Tour.” Widening the View. Eds. Gavin Johnson and Jennifer Burgess. Accepted; full manuscript submitted March 1, 2019. 16 mss pages.

“No Longer Here: Remembering Japanese American Internment Through School Yearbooks.” Contested Commemoration in U.S. History: Diverging Public Interpretations. Eds. Klara Bender and Melissa Szlezák. Routledge, Fall 2019.

“Inclusivity in the Archives: Expanding Undergraduate Pedagogies for Diversity and Inclusion.” With Beverlyn Law and Isabella Zhang (students). Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity in Contemporary Higher Education. Ed. Rhonda Jeffries. IGI-Global Publishers, 2018: pp. 1-12.

“‘Several Sigourneys’: Circulation, Reprint Culture, and Lydia Sigourney’s Prose.” Lydia Sigourney: Critical Essays and Cultural Views. Eds. Elizabeth Petrino and Mary Lou Kete. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2018: pp. 179-194. ISBN: 978-1-62534-344-4.

“Graduate Student Peer Mentoring Programs: Benefitting Students, Faculty and Academic Programs.” With Beth Boehm. The Mentoring Continuum: From Graduate School Through Tenure. Ed. Glenn Wright. Syracuse: Graduate School Press [Syracuse University Press], 2016: pp. 187-202. ISBN: 978-0977784769.

Writing and Digital Projects for the Public

Ohlone Heritage Website. Published to Community Heritage Lab website, Winter 2022.

“English Professors Study More Than Books.” Academic Minute, Sept. 27, 2021.

“SCU Native History Walking Tour.” Google Tour Builder and StoryMapJS. Published to Community Heritage Lab website, Fall 2021.

“Colonial Pandemics: Misremembering Disease at Mission Santa Clara.” Digital poster project. Twin Pandemics Forum. SCU, Fall 2020.

“Consignment.” With David Keaton. Belt Publishing’s Louisville Anthology, 2020.

“The (Im)Personal Archive of the High School Yearbook.” Avidly. LA Review of Books. 18 June 2019.

“American High School, American City.” Metropolis Now. The Atlantic Monthly. 23 Oct. 2018.

“Something Seems Terribly Wrong with my 20s” in “Classroom Confidential.” Ed. John Branston. Memphis Flyer 14 Dec 2006: A1. (Creative nonfiction teaching narrative for cover feature)

Invited Presentations

“Amy Lueck about the History of High Schools.” Conversations About Writing (web series). University of Louisville. October 2021.

“Educational Access and Equity: The History of Women’s Higher Learning.” UHP Conversations. SCU University Honors Program, January 20, 2021.

“Book Talk: A Shared History.” SCU University Library Archives and Special Collections. November 9, 2020.

Conference Presentations

“Articulating Boundaries: Contesting the Commonplace Divisions between High Schools and colleges. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Spokane, Washington. April 7-10, 2021. Virtual.

“Opening the Canon: Anthologizing Women’s Writing Online.” With Catherine Cunha (’23), Mac Mann-Wood (’21), and Jessica Joudy (’21). Open Access Week. Santa Clara University. Santa Clara, CA. October 19-22, 2020. Virtual.

“Teaching Black Modernism’s Expanding Anti-Racist Archive.” Modernist Studies Association. Brooklyn, New York. October 22-26, 2020. CANCELLED for COVID-19.

“Creative Collaboration in the Archives: Case Studies in Archivist/faculty Co-instruction.” Archives*Records 2020: Joint Meeting of CoSA and SAA. Chicago, Illinois. August 3-8, 2020. CANCELLED for COVID-19.

“Indigenous Collaborations on Digital Public Memory Work in the Classroom.” DH2020 July 22-24, 2020. CANCELLED for COVID-19.

“Woman’s Genre, Woman’s Archive.” Critical Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference. Santa Clara University. March 18, 2020. CANCELLED for COVID-19.

“Articulating Boundaries: Tracing the Rhetorical and Pedagogical Divisions Between High Schools and Colleges.” Rhetoric Society of America. Portland, Oregon. May 21-25, 2020. CANCELLED for COVID-19.

