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Jill Reglin

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									Jill Reglin
EDUCATION
                              2001                        Certified On-line Instructor
                                                          Michigan Virtual University

                              1995–1997                   Ph.D. Coursework, English Education
                                                          Michigan State University

                              1994                        Master of Arts, English/Community College
                                                          Teaching
                                                          Michigan State University

                              1992                        Bachelor of Arts, English
                                                          Alma College

                              1988-1992                   Supplemental Undergraduate Coursework
                                                          Northwood University, Oakland Community
                                                          College and Wayne State University

EMPLOYMENT
“The hand is an
extension of our will,        Full-Time Writing Professor and Writing Center Coordinator
it holds the pen, the         1997-Present             Lansing Community College           Lansing, MI
brush, the lump of
                               Teach developmental, first-year, and honors composition courses in the
clay. It is both a
symbol and a vehicle            traditional classroom, on-line, and in “hybrid” settings
of communication.              Oversee, as sole/founding administrator, operations in campus-wide Writing
Without the hand the            Center; includes hiring, training, evaluating, and supervising staff, creating and
voice is helpless.”
                                maintaining budget, database, website, workshops, and publicity activities, and
— Gloria Anzaldúa               acting as liaison with Writing Across the Curriculum Coordinator and
Making Face, Making             Communication Department Chair
Soul/Haciendo Caras
1990
                              Full-Time English Faculty
                              1996-1997                 Mott Community College                 Flint, MI
                               Taught transfer-level and developmental writing

                               Provided direct one-on-one writing assistance for students in MCC's Writing

                                Center




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EMPLOYMENT CONT.
                                Graduate Student Research Assistant, Institute for Environmental Toxicology
                                1996-1997                  Michigan State University              East Lansing, MI
                                 Developed and maintained institute website and on-line resources




                                Part-Time English Faculty
 “The instructor
seemed really                   1995-1996                 Alma College                   Alma, MI
passionate about                 Taught transfer-level and developmental writing
writing, which got me
                                 Provided consulting for developmental English tutoring program
excited to write.”

“She has taught us
the importance of
                                Full-Time Writing Center Coordinator
revision and has                1994-1995                  Michigan State University    East Lansing, MI
never had [us do] an
                                 Supervised undergraduate and graduate student staff
activity that was not
helpful.”                        Co-taught English 491: The Writing Consultancy

                                 Consulted with undergraduate and graduate students, MSU faculty, K-12
“She really likes what
she does.”                        teachers, and clients from the Lansing business community
                                 Coordinated and provided classroom writing workshops and presentations
“I love how focused
the class was. The
time flew by.”                  Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, The Writing Center
“She is very                    1992-1994/1995-1996 Michigan State University              East Lansing, MI
interesting. I like that         Supervised undergraduate staff
she is approachable.”
                                 Coordinated field placement for English Education students

“I really have enjoyed           Coordinated and provided classroom writing workshops and presentations
every aspect of this
                                 Coordinated on-line writing consultancy
class.”
                                 Acted as Assistant Editor to The Scholarship of Teaching

—Anonymous
Composition I student           Teaching Intern, English Department
comments, Lansing
Community College               1994                        Delta College               Saginaw, MI
                                 Observed and co-taught transfer-level writing courses

                                 Tutored writing one-on-one in student tutoring center




                                Technical Editing Assistant
                                1992                        Clayton Environmental               Novi, MI




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EMPLOYMENT CONT.
                               Student-Tutor Coordinator
                               1991-1992                 Alma College                          Alma, MI

                               Tutoring-Learning Center Intern
                               1991                        Oakland Community College           Union Lake, MI

