Conference Presentations

“Champions in the Center: Reflecting the University to Itself.” The Ongoing Conversation. Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference. Myrtle Beach, SC. 2019. 

“Choose Your Own Adventure.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Sacramento, CA. 2018.

“Anxiety of Absence: Administrators in the Center and Out.” Panel: Camouflage and Creativity: Productive Invisibilities of WPAs at Work. Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Raleigh, NC. 2016. 

“Administrating for Sustainability: Preparing the Writing Center for the Future.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Boise, ID. 2015.

“Role Reversal: When Students Teach Faculty in WAC Programs.” Roundtable Discussion. International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference. Minnepolis, MN. 2014.

“The Work We Can’t Get Done.” Roundtable Discussion. Southeastern Writing Center Assocation. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 2013.

“A Welcoming Theory: Accounting for Context in Writing Center Theory and Practice.” International Writing Centers Association. San Diego, CA. 2012.

“Developing a Hospitable Method: Recursive Theory and Practice in the Writing Center.Southeastern Writing Center Association. Richmond, KY. 2011.

“Profiling Gender: Punishing the Professional for the Personal on Criminal Minds.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s). Mankato, MN. 2011.

“Writing Welcome/Welcoming Writers: Harboring Hospitality in the Writing Center – A Philosophical Appeal.” International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. Baltimore, MD. 2010.

“Negotiating the Realm of Departmental Publications: The Past, Present, and Future of UNCG’s Writing Matters.” 3rd Annual UNCG English Graduate Student Association Conference: Writing Into the Profession. Greensboro, NC. 2008.

“Feminist Response/ability: A Roundtable Discussion.” Rhetoric Society of America. Seattle, WA. 2008.

“Interrogating Conversation: Complicating the Ethics of Hospitality in ‘Homicide: Life on the Streets’.” National Association for Humanities Education. San Francisco, CA. 2007.

“Triple Consciousness: Making Sense of My Three Feminist Selves.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, Il. 2006

“Finding Feminism in the Academy.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s). Houghton, MI. 2005.

“Who’s Passing the Torch? Mentor Relationships Can Help.” Conference of English Instructors North Carolina. Greensboro, NC. 2004.

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