“A Common Place in the Archives.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. March 18-21, 2020. CANCELLED for COVID-19.

“A Feminist Ethics for Indigenous Historiography.” Feminisms and Rhetorics. Harrisonburg, Virginia. November 13-16, 2019.

“Openness and Uncertainty in Digital Public Memory Work.” Young Rhetoricians’ Conference. Monterey, California. June 20-22, 2019.

“Historicizing Concurrent Enrollment in a Segregated City.” With Brice Nordquist. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. March 13-16, 2019.

“Counting Women’s Memory: Digital Humanities and the Role of Numbers in the Work of Remembering Sarah Winchester and Her House.” Young Rhetoricians’ Conference. Monterey, California. June 21-23, 2018.

“Student Not Pictured: Yearbooks in WWII-era California.” Rhetoric Society of America. Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 31-June 3, 2018.

“Remediating Stories: Composing and Transforming Archival Exhibits Across Media.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Kansas City, Missouri. March 14-17, 2018.

“Composing Our Own Archives.” National Council of Teachers of English. St. Louis, Missouri. November 17-20, 2017.

Roundtable: “Affordances and Challenges of Digital Mapping in Archival Research.” Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference. Salt Lake City, Utah. October 27-28, 2017.

“The Winchester Mystery House: Feminist Space, Labor, and Memory.” Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference. Dayton, Ohio. October 4-7, 2017.

“Composition and Dual-Credit Programs: Negotiating Boundaries between High School and College-Level Writing.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, Oregon. March 15-18, 2017.

“What is ‘College-Level Writing’: A Historical Perspective.” Writing Research Across Borders III. Bogota, Colombia. February 15-18, 2017.

“Teaching, Learning, and Experiencing Language Ideologies as a Social Justice Issue.” Thomas R. Watson Conference. Louisville, Kentucky. October 20-22, 2016.

“‘She is not thoroughly practical’: Alumnae Women and the Transformation of the High School Curricula in the Progressive Era.” Rhetoric Society of America. Atlanta, Georgia. May 26-29, 2016.

“Histories on the Move: Activating Institutional Histories in Writing Centers, Writing Programs and Beyond.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Houston, Texas. April 5-9, 2016.

“Making Memories: Genre and Identity Construction in Early Twentieth-Century Yearbooks.” Feminisms and Rhetorics. Tempe, Arizona. October 28-31, 2015.

“‘A Prominent Factor in the Life of the Community’: The Public Work of High Schools in the Nineteenth Century.” Thomas R. Watson Conference. Louisville, Kentucky. October 16-18, 2014.

“‘The Difference’ in Graduate Mentorship: Groups, Diversity and Interdisciplinarity.” UNM Mentoring Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico. October 21-24, 2014.

“A Master’s Degree from High School?: Revisiting the Institutional Identities of High Schools, Colleges, and Universities in the Nineteenth Century.” Rhetoric Society of America. San Antonio, Texas. May 22-26, 2014.

“The Mind and Body of Higher Learning: Tracing the Institutional Location of (Gendered) Manual Training in Nineteenth-Century High Schools.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, Indiana. March 19-22, 2014.

“Participatory Engagement and the Production of Knowledge at Academic Conferences.” Writing Research Across Borders II. Paris, France. February 18-22, 2014.

“Faculty of the Future: Voices from the Next Generation.” American Association of Colleges and Universities. Washington, D.C. January 22-25, 2014.

“Increasing Disciplinary Connections, Decreasing Time to Degree: A Consideration of Time to Degree in Relation to Interdisciplinary Research.” Modern Language Association. Chicago, Illinois. January 9-12, 2014.

“Writing a Translingual Script: Closed Captions in the English Monolingual Hearing Classroom.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, Nevada. March 14-16, 2013.

“The Rhetorical Function (and Limitations) of Efficiency in Our Disciplinary Discourse and Practice.” Thomas R. Watson Conference. Louisville, Kentucky. October 18-20, 2012.

“Re/framing Gender through American School Books.” Rhetoric Society of America. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 26-28, 2012.

