Here is a list of some of the courses that I have had the opportunity to teach at the undergraduate and graduate level, both online and face-to-face. See my teaching philosophy, statement on translingual and multilingual teaching, syllabi and student evaluations for more information about my teaching experience and approach.
Instructor of Record
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo (2022-)
- English 310: Corporate Communication (Summer 2022)
- English 317: Technical Editing (Fall 2022)
West Virginia University (2020—2022)
- English 102: Composition, Rhetoric, & Research (5 sections online/asynchronous)
- English 304: Business & Professional Writing (1 section F2F).
- English 305: Technical Writing (1 section online/synchronous).
- English 490: Writing Center Theory (1 section F2F).
Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2019-2020)
- English 100: Basic Writing (1 section, new course design).
- English 101: Composition 1 (1 section online, new course design; 1 section face-to-face, new course design).
- English 202: Composition 2 (1 section, new course design).
Seton Hill University (2014-2020)
- SEL 107: Composition and Culture, Online Course for Adult Degree Program (3 sections, online).
- SEL 106: Composition and Culture Part B (1 section).
- SEL 105: Composition and Culture Part A (2 sections).
- LA 100: Basic Writing (4 sections).
University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg (2016-2017)
- English Composition 0020: College Composition 2 (2 sections, new course design).
- English Composition 0010: College Composition 1 (2 sections, new course design).
Westmoreland County Community College (2015)
- Humanities 156: Critical Thinking, (Advanced Technology Center, 1 section, new course design).
James Madison University (2013-2014)
- Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication 103: Critical Reading and Writing (2 sections taught, new course design).
Graduate Teaching, Guest Lecturer
- Indiana University of Pennsylvania (May 2019, October 2019), Guest Lecturer. English 867: Writing Centers and Writing Programs (2 class meetings). Guest lecturer for a graduate course focused on training future writing program administrators. Lecture titled Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Writing Centers and Programs focused on how writing administrators and teachers can use creative thinking to solve problems in their universities and classrooms.