Colloquia & Workshops

“Health, Rhetoric, and Educating the General Public.” Guest Speaker. LLC 213X: Writing for the Sciences. Cleveland Institute of Art. 2014.

“Global Concerns and Grammar: Strategies for Efficiency and Productivity in ESL Tutoring Sessions.” Coordinator/Leader. English 290: Tutoring Writing Across Contexts. John Carroll University. 2014.

“Mediation and the Go Red Heart Disease Narrative.” English Department Colloquium Presentation. CWRU. 2013.

“ESL Students in the Writing Center.” Coordinator/Leader. English 290: Tutoring Writing Across Contexts. John Carroll University. 2013.

“Medical Images and the Rhetorical Construction of Health Identity.” English Department Colloquium Presentation. CWRU. 2012.

“Working with ESL Students in the Writing Center: Strategies for a Successful Session.” Coordinator/Leader. English 290: Tutoring Writing Across Contexts. John Carroll University. 2012.

“Using APA Style.” Leader. Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. CWRU. 2012.

“Working with ESL Students.” Co-leader. English Department Pedagogy Seminar Series. CWRU. 2011.

“Working with ESL Students in the Writing Center: Strategies for a Successful Session.” Coordinator/Leader. Writing Resource Center. John Carroll University. 2011.

“ESL Students in the Writing Classroom: Strategies for Curriculum Development, Lesson Planning, and Assessment.” Coordinator/Co-Leader. Summer Orientation. John Carroll University. 2011.

“Working with ESL Students in the Writing Center: Effective Tutoring Strategies.” Coordinator/Leader. English 290: Tutoring Writing Across Contexts. John Carroll University. 2011.

“Grammar Workshop for Finals.” Coordinator/Leader. Writing Resource Center. CWRU. 2009.

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