“Technology FOR Effective Teaching: Application of the TPACK Model in the Composition Classroom.” Digital Pedagogy Poster presentation with Shyam Sharma. Conference on College Composition and Communication. St. Louis, Missouri. March 22-24, 2012.

“Graduate Student Mentoring: Practices and Possibilities.” American College Personnel Association. Louisville, Kentucky. March 25-27, 2012.

“Rethinking Expediency in FYC: Using Closed Captioning to Interrogate Language Politics.” Penn State Rhetoric Conference. University Park, Pennsylvania. July 9-11, 2011.

“Closed Captioning as Translation: Beyond English Only.” Indiana University Graduate Conference. Bloomington, Indiana. March 22-24, 2011.

Teaching Experience

Santa Clara University                                                                                             2015-Present

ENGL190: Space and Place: The Winchester Mystery House (Senior Seminar)

ENGL168PW/WGST167: Women Writers and Literature

ENGL105: Literacy and Social Justice

ENGL103: Special Topics: Researching and Composing the Archives of SCU

ENGL100/ANTH149: Virtual Santa Clara  (team-taught with Lee Panich, Anthro)

ENGL100H/ANTH149: Virtual Santa Clara (team-taught with Lee Panich, Anthro)

ENGL100: Writing in the Public Interest: Archives, Museums, and Memorials

ENGL16: Introduction to Writing Studies

ENGL15: Introduction to Cultural Studies and Literary Theory

ENGL1A: Critical Thinking and Writing I

ENGL1A: Critical Thinking and Writing I: LEAD scholars program (First-gen)

ENGL1H: Critical Thinking and Writing I: Honors program

ENGL2A: Critical Thinking and Writing II

ENGL2A: Critical Thinking and Writing II: LEAD scholars program (First-gen)

ENGL2H: Critical Thinking and Writing II: Honors program

University of Louisville                                                                                            2011-2014

ENG101: Introduction to College Writing

ENG102: Intermediate College Writing

ENG105: Advanced College Writing for Freshmen

ENG306: Business Writing (Honors)

ENG311: American Literature I: Beginnings to 1865

Other Teaching/Tutoring Experience

Summer Writing Professor                                                                                         2018-2019

Collaborative for Innovation in the Visual Arts program

  • Teaching a five-week college-preparatory writing program for high school students from two local underserved schools

Writing Center Tutor                                                                                                  2008- 2010

Student Athlete Advising and Academic Services

University of Pittsburgh

Writing Teacher                                                                                                          2009

Young Writers’ Institute

University of Pittsburgh                 

Fourth Grade Teacher                                                                                                 2006-2008

Teach For America*Memphis

Peabody Elementary School

Memphis, TN

English Language Tutor for Adult Learners                                                              2004-2006

Loyola Community Literacy Center

Loyola University Chicago

Other Academic and Curricular Experience    

Faculty Co-Director of the WAVE+Imaginarium                                                     2021-2022

Santa Clara University

Advanced Writing Core Assessment                                                                          2021

Office of Assessment

Santa Clara University

Faculty Associate: Antiracist Teaching, Digital Storytelling                                    2020-2021

Faculty Development

Santa Clara University

Facilitator- COOL program for Online Learning                                                       2020

Association of College and University Educators (ACUE)

  • Facilitate faculty groups engaged with ACUE program for online teaching development.

Civic Prompts in the Major Institute                                                                          Winter 2020

American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)

  • Co-leader (with Julia Voss) of program proposal for departmental group revising English Learning Outcomes, which led to the revision of our major learning objectives

Faculty Communities of Practice: Teaching to Improve Equitable Learning            2019

Program co-leader and designer

Santa Clara University

  • Worked with a group of five faculty and staff to design and implement the curriculum for this inclusive teaching program. The pilot program included two cohorts of interdisciplinary faculty who met three times during the summer and fall of 2019.