RELATED ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
“Literacy must be
seen as a medium that
                               Consultant to The Writing Center, Bossier Parish Community College, LA
constitutes and                Consultant to The Writing Center, College of DuPage, IL
affirms the historical         Co-Director, The Capital City Writing Institute, Lansing Community College
and existential                Quality Enhancement Plan Lead Evaluator, Southern Association of Colleges and
moments of lived
experience that
                                    Schools/Commission on Colleges, Jackson State Community College,
produce a                           Jackson, TN
subordinate or a lived         Editorial Staff, Prism: A Faculty Journal, Lansing Community College
culture. Hence, it is          Sabbatical Award, Developing Resources for the Michigan
an eminently political
phenomenon, and it                  Writing Centers Association, Lansing Community College
must be analyzed               Co-Coordinator (with Leslie Farris and Tim Miank),”Learning to Write: Writing to Learn,”
within the context of a             4-day writing across the curriculum workshop featuring Toby Fulwiler
theory of power                     (University of Vermont), Lansing Community College
relations and an
understanding of               Curriculum and Instruction Council Member, Lansing Community College
social and cultural            Search Committee Member for Department of Language Skills and Communication
reproduction and                    Department Writing Faculty and Chairperson Positions
production.”                   Communication Technology Team Member, Lansing Community College
— Paulo Friere &               Web Developer for Communication Department, Department of Language Skills,
Donaldo Macedo                      The Writing Center, and Writing Across the Curriculum, Lansing Community
Literacy: Reading the               College
Word and the World             Faculty Mentor for full- and part-time writing faculty, Lansing Community College
1987
                               Teaching Internship Supervisor for Michigan State University and Central Michigan
                                    University pre-service teachers, Lansing Community College
                               Center for Teaching Excellence Workshop Leader, Lansing Community College
                               Chair, Writing Center Steering Committee, Lansing Community College
                               Pilot Faculty for writing portfolio programs in Communication Department and
                                    Department of Language Skills, Lansing Community College
                               Pilot Faculty, Virtual College writing programs in Communication Department and
                                    Department of Language Skills, Lansing Community College




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RELATED ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CONT.
                    Co-Editor, Voices from the Margins, An East Central Writing Centers Association
                        Anthology, Michigan State University Assistant Editor, The Scholarship of Teaching,
                    Michigan State University
                    Summer Workshop Assistant, McNair/SROP, Scholars for The Dream, and Red
                        Cedar Writing Project, Michigan State University
                    Advisor, Peer Review, Michigan State University
                    Student-Teacher, Alma College Service-Learning Project
                    Volunteer Tutor, Gratiot County Reading Program


OVERVIEW OF SOFTWARE SKILLS
                    Macintosh Operating System 4.0 – OS X (10.4.11)
                    Familiarity with Macintosh Networking and UNIX TCP/IP
                    Windows Operating System 3.1 - Vista
                    Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Entourage/Outlook, and Access)
                    Safari and Mozilla Firefox
                    PHP and Macromedia Dreamweaver
                    Familiarity with File Transport Protocol–FTP and AFP
                    Instant Messaging Software and Skype VoIP
                    Apple I-Life Suite (Including Photo, Video, and Audio Editing)
                    Audacity and Podcasting
                    Blackboard, Angel, and Oracle Collaboration Suite
                    Adobe Photoshop 3.04 – 7.0
                    Adobe Acrobat Reader and Writer
                    Quark XPress 3.0 – Passport (6.0)

MEMBERSHIPS & PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
                    International Writing Centers Association (IWCA), an NCTE Assembly, Member 1994-
                    Present
                         Leader, Summer Institute for Writing Center Directors and Professionals,
                         University of Wisconsin 2003, Clark University 2004, University of Wisconsin
                         2008 (invited)
                         Chair, Constitution Committee, 2004
                         Secretary to the Executive Board, 2003-2005
                         Editorial Review Board, Writing Center Journal, 2002-2003
                         Community College Representative to the Executive Board, 2002
                         Outstanding Scholarship Contest Judge, 2001




