Professional Experience

Honors/Fellowships

Teaching Fellow, Future Faculty Fellowship Program. University of North Carolina Center for Faculty Excellence.

Academic INSTRUCTOR Positions

Academic Content Tutor, Communication Studies, 2015-present. Loudermilk Center for Excellence. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Trained Assessment Rater, Critical Thinking and Writing Communication, Spring 2015. UNC-Chapel Hill Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Graduate Teaching Assistant, 2013-present. Department of Communication Studies. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Graduate Teaching Assistant, 2011-2013. Department of Communication Studies. Baylor University – Waco

Courses Taught as Sole Instructor (UNC)

Introduction to Organizational Communication (Upper Division). Sample lecture here.

Environmental Advocacy (Upper Division).

Courses Assisted

Rhetoric and Public Issues (V. William Balthrop)

Introduction to Performance Studies (Renee Alexander Craft)

Introduction to Organizational Communication (Dennis Mumby)

Public Speaking (Christian Lundberg)

Terrorism and Political Violence (Cori Dauber)

Fundamentals of Public Communication (Bill English)

Public Speaking for Business/Professional Students (Bill English)

Invited LECTURES

“The Ballot or the Bullet: Situating and Analyzing the Rhetoric of Malcolm X.” Invited to speak in Christian Lundberg’s Public Speaking, Fall 2013. Presentation here.

“Negating the Affirmative: The Disadvantage and Counterplan as Key Negative Strategies.” Invited to speak in Kurt Zemlicka’s Argumentation and Debate, Spring 2014. Presentation here.

“Introducing Gender and Communication with A Collaborative & Question Oriented Approach.” Invited to speak in Julia Scatliff O’Grady’s Gender Communication, Summer 2014.

“The Ideograph: Intersection Between Rhetoric and Ideology.” Invited to speak in Bill Balthrop’s Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Spring 2015. Presentation here.

“Digital Media and Social Movements.” Invited to speak in Jonathan Foland’s Rhetoric of Social Movements. Spring 2015. Presentation here.

Debate instructor Experience

Assistant Coach, 2011-2013. Glenn R. Capp Debate Forum. Baylor University – Waco

Lecturer and Research Assistant, Summer 2011, 2012. Baylor University Summer Debate Workshop. Baylor University – Waco

Lecturer and Research Assistant, Summer 2012, 2013. University of Kansas Jayhawk Debate Institute. University of Kansas – Lawrence.

Lecturer and Research Assistant, Summer 2009, 2010. Kansas State University Wildcat Debate Workshop. Kansas State University – Manhattan

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