I have been teaching at the college level for over 15 years, and I continue to be learn as much if not more from my students each semester as they learn from me. This reciprocal relationships helps build a community of learners willing to take risks and improve their writing, analysis, and research skills. Below is a list of the courses I have taught while at ECU. Many of my course websites were on a server that crashed. Over time, I hope to link to syllabi and future courses. If you see a course you want to know more about, feel free to email me.

8601: Advanced Research Methods
7785: History of Professional Communication
7766: Special Studies: Communication & Emerging Technologies, Digital Writing
7765: Special Topics: Writing in/for the Health Professions
7712: Grant & Proposal Writing
7705: Ethical Issues in Professional Communication
6715: Technical Writing
5780: Advanced Writing for Business & Industry
4885: Digital Writing
3895: Topics in Technical and Professional Writing
3885: Writing and Document Design
3880: Writing for Business & Industry
3870: Introduction to Editing & Abstracting
3820: Science Writing
3040: Introduction to Professional Writing
1200: Composition II

Dissertations, Director

Buchko, Robert. “Hierarchies and Communication: Analyzing Negotiated Power Relationships within A Small Software Organization”, 2013

Cranford, Christine. “Branding the North Carolina Museum of Art: Planning and Implementing a Public Identity”, 2013

Dunn, Carolyn. “Power and Place : A Case Study Approach to Rethinking Crisis Communication”, 2010

Dissertations, Member

Chambers, Mary-Lynn. “The Rhetorical Challenge of Whiteness within Blackboard for African American Bidialectic Students at Elizabeth City State University”, 2013

Hurley, Frank. “Visualizing Images in Writing: Pedagogical Implications of Critical Visual Analysis”, 2013

Hisle, Melissa Place. “Cultural Targeting of Breastfeeding Discourse for African American Women”, 2012
Chair: Sherry Southard, PhD