Conference Presentations

“Illness Narratives in the Writing Classroom: Creating a Compassionate Space for Rhetorical and Literary Analysis.” College English Association Conference. Denver, Colorado. Forthcoming.

“Theory-Building in the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine.” Workshop Participant. Rhetoric Society of America 6th Biennial Summer Institute. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2015.

“Health, Risk, and Rhetorical Self-Efficacy: Exploring Personal Narratives within Public Discourse.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, Florida. 2015.

“Comics and Rhetoric in the First-Year Composition Classroom.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, Indiana. March 2014.

“Medical Images and the Rhetorical Construction of Health Identity.” Rhetoric Society of America 15th Biennial Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 2012.

“Outreach Answers / Outreach Questions.” Workshop presentation. East Central Writing Centers Association Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. March 2012.

“‘I Have Learned to Love My Body and Myself for Who I am’: The Female Body in Breast Cancer Photography.” National Communication Association 97th Annual Convention. New Orleans, Louisiana. November 2011.

“The Irredeemable Woman: Corruption and Feminine Identity in Fitzgerald and Wharton.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Society Conference. Baltimore, Maryland. September 2009.

“Systemic Support for ESL Students: Writing Center Ecology at a Research University.” East Central Writing Centers Association Conference. West Lafayette, Indiana. March 2009.

“Curriculum Matters: Rethinking and Redesigning an ESL Class.” East Central Writing Centers Association Conference. Columbus, Ohio. March 2008.

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