Faculty Associate: Supporting New Faculty and Teaching with technology            2018-2019

Faculty Development

Santa Clara University

  • Researched and implemented professional development programming for faculty, focused on the role of effective teaching with technology and New Faculty Orientation

Facilitator                                                                                                                   2017-2018

Faculty Learning Community on Virtual Reality Technologies

Santa Clara University

  • Planned content, invited speakers, and coordinated resources for faculty interested in experimenting with VR/AR technologies in their classrooms or research

Research Assistant for PLAN Professional Development program                           2011-2014

Beth Boehm, Dean, School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

University of Louisville

  • Researched and implemented professional development programming for graduate students
  • Created content and design for UofL’s MentorCenter website dedicated to resources to support peer and faculty mentoring
  • Established and maintained cross-disciplinary connections with multiple university and community stakeholders

Select Grants/Fellowships

Teaching and Technology Innovation Grant  ($5000)                                              Spring 2021

“Developing an Ohlone Heritage Teaching Hub for SCU”

With Matt Kroot, Lee Panich, and CJ Gabbe

Santa Clara University

Bannan Forum Mission Integration Grants    ($5000)                                              Winter 2021

With Allia Griffin

“Engaged Learning: Cura Personalis in the Classroom” Blog and Digital Archive

Digital Projects for the Public Discovery Grant ($24,711)                                        Spring 2020

“(Re)Membering Mission History”

With Lee Panich

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Division of Public Programs

Community Collaboration Grant ($9,851)                                                                 Fall 2019

“Teaching Ohlone History, Changing Public Memory”

With Matt Kroot and Lee Panich

Community Initiated Partnership Grant

Critical Mission Studies: University of California Multicampus Research Program Initiative

“Educating for the 21st Century”                                                                                2017-2020

With Chris Bachen and Pedro Hernandez-Ramos

Oculus Education

Faculty Collaborative for Enhanced Teaching with Technology grant ($4000)        2019-2020

“Scaffolding Peer Review to Benefit Teachers and Students: Incorporating Eli Review in Core Writing Courses”

With Matt Gomes, Heather Turner, and Julia Voss

Santa Clara University

Faculty Collaborative for Enhanced Teaching with Technology grant ($6000)        2019-2020

“Community Heritage Online”

With Matt Kroot, Lee Panich, Tanya Chiykowski-Rathke, and Brian Smith

Santa Clara University

Faculty Collaborative for Enhanced Teaching with Technology grant ($9000)        2018-2019

“Virtual Santa Clara: Using Augmented Reality for Composing Public History with Undergraduates”

With Lee Panich

Santa Clara University

Faculty Summer Scholarship Stipend ($8000)                                                           Summer 2018

“Boundary Literacies: Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA) and the History of Concurrent Enrollment in Syracuse, 1865-present”

Santa Clara University

Hackworth Grant ($2000)                                                                                          Spring 2018

“The Ethics of Virtual Reality”

With Maura Tarnoff

SCU Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Faculty Collaborative for Enhanced Teaching with Technology grant ($9000)        2016-2018

“Writing the Archives: Digital Humanities Courses to Enhance Teaching and Learning”

With Michelle Burnham, Trish Serviss and Kirstyn Leuner

Santa Clara University

Penstamon 2.0: Sustainability Across the Curriculum project ($500)                       Summer 2017

Santa Clara University

University Research Grant ($4000)                                                                            Summer 2017

“An Architectural Reflection of Her Psyche”

Santa Clara University

Filson Fellowship ($500)                                                                                            Summer 2016

Filson Historical Society, Louisville, KY

Faculty Summer Scholarship Stipend ($8000)                                                           Summer 2016

Composing the American High School

Santa Clara University

University Research Grant ($3200)                                                                            Summer 2016

Composing the American High School

Santa Clara University

Award for Innovations in Graduate Education from Admissions to Completion ($2500)    2014

“Alternative Academics and Scholars in the Workplace: Preparing Graduate Students for Diverse Career Options at the University of Louisville”

With Beth Boehm

Council of Southern Graduate Schools/Educational Testing Services


Career Influencer Award                                                                                            2021

SCU Career Center- Student nomination, Nathan Barnes

Inaugural Center for Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellowship                                 2017

