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					                                 BRIAN KIRBY
2900 Vista del Rey NE #35B                                       (505) 417-0937
Albuquerque, NM 87112                               brianfkirby101@yahoo.com


EDUCATION

   New Mexico State University • Las Cruces                                1998
     Master of Arts / English

   New Mexico State University • Las Cruces                                1992
     Bachelor of Arts / Philosophy

   Lassen Community College • Susanville, CA                         1986-1987
      General Studies

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

      New Mexico Junior College, Hobbs, NM ………………………..……2008-2010
       Professor

            EN 101: Developmental Writing
            EN 103: English Fundamentals for Specialized Programs
            EN 113: Composition and Rhetoric
            EN 123: Composition and Literature
            EN 123A: Report Writing for Technicians
            EN 213: Documentary Film and Non-fiction Writing
            EN 213A: Creative Writing

      Doña Ana Community College, Las Cruces, NM………………….…2002-2008
       Adjunct Instructor/Assistant Professor

            COLL 101: Introduction to the Community College
            CCDE 105: Developmental Writing
            CCDE 110: Introduction to College Writing
            ENGL 111: General Composition
            ENGL 203: Business Communications and Professional Writing
            ENGL 211: Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences—Reading
              and Writing the Short Story
            ENGL 211: Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences—Wrestling
              the American West
            ENGL 218: Scientific and Technical Writing
BRIAN KIRBY                                                                page 2


     Central New Mexico Community College, Albuquerque, NM…. 2005, 2007
      Adjunct Instructor

             ENGL 101: College Writing
             ENGL 102: Analytical Writing

      New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM……………...……1997-2007
       Adjunct Instructor/Graduate Teaching Assistant

             ENGL 111: Freshman Composition and Rhetoric
             ENGL 203: Business Communications and Professional Writing
             ENGL 211: Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
             ENGL 218: Scientific and Technical Writing
             Writing Center Consultant

     University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM….…….…………….2004-2005
      Adjunct Instructor

             ENGL 101: Expository Writing
             ENGL 219: Technical Writing

     University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV……………..2003-2004, 2010
      Adjunct Instructor

             ENGL A: Introduction to College Writing
             ENGL 101: Freshman Composition
             Writing Center Consultant

     College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV ………………………….2010

             ENGL 102: Developmental Writing
             ENGL 113: Freshman Composition

     University of Texas-El Paso, El Paso, TX…………………………………….2006

             ENGL 1311: Rhetoric and Composition
             Writing Center Consultant
BRIAN KIRBY                                                              page 3


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM…………………………..… 2000
     Admissions Counselor

     Evaluated transcripts. Reported to the Director of Admissions and Financial
     Aid. Contributed in various ways to the operation of the Office
     of Admissions and Financial Aid and the service it provides to applicants.
     Advised interested parties regarding application procedures and general
     information regarding the school. Represented the university at various
     external recruitment events (required significant travel), planned and
     carried out informational events for prospective applicants and admittees,
     and assisted with the processing of applications during peak filing periods
     within the admissions cycle.

     New Mexico Slam Basketball, LLC., Albuquerque, NM ………….1999-2001
     Director of Operations

     Oversaw operational budget of $1.2 million. Assisted in the design of a
     5,600-seat basketball arena. Booked all entertainment. Assisted in the
     design of all promotional materials—posters, programs, game tickets, and
     parking passes. Wrote and edited each game's public address script.
     Directed all game-day productions. Coordinated extensive team travel.
     Maintained confidential files.

     New Mexico State University, Las Cruces ……………………..……1996 - 1999
     Academic Advisor/Administrative Assistant—NMSU Men's Basketball Team

     Advised student-athletes in their courses of study. Provided comprehensive
     administrative support to the head basketball coach. Monitored academic
     progress of team members—highest GPAs and graduation rates achieved
     in NMSU men's basketball history. Evaluated student-athlete transcripts.
     Coordinated financial aid program for team members. Maintained office
     records and equipment. Supervised secretaries and work-study students.
     Coordinated extensive team travel. Maintained confidential files.
     Organized and directed basketball camps.
     Assisted in fund-raising and solicited contributions from alumni.
BRIAN KIRBY                                                                 page 4

      Curbside Touring, Las Cruces, NM…………………………….…1999 - present
      Owner/Sole Proprietor

      Own and operate a music production/touring agency. Plan and route
      tours for bands. Negotiate fees on behalf of artists. Assemble and approve
      all contracts. Coordinate all aspects of each band’s tour(s), including
      national, regional, and local media coverage, as well as load-in, sound-
      check, and set times. Develop and maintain healthy working relationships.


 SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES

     Excellent writing, verbal, interpersonal communication skills.

     Excellent computer skills, including word processing, Blackboard,
      presentation, spreadsheet.

     Committed to pluralism and the ability to work effectively in a diverse
      workplace and environment.

 AWARDS

      Winner, Frank Waters Fiction Lectureship as Judged by Richard Russo


REFERENCES

  Dr. Dallas Hulsey, Division Chair                Dr. Mickey Best, Dean
  Department of English                            Arts and Humanities
  New Mexico Junior College                        New Mexico Junior College
  5317 N. Lovington Hwy                            5317 N. Lovington Hwy
  Hobbs, NM 88240                                  Hobbs, NM 88240
  (575) 492-2833                                   (575) 492-2841
  dhulsey@nmjc.edu                                 mbest@nmjc.edu

  Dr. John Gratton, Vice-president                 Mr. Greg Hammond, Chair
  Instruction                                      English Department
  New Mexico Junior College                        Dona Ana Community College
  5317 N. Lovington Hwy                            3400 S. Espina
  Hobbs, NM 88240                                  Las Cruces, NM 88003
  (575) 392-4510                                   (575) 527-7500
  jgratton@nmjc.edu                                ghammond@nmsu.edu

				
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