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MEMBERSHIPS & PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS CONT.
                              East Central Writing Centers Association (ECWCA), Member 1993-Present
                                  Luncheon Speaker, 2005 Annual Conference
                                  President, 2001-2002
                                  Vice President, 2000-2001
                                  At-Large Board Member, 1999-2000
                                  Conference Chair and Host, Lansing Community College, 2000
                                  Judge, Tutor/Leader of the Year Awards, 2000-2001
                                  Conference Committee Member, Michigan State University, 1996
                              Michigan Writing Centers Association (MWCA), Founder, Member 1992-Present
“She kept the class               Web Manager, 2004-Present (www.miwritingcenters.org)
interesting and fun.”
                                  President, 2003-2005
“It is a solid course             Conference Chair 2004
and one of the best
instructors I’ve had.”            Annual Ideas Exchange Presenter, 1992 - 2006
                                  Consultant to Muskegon Community College, 2002
“She had a lot of
patience with her                 Consultant to Alma College, 1992 - 2005
students.”                        Student Representative, Executive Board, 1996-1997
“She seemed to                    Newsletter Designer and Editor, 1993-1998
connect with the                  Summer Invitational Institute Co-Director, 1994
students well and kept
the class focused.”               Consultant to Delta College, 1994
                              National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Member 1992-Present
“She has made
writing fun again.”           National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Member 1994-Present
                                  Attendee, Conference on College Composition and Communication Winter
“She connected with                    Workshop on Teaching Composition to Undergraduates, 1999
students, treating
them as equals while          Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Member 1995-Present
holding a respected               Executive Council Nominee, 2004
position.”
                              Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA), Member 2004-2005
—Anonymous                    Michigan Council of Teachers of English, Member 1994-1995
developmental writing
student comments,             Michigan College English Association, Member 1994-1995
Lansing Community             Sigma Tau Delta International Literary Honor Society, Member 1991-1992
College




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GRANTS
“Meanings do not lie          Won: “The Capital City Writing Institute,” Co-Authored with Tim Miank
at the surface of             (Lansing Community College), Teaching Innovation Grant, Center for Teaching
language but far more
                              Excellence, Lansing Community College, $3,000.00, 2006
profoundly in the
minds of the users of
the language: in the          Won: “Establishing the Michigan Writing Centers Project,” Co-Authored with
mind of the speaker or        Sharon Thomas (Michigan State University), All University Seed Research Outreach
writer and in the mind        Grant, Michigan State University, $15,000.00, 1995
of the listener or
reader.”
                              Applied: “Narrowing the Digital Divide: Researching, Developing, &
— Frank Smith                 Disseminating Best Practices for Hybrid Humanities Courses,” Co-Authored with
Understanding                 Ken Dvorak, Dan Holt, and Jeff Janowick (Lansing Community College) and
Reading 1988                  Scott Pennington, Dean Rehberger, and Paula Rosinski (Michigan State
                              University), Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE), U.S. Dept. of
                              Education, Lansing Community College, $650,000.00, 2001; 2002


PUBLICATIONS
                              Forthcoming “Portfolio Pandemonium at Lansing Community College,” with Tim
                              Miank, Lansing Community College, Creative Approaches to Writing Center Work, Ed.
                              Kevin Dvorak and Shanti Bruce, Hampton Press, Anticipated 2008.

                              “Position Statement on Two-Year College Writing Centers,” with Clint Gardner
                              (Salt Lake Community College), Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 33.3 (March
                              2006), National Council of Teachers of English

                              Book Review of Nelson, Jane and Kathy Evertz, Eds. The Politics of Writing Centers.
                              Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2001 in The Writing Center Journal, Fall 2002

                              “Why Peers Are Qualified,” Prism: A Faculty Journal, Lansing Community College,
                              1999

                              “We Call Them Illiterate,” Prism: A Faculty Journal, Lansing Community College,
                              1998

                              “But I Have to Cover the Whole Textbook in 15 Weeks?!” CETL Focus,
                              Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Mott Community College,
                              November 1996




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS
                   Invited, “Pedagogical Conversion: The Challenge of Moving from Tutor to
                   Teacher,” Co-proposed with Kerith Dutkiewicz (Davenport University), Leslie
                   Farris and Thomas Nicholas (Lansing Community College), East Central Writing
                   Centers Association Conference, Columbus, OH (Ohio State University), April 2008

                   Invited, “Gathering and Analyzing Race Data in the Writing Center: A Case
                   Study,” Co-proposed with Jason Mayland (Lansing Community College), Race in
                   the Writing Center: Towards New Theory and Practice, Chicago, IL (University of
                   Illinois at Chicago), February 2008

                   Invited, “Pedagogical Conversion: The Challenge of Moving from Tutor to
                   Teacher,” Co-proposed with Kerith Dutkiewicz, Leslie Farris and Thomas
                   Nicholas (Lansing Community College), Two-Year College Association Midwest
                   Conference, Chicago, IL, October 2007

                   “Stop Being Such an Asshole! Applying Dr. Robert Sutton’s Principles to Writing
                   Center Work,” Co-Presented with Doug Dangler (Ohio State University), Michele
                   Eodice (University of Oklahoma), Clint Gardner (Salt Lake Community College),
                   Carol Peterson Haviland (California State University, San Bernardino) and Tiffany
                   Turcotte (Michigan State University), National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing,
                   State College, PA (Pennsylvania State University), October 2007

