Seminars, Workshops & Grants

2019

  • “The Politics and Practices of Archival Research.” Research Seminar. Rhetoric Society of America, Leaders Belinda A. Stillion Southard and Ersula Ore, June 3-8, 2019, University of Maryland College Park.
  • “Writing Sensory Rhetorics.” Workshop. Rhetoric Society of America, Leader Debra Hawhee, June 2019, University of Maryland College Park.
  • “Environmental Justice.” Campus Planning Project. Rhetoric Society of America, Leader Bridie McGreavy, May 23-25, 2019, University of Nevada-Reno. [Accepted]
  • “Finding Ishi.” Gloria Lyerla Library Memorial Fund Research Travel Grant. $750. Texas Tech University Library, Lubbock, TX. Competitive Travel Grant to Conduct Archival Research at Library of Congress. Awarded March 1, 2019.
  • “Embodied Sovereignty and Shifting Sensations.” Humanities Center Alumni College Fellowship. $3,000 Grant. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Awarded February 2019.

2018

  • “Teaching Located Accountability in Technical Communication.” Lawrence Schovanec Teaching Development Scholarship Grant. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Awarded Competitive Grant for $1,500, December, 2018.
  • Institute for Inclusive Excellence. Competitively Selected Faculty Fellow for Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center Program. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. 2018-2019 Academic Year.

2015

  • “Nondiscursive Sensation and Persuasive Force.” Rhetoric and Sensation Seminar, Rhetoric Society of America, Leaders Debra Hawhee and Vanessa Beasley, June 1-7, 2015, University of Wisconsin at Madison.
  • “Nonhuman Elements Functioning as Rhetorical Agents.” New Materialist Rhetorics Workshop, Rhetoric Society of America, Leaders Byron Hawk and Thomas Rickertt, June 3, 2015, University of Wisconsin at Madison.
  • “Dissertation Completion Grant.” Awarded Competitive Illinois State University Graduate School Dissertation Grant for $2,000, January 2015.

2014

  • “NSF Science Education Resource Center: Teaching GeoEthics.” National Science Foundation, Grant-Funded Workshop, Carlton College, Chico Hot Springs, Pray, MT, June 2014.

2013

  • “Environmental Justice: Applying Rhetoric to Make Change Happen.” Awarded George and Martha Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Mini-Grant for $1500, August 2013.
  • “Mapping the Environment with Sensory Perception.” Awarded NSF Project InTeGrate Interdisciplinary Mini-Grant for $45,000, August 2013.
  • “NSF InTeGrate: Teaching Environmental Justice: Interdisciplinary Approaches.” National Science Foundation, Grant-Funded Workshop, Carlton College, Northfield, MN, April 2013.

2012

  • “Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology ~ Summer Institute 2012: Developing a Course Portfolio.” Illinois State University, Normal, IL, Summer Workshop Series for Faculty facilitated by Jonathan Thayn, Geography and Geology, June-August 2012.
  • “Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology ~ Summer Institute 2012: Teaching Strategies Workshop for Writing Assignments, Assessments, and Response Tactics.” Illinois State University, Normal, IL, Summer Workshop Series for Faculty facilitated by  Claire Lamonica, Director of CTLT, July-August 2012.
  • “Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology ~ Summer Institute 2012: Sakai Workshop Series.” Illinois State University, Normal, IL, Summer Workshop Series for Faculty, June-July 2012.

2011

  • “Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology ~ Screencast-O-Matic Workshop.” Illinois State University, Normal, IL,  December 2011.
  • “Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology ~ Future Professors Workshop.” Illinois State University, Normal, IL,  August 2011.

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