Professional Activities

Presentations:
Reading of an excerpt of “In Oprah’s Wake.” Butler University MFA Program. April 28th, 2012.

“Creative Writing Salon.” Indiana State University English Department. March 27th, 2009.

“Navigating the Blackboard Jungle: How Everyone Can Use Blackboard to Their Advantage.” Always on Friday. Indiana State University English Department. September 21, 2007

“Trial by Jury: Developing Critical Thinking Skills Through the Use of Student Juries.” Always on Friday. Indiana State University English Department. October 4, 2002.

“The Folklore of Clinton, Indiana.” Meeting of the Vermillion County Retired Teachers Association. March 16, 2001.

“The Folklore of Parke and Vermillion counties.” Meeting of the Parke County Retired Teachers Association. April 3, 2000.

“‘Survival of the Fittest’: The Influence of Darwinian Theory in Bram Stoker’s Dracula.” Dracula 97: A Centennial Celebration, Los Angeles, California. August 16, 1997.

“‘Survival of the Fittest’: The Influence of Darwinism and Catholicism in Bram Stoker’s Dracula.” Always on Friday. Indiana State University English Department. September 20, 1996.

COURSES TAUGHT:

English 101–Fundamentals of Writing
English 105–Freshman Writing
English 107—Rhetoric and Writing
English 219–Introduction to Creative Writing
English 220–Introduction to Fiction Writing
English 305–Advanced Expository Writing
English 305T–Technical Writing
English 305WEB—Advanced Expository Writing (Blackboard delivery system)
English 324W-Fiction Writing
English 370–Introduction to Folklore
English 373–American Folklore

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