                   “The Writing Center as Coffeehouse” (three-hour workshop), Co-Presented with
                   Kevin Dvora (Keiser University), Shanti Bruce (Nova Southeastern University),
                   Elizabeth Boquet (Fairfield University), Michele Eodice (University of
                   Oklahoma), Derek Owens (St. John’s University), Harry Denny (St. John’s
                   University-Staten Island), Anne Ellen Geller (Clark University), Dawn Fels
                   (Indiana University of Pennsylvania), Brian Fallon (Indiana University of
                   Pennsylvania), Scott Miller (Sonoma State University), Sandee McGlaum
                   (Roanoke University), Wendy Goldberg (Stanford University) and Cinda Coggins
                   (University of Iowa), International Writing Centers Association Conference, Houston,
                   TX, April 2007

                   “Reaching Out/Remaining Local: Construction Stories from a State-Wide Writing
                   Centers Association,” Co-Presented with Ellen Schendel (Grand Valley State
                   University), Kim Ballard (Western Michigan University), MaryAnn Crawford
                   (Central Michigan University) and Scott Russell (University of Michigan-Flint),
                   East Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Bowling Green, OH (Bowling
                   Green State University), March 2007




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                                “’What’s Love Got to Do with It?’ Toward an Alternate Model of Authority,”
                                Co-Presented with Kimberly Cole and Betsy Freedberg (Lansing Community
                                College), National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Ann Arbor, MI (University
                                of Michigan), November 2006

                                “What’s on the Horizon?: A Roundtable on VoIP, Podcasting and Wimba in
                                Writing Center Conferencing,” Co-Presented with Doug Dangler (The Ohio State
                                University), East Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Alliance, OH (Mount
                                Union College), March 2006

“I credit [her] with            “Tutoring vs. Teaching: When Theory Hits the Road,” Co-Presented with
helping overcome my             Jennifer Foster (Lansing Community College), East Central Writing Centers
fear of being a “bad”
writer.”
                                Association Conference, Alliance, OH (Mount Union College), March 2006

“I pushed myself to             “Raising the Roof to Pad the Room: Creative and Traditional Ways to Keep the
do well because I felt          Writing Center Out of the Poor House,” Co-Presented with Charlie Hahn
like my instructor              (Lansing Community College), Michigan Writing Centers Association Ideas Exchange,
actually cared about
us and I didn’t want
                                Grand Rapids, MI (Grand Valley State University), November 2005
to let her down.”
                                “Special Interest Group: Community and Two-Year College Writing Centers,”
“There is a reason for          Co-Presented with Clint Gardner (Salt Lake Community College), International
her being an honors             Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing,
[composition]
                                Minneapolis, MN, October 2005
teacher.”

“I didn’t feel as if she        Invited, “Redefining Boundaries: Online Writing Centers on the Cutting Edge,”
put herself above               Co-Proposed with Charlie Hahn (Lansing Community College), International
others. She always              Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing,
admitted that there
                                Minneapolis, MN, October 2005
was more for her to
learn about writing as
well.”                          “Let’s Talk About Sex: Brain Physiology and Gender Dynamics in the One-on-
                                One Session,” Co-Presented with Tiffany Turcotte (Lansing Community College),
“This is the first              East Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Adrian, MI (Siena Heights
writing class that I            University), April 2005
have truly enjoyed
coming to.”
                                “Fun in the Writing Center: An Interactive Exploration,” Chaired SIG Session
—Anonymous Honors               and Co-Presented with Dagmar Corrigan (University of Houston, Downtown),
Composition I student           Chad Verbais (Southern Illinois University at Evansville), and Lisa Zimmerelli
comments, Lansing               (Montgomery College), Conference on College Composition and Communication, San
Community College               Francisco, CA, March 2005




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                               “The Michigan Writing Centers Association: Ten Years in the Making,” Co-
                               Presented with Betsy Freedberg (Lansing Community College), National Conference
                               on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Hackettstown, NJ (Centenary College), October 2004
                               “Ways of Knowing: Writing Center Outcomes as Politics, Pedagogy, and
                               Theory,” Session Chair; Presenters: Joan Hawthorne (University of North
                               Dakota), Roberta Kjesrud (University of Western Washington), and Mary
                               Wislocki (New York University), Conference on College Composition and Communication,
                               San Antonio, TX, March 2004

