Co-Director, Ohio University Appalachian Writing Project | 2012-13 Charles J. Ping Institute Teaching Fellow
Rhetoric & Composition, Multilingual Writing, Writing Centers, Writing Program Administration
Office: Ellis 315
Office Phone: 593-2946
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 2-4 PM
BSW, Social Work, Kentucky Christian College, 1999
MA, TESOL & Applied Linguistics, Ohio University, 2002
Ph.D., English (Rhetoric and Composition), Ohio University, 2008
“A Review of Second Language Writing Research: Perspectives on the Process of Knowledge Construction.” TESOL Quarterly 42.1 (2008): 165-67.
“Tutoring L2 Graduate Writers: Sites for Calibration.” SLWIS News: The Newsletter of TESOL’s Second Language Writing Interest Section 3.1 (2008).
“When Graduate Student Meets Writing Center.” HEIS News: The Newsletter of TESOL’s ESL in Higher Education Interest Section. 26.2 (2007): 19-20.
Also in SLWIS News: The Newsletter of TESOL’s Second Language Writing Interest Section. 2.2 (2007).
“Second Language Writing Bibliographies.” (with Charles Nelson) Second Language Writing Interest Section. 1-4. Available: http://condor.depaul.edu/~ctardy/SLWIS/SLWbibliographies.pdf
“Geography Lessons, Bridge Building, and Second Language Writers.” (with Candace Stewart and Robert Stewart) Bridging the Disciplinary Divide: Integrating a Second-Language Perspective into Writing Programs. Spec. issue of Writing Program Administration 30.1-2 (2006): 83-100.
English 150A: Developmental Writing for Non-Native Speakers of English
English 1510: Writing and Rhetoric I
English 3850: Writing About Culture
English 3060J: Women and Writing
English 3080J: Writing and Rhetoric II
English 3840J: Writing and Rhetoric in the Professions
English 7800: Special Topics
Linguistics 270: The Nature of Language