Santa Clara University

Guy Stevenson Award for Excellence in Graduate Studies                                       2015

School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

University of Louisville

Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award 2014

American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)


Service to the Profession

Writing Group, Accountability, and Write-on-site organizer                                    2021-2022

RSA Summer Institute group

Book review/blurb request                                                                                         Winter 2021

Tyler Branson, Policy Regimes of Writing: An Analysis of College Composition and Public Education Policy in the U.S., Southern Illinois University Press

Event planning group and roundtable leader- CCCC evening session                      2019

Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition

Editorial Board Member                                                                                             2018-Present

Democracy in Education

Manuscript Reviewer                                                                                                 2017-Present

Peitho, Present Tense, Composition Studies, Pedagogy, Democracy in Education, TopHat Publishers, Jossey-Bass


Executive Committee                                                                                                 2014-2017

Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)

Public Engagement Subcommittee                                                                             2016-2017

CCCC Executive Committee

Mission/Vision Statement Subcommittee                                                                  Spring 2017

CCCC Executive Committee

Mentoring Subcommittee                                                                                           2016-2017

CCCC Executive Committee

Mission Statement Task Force                                                                                   2016

Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition

Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice Subcommittee                                                  2015-2016

CCCC Executive Committee

Co-Founder and Member (Chair 2012-2013)                                                            2011-2015

Rhetoric Society of America (RSA) Student Chapter

University of Louisville

Assistant Director                                                                                                       2012-2013

2012 Thomas R. Watson Conference, “Economies of Writing”

University of Louisville


Service to the College/University

Racial Justice Coalition                                                                                              2020-present

Santa Clara University

Civic Engagement Core Committee                                                                           2019-present

Santa Clara University

Faculty Coordinator- Digital Humanities Working Group                                        2020-2021

Santa Clara University

Johnson Scholars- Discussion Leader                                                                        2021

Santa Clara University

Anti-racist Teaching and Research Working Group                                                  Summer 2020

Santa Clara University

Consultant- De Saisset Museum, California Stories exhibit redesign                       2019

Santa Clara University

Center for Arts and Humanities Faculty Planning Group                                          2018-present

Santa Clara University

Faculty Affiliate of the Community Heritage Lab                                                     2018-present

Santa Clara University

Organizer- Faculty Writing Groups and Summer Writing Retreats                          2016-2020

Santa Clara University

Associate Faculty Coordinator- Digital Humanities Working Group                        2019-2020

Santa Clara University

Board of Trustees retreat planning meetings                                                              2019

Santa Clara University

Vintage Santa Clara DH presenter                                                                             2019

Santa Clara University

Digital Humanities Working Group member                                                             2016-2019

Santa Clara University

Designer/Facilitator- Virtual Reality (VR) Faculty Learning Community                2017-2018

Santa Clara University

Content Developer- Digital Arts and Humanities website                                         2017-2018

Santa Clara University

New Student Academic Advising                                                                              Summer 2017

Santa Clara University

Organizer- DH workshops and lectures (guests: Steven Jones, Anne Cong-Huyen) 2016-2017

Santa Clara University

Faculty CAFÉ workshop: What I’ve Been Doing Lately In My Class and Why      Fall 2016

Santa Clara University

Panelist- New Faculty Orientation                                                                             Fall 2016

Santa Clara University

Presidential Appointment to the Commission on the Status of Women                    2012-2015

University of Louisville

Integration of Work and Family Committee                                                              2012-2015

University of Louisville

2014 Celebration of Teaching and Learning Steering Committee                             2013-2014

University of Louisville

21st Century Initiative Core Committee on Academic and Research Priorities         2012-2014

University of Louisville

Vice President                                                                                                             2012-2013

Graduate Student Council

University of Louisville

Service to the Department

FAR Annual Evaluation Committee                                                                          Fall 2021

Santa Clara University

Department review for promotion and tenure                                                            Fall 2021

Santa Clara University

Leader on Danielle’s teaching review                                                                                    Fall 2021

Santa Clara University

Antiracist Teaching Group                                                                             Spring 2020-present