                               “Writing to Learn Activities for Physics & Other Science Classes,” Co-Presented
                               with Alex Azima (Lansing Community College), Michigan Science Teachers Association
                               Conference, Lansing, MI, March 2004

“She is very precise           “Writing Support in the Two-Year College: An Issues Panel and Think Tank
about assignments . . .        Session,” Co-Presented with Timothy Dillon (Monroe County Community
and good at
explaining materials
                               College) and Debbie Watkins (Jefferson Community College), International Writing
in class.”                     Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Hershey, PA,
                               October 2003
“She is capable of
teaching each student          “The Secrets of Writing Support in The Two-Year College: An Issues Panel and
at their own level and
pace, while still
                               Think Tank Session,” Co-Presented with Timothy Dillon (Monroe County
holding the class              Community College) and Debbie Watkins (Jefferson Community College), East
together. Impressive.”         Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Marietta, OH (Marietta College),
                               March 2003
“I loved this class—
very organized and
planned out.”                  “Letters from Death Row,” Co-Presented with Zoltan Krompecher (U. S.
                               Military Academy at West Point), Lansing Community College, April 2003
“She was always
available when
students needed                “Writing Center Assessment: You Know You Should . . . But How?” Co-
help.”                         Presented with Roberta Buck (University of Western Washington) and Karl
                               Fornes (University of South Carolina—Aiken), International Writing Centers
“I liked how she gives         Association Conference, Savannah, GA, April 2002
detailed suggestions
on papers.”
                               Introduction of Keynote Speaker, Cindy Johanek (Denison University), East
—Anonymous                     Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Canton, OH (Kent State University-
Composition II                 Stark Campus), April 2002
student comments,
Lansing Community              “Going Virtual: If We Build it, They Will Come . . . But Are We Ready for
College
                               Them?” Co-Presented with Leslie Gordon (Lansing Community College), East
                               Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Canton, OH (Kent State University-
                               Stark Campus), April 2002



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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                   “How Far Do We Extend Roles? Creating Professional Distance in the Peer
                   Relationship,” Co-Presented with Jon Lowe and Cedric Omolo (Lansing
                   Community College), East Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Canton, OH
                   (Kent State University-Stark Campus), April 2002

                   Invited, “The Writing Center as a Composition Community,” Half-day workshop
                   with members of the International Writing Centers Association, Conference on
                   College Composition and Communication, Denver, CO, March 2001

                   “Composing Community through Portfolio Assessment: Implications for
                   Community College Faculty Development and Classroom Practice,” Co-
                   Presented with Tim Miank (Lansing Community College), Conference on College
                   Composition and Communication, Denver, CO, March 2001

                   “What Do You Do When Students Bring 'Beyond Writing' Issues to the Writing
                   Center? Legal and Ethnical/'Moral' Obligations,” Co-Presented with Elizabeth
                   Freedberg (Lansing Community College), East Central Writing Centers Association
                   Conference, Granville, OH (Denison University), March 2001

                   “A Look at Our Landscape: Measuring How an Externally-Assessed Portfolio
                   Program Impacts Faculty,” Co-Presented with Tim Miank (Lansing Community
                   College), Liberal Arts Network for Development Conference, Detroit, MI, February 2001

                   “Don't Talk to Strangers: Forming Communities of Writers in the On-line
                   Writing Class,” Co-Presented with Dan Holt (Lansing Community College),
                   Computers & Writing Conference, Fort Worth, TX, May 2000

                   “A Communication Department Approach to Implementing Technology in a
                   Community College Environment OR The Blind Leading the Blind,” Co-
                   Presented with Dan Holt and Norbert Kurtz (Lansing Community College),
                   Computers & Writing Conference, Fort Worth, TX, May 2000

                   “Show Me the Money: Funding the Writing Center,” Co-Presented with Bob
                   Barnett (University of Michigan—Flint), Diane Boehm (Saginaw Valley State
                   University, and Sharon Webster (Siena Heights University), East Central Writing
                   Centers Association Conference, Lansing, MI (Lansing Community College), April
                   2000




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                               Introduction of Keynote Speaker, Joe Law (Wright State University), East Central
“The realization that
people of little
                               Writing Centers Association Conference, Lansing, MI (Lansing Community College),
integrity can learn to         April 2000
use rhetoric for their
own purposes does              “A Communication Department Approach to Implementing Technology in a
not negate the value           Community College Environment OR The Blind Leading The Blind,” Co-
of studying it as an
                               Presented with Melinda Hernandez, Dan Holt, Norbert Kurtz, and Bev Smith
art. In fact, the more
we know of it, the less        (Lansing Community College), Liberal Arts Network for Development Conference, East
likely it is that those        Lansing, MI, February 2000
who use it to deceive
will succeed.”                 “Using Writing Across the Curriculum to Prepare Students for the High School
                               Proficiency Test,” Co-Presented with Dan Holt, Tim Miank, Louise Paquette, and
— Maxine Hairston
A Contemporary Rhetoric        Ann Russell (Lansing Community College), Half-day workshop for faculty of
1974                           Lansing Sexton High School, Lansing, MI, December 1999

                               “Using Writing to Teach and Learn Across the Curriculum,” TRENDS in
                               Occupational Studies Conference, East Lansing, MI, October 1999

                               “The Making of a Video on Peer Response Writing Groups: Unmasking our
                               Work Through Not-so-obvious Collaborations,” Co-Presented with Carrie Cross
                               and Jaimie Franchi (Lansing Community College), National Conference on Peer
                               Tutoring in Writing, State College, PA (Pennsylvania State University), October
                               1999

                               “Writing as Inquiry: Developing Professional Roles,” Co-Presented with Hanna
                               Figueras, Nan Jackson, and Maribeth Somers (Lansing Community College),
                               National Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Ithaca, NY (Cornell University),
                               June 1999

                               “Writing as Inquiry: Developing Professional Roles,” Co-Presented with Hanna
                               Figueras, Nan Jackson, and Maribeth Somers (Lansing Community College), First
                               Michigan Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Flint, MI (University of Michigan-
                               Flint), May 1999

                               “Writing Centers, Sustainability, and Reality: Creating a Sustainable Culture of
                               Computers and Writing,” Co-Presented with Scott Pennington (Michigan State
                               University) and Danielle DeVoss (Michigan Technological University), Computers
                               & Writing Conference, Rapid City, SD (South Dakota School of Mines &
                               Technology), May 1999




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                   “Creatively Addressing Staffing and Training Issues in the Community College
                   Writing Center (and Beyond),” Co-Presented with Danielle Dane and Jaimie
                   Franchi (Lansing Community College), National and East Central Writing Centers
                   Associations Conference, Bloomington, IN (Indiana University), April 1999

                   “The Idea of a Writing Center,” Readers' Theater Presentation, Co-Presented
                   with Lansing Community College Writing Center Staff, Michigan Writing Centers
                   Association Fall Ideas Exchange, Saginaw, MI (Saginaw Valley State University),
                   November 1998

                   “Locating Our Work by Researching Our History: The Formation of a Writing
                   Center,” Co-Presented with Robert Budd and Tim Miank (Lansing Community
                   College), East Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Youngstown, OH
                   (Youngstown State University), May 1998

                   “What Do We Really Mean by 'Writing' and 'Consulting'? Defining Our Work
                   Through Performance of Collaborative Narratives,” Co-Presented with Julie
                   Bevins (Michigan State University), East Central Writing Centers Association
                   Conference, Pittsburgh, PA (University of Pittsburgh), April 1997

                   Invited, “E-mail: A Potential Site of Exploration for Pre-Service Teachers,”
                   Conference on College Composition and Communication, Milwaukee, WI, March 1996

                   “Marginality as Ecotone: Challenging Our Notions of Life on the Edge,” Co-
                   Presented with Julie Bevins (Michigan State University), East Central Writing
                   Centers Association Conference, East Lansing, MI (Michigan State University), March
                   1996

                   “The Michigan Writing Centers Project and the Michigan Writing Centers
                   Association: Networks of Support and Research,” Co-Presented with Diane
                   Kinsler (Olivet College), Mary Ann Sherby (Michigan State University), Celeste
                   Resh (Mott Community College), and Diane Boehm (Saginaw Valley State
                   University), East Central Writing Centers Association Conference, East Lansing, MI
                   (Michigan State University), March 1996