Santa Clara University

Professional Writing Learning Objective Committee                                                Fall 2021-present

Santa Clara University

Committee on Evaluating Effective Teaching                                               Fall 2021-present

Santa Clara University

Core Courses in the Major working group                                                                 Spring 2020

Santa Clara University

Graduation Celebration planning group                                                                     Spring 2020

Organizer and Program Emcee

Santa Clara University

Evaluation Committee                                                                                                2016-2019

Santa Clara University

Search Committee Member, Professional Writing TT Search Committee                Fall 2017

Santa Clara University

Chair, Leivestro Award committee                                                                            2016

Santa Clara University

Member, Academic Year Adjunct Lecturer Search Committee                                2016

Santa Clara University

Treasurer                                                                                                                     2013-2014

English Graduate Organization

University of Louisville

Peer Mentoring Coordinator                                                                                       2013-2014

Founder of Mentoring Program for Master’s students

English Department

University of Louisville

Community-based and Other Service

Member, Organizer                                                                                                    2017-present

Coordinating Committee, Education Working Group, Indigenous Solidarity Subgroup

Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) @ Sacred Heart

White Privilege/Antiracism/Ohlone History workshop designer and presenter        2018-present

Invitations include: SURJ Youth Conference in Morgan Hill, AAUW, Orchard City Indivisible, Campbell Rotary Club, JustFaith

Scholarship Reviewer                                                                                                 2017

Peninsula College Fund

Volunteer History Instructor                                                                                      Summer 2013

Louisville Gentleman’s Academy for At-Risk Youth

Co-founder and Non-Fiction Editor                                                                           2010-2014

Flywheel Magazine

Founder and Sponsor Teacher                                                                                    2007-2008

Peabody Press, Student Newspaper

Peabody Elementary School

Intensive Writing Workshop Instructor for 5th Grade Students                                 2007-2008

Peabody Elementary School

Professional Development

Indigenous Rhetorics Seminar and Archival Power Workshop                                 2021

RSA Summer Institute

ACUE Institute for Teaching Excellence                                                                   2020-2021

Association of College & University Educators

Organizer- Faculty Writing Group                                                                             2015-present

Santa Clara University

Oculus Connect 6 VR/AR Developers Conference                                                   Fall 2019

San Jose, California

Indigenous Publics Working Group                                                                           Spring 2019

Rhetoric Society of America

UNR- Reno, Nevada

Creating Multimedia Content to Enhance Student Learning                                     Summer 2018

Santa Clara University

Digitizing Archives (Omeka/Neatline) Incubator                                                      Summer 2018

Santa Clara University

Oculus Connect 4 VR/AR Developers Conference                                                   Fall 2017

San Jose, California

Effective Teaching with Technology Seminar                                                           Summer 2017

Santa Clara University

Summer Institute: Place/Memory Seminar                                                                Spring 2017

Writing Rhetorical Histories Workshop

Rhetoric Society of America

Penstamon 2.0 Sustainability Workshop                                                                    Spring 2017

Santa Clara University

LEAD Instructor Workshop: Vocational Exploration and Professional Skills          Spring 2017

Santa Clara University

Have Them Build It! Create Multimedia Assignments to Enhance Student Engagement workshop          Summer 2016

SCU Academic Technology

Creating Video for Teaching workshop                                                         Summer 2016

SCU Academic Technology

Faculty Success Program Bootcamp                                                                          Spring 2016

National Center for Faculty Diversity and Development

Core Advanced Writing and Information Literacy                                                    Dec 2015

University Library Workshop

Santa Clara University

VITAL Reading Group- The Skillful Teacher and Let Your Life Speak                    2015-2016

Santa Clara University

Professional Memberships

Rhetoric Society of America

College Composition and Communication

Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition

Association of Rhetoric and Writing Studies

National Council of Teachers of English

Modern Language Association

Teaching/Research Areas

Feminist Historiography

Histories of Rhetoric and Writing Instruction

Feminist Methods and Methodology

Archival Methods and Methodology

Decolonial and Feminist Public Memory

Digital Humanities

Spatial Rhetorics

Inclusive Teaching