                   “Working With, For, and Against One Another,” Co-Presented with Julie Bevins,
                   Mary Ann Crawford, Kimberly Kessler, and Sharon Thomas (Michigan State
                   University), Michigan State University Council of Graduate Students Conference, East
                   Lansing, MI, February 1996




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                   “The Ideal and the Real: Confronting the Gap Between Theory, Practice, and
                   Policy,” Co-Presented with Aimee Brazil, Peggy Cunniffe, Keri Hungerford,
                   Laura Julier, and Karen Zbik (Michigan State University), National Conference on
                   Peer Tutoring in Writing, Muncie, IN (Ball State University), October 1995

                   “Stephen North Comes to MSU: A Readers’ Theater Performance of ‘The Idea of
                   a Writing Center,’” Co-Presented with Aimee Brazil, Colin Connolly, Keri
                   Hungerford, Laura Julier, Kimberly Kessler, and Karen Zbik (Michigan State
                   University), National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Muncie, IN (Ball State
                   University), October 1995

                   “Reading a Complicated Text: Sharing Our Strategies,” Co-Presented with
                   Michigan State University Writing Center Staff, Bright Ideas Conference on the English
                   Language Arts, East Lansing, MI (Michigan State University), April 1995

                   “Michigan Writing Centers Project Special Interest Group Meeting,” Chair, Bright
                   Ideas Conference on the English Language Arts, East Lansing, MI (Michigan State
                   University), April 1995

                   “A Phenomenological Investigation of Complicated Consulting: Research and
                   Training in the Writing Center,” Co-Presented with Jennie Bowman, Suzanne
                   Gagne, Mary Ann Sherby, and Sharon Thomas (Michigan State University), East
                   Central Writing Centers Association Conference, Bloomington, IN, March 1995

                   “The Alligator in the Fishbowl: Peer Response as Collaboration,” Co-Presented
                   with Julie Bevins, Colleen Patterson, Melanie Pittman, and Jen Spiess (Michigan
                   State University), National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Birmingham, AL
                   (Indiana University), November 1994

                   “Negotiating Authority for Writing Centers While Building Community With
                   Composition Departments,” Co-Presented with Julie Bevins, Celia Esdale, Bill
                   McCall, and Dean Rehberger (Michigan State University), East Central Writing
                   Centers Association Conference, Toledo, OH (University of Toledo), May 1994

                   “The Dynamics of Project CONNECTS: A Collaborative Network of New and
                   Experienced Teachers and Students at MSU,” Co-Presented with Julie Bevins
                   (Michigan State University), National Writing Centers Association Conference, New
                   Orleans, LA, April 1994




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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS CONT.
                               “Developing Critical Awareness: Using the Process Record to Reflect on
                               Videotaped Consulting Sessions,” Co-Presented with Bill McCall, Tim Madden,
                               Melanie Pittman, Annlyn Richards, and Sharon Thomas (Michigan State
                               University), National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Grand Rapids, MI,
                               November 1993

                               “Project CONNECTS: A Student Writing Consultant Collaborative,” Co-
                               Presented with Todd Gernes, Melissa Myers, Tom Suida, and Sharon Thomas
                               (Michigan State University), East Central Writing Centers Association Conference,
                               Muncie, IN (Ball State University), March, 1993

                               “Bridges: How Can Writing Projects Bridge Seniors and Younger People?
                               Lessons from the Alma College Poetry Workshops,” Aging is Everybody's Business:
                               An Intergenerational Community Forum Exploring Our Options and Issues as Seniors,
                               Families, Caregivers and Citizens, Alma, MI, October 1992



ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCES & SPECIAL INTERESTS
“. . . teachers must be
actively committed to          Henna Tattoo Artist and Instructor, 2001-Present
a process of self-
actualization that             Exhibitor, Delphi Art Glass Festival, Mosaics, 2001, 2006, 2007
promotes their own
well-being if they are
to teach in a manner           Refugee Development Center Volunteer, Christ Lutheran Church, Lansing, MI, 2002-
that empowers                  2003
students.”
                               Newsletter Editor and Web Developer, Schipperke Club of Southern Michigan, 1995-
— bell hooks
Teaching to                    2001
Transgress 1994




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