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–18       FACULTY, School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Tech Ÿ 
             Design and teach first-year courses on literature, media, sound, and composition:

Architectures of Sound: Poetry, Place, Politics (Composition II, 2018)
Letters to the World: Self and the Evidence of Experience (Composition II, 2017)
Siri’s Progeny: Voice and the Future of Interaction Design (Composition I, 2016)
Romanticism’s Social Media (Composition II, 2015)
Romantic Experiment: The Science of Transport (Upper-Level Survey, 2015)

2018     AFFILIATED FACULTY, Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, Georgia Tech

  • Created teaching toolkits to support sound and equity instruction related to the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design and other sustainable-community projects
  • Designed a project-based composition course on sound, poetry, architecture, and equity in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design
  • Solicited guest lectures from Living Building architect, local architecture faculty, and Georgia Tech’s Equity Champions
  • Partnered with Georgia Tech’s Networks Dynamics Lab to give students access NDL’s virtual-reality and augmented-reality tours of the Living Building
  • Collaborated with Duke-hosted digital humanities project the Sonic Dictionary to create an online archive of my students’ sound recordings    

–18       PODCAST INITIATIVE FOUNDER, Writing and Communication Program, Georgia Tech

  • Launched initiative to advance sound-based pedagogy in the Georgia Tech classroom
  • Led two-part workshop on teaching sound theory and assigning podcasts
  • Recruited, managed, and trained colleagues to support and grow the initiative
  • Created, hosted, and produced Flash Readings by the Brittain Fellows and 4.33@Tech

2018     WRITING CENTER TUTOR, Common Good Atlanta, Phillips State Prison

  • Attend monthly session with incarcerated college students at Phillips State Prison
  • Consult individually with students about their essays for current U.S. history course   

, WREK Atlanta, 91.1FM

  • Deejay weekly shift for student-run indie-music radio station
  • Train new WREK members in station policies and board operation

2017      COORDINATOR, "TALKING RACE@TECH: STUDENT VOICES," March 7, 2017, Georgia Tech

  • Recruited and led a committee of 20 colleagues to stage an open student panel and workshop on issues of race and diversity in their undergraduate experience
  • Secured funding through selection for university Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship
  • Strategized event promotion with committee members, the Institute Diversity communications director, LMC’s CoLab, and WCP leadership
  • Drew audience participation from 70 students and faculty

2016    PARTICIPANT, TRANSOM TRAVELING WORKSHOP, Grady College of Journalism, University of Georgia

  • Selected for weeklong radio boot camp with radio producer Rob Rosenthal
  • Produced, wrote, and narrated NPR-style segment on poet Maggie Zurawski

2016     PRESS LIAISON, Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, Georgia Tech

  • Secured press coverage in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and ArtsATL for summer exhibit “Pure Pulp: Contemporary Artists Working in Paper at Dieu Donné”
  • Designed website to augment “Pure Pulp” experience via linked QR code with information about the featured artists’ bodies of work

2016     WRITER AND EDITOR (Selected)  

  • As Design Review editor for I.D. Magazine: solicited submissions, recruited staff, scheduled and facilitated judging sessions, managed editing of annual competition issue
  • As associate editor for Interiors: wrote and edited features and departments for historic design magazine
  • As program coordinator for AIGA: coordinated local and national events for designers, illustrators, and educators; edited professional-standards handbook on fonts
  • As editorial intern for The Paris Review: screened manuscripts, fact-checked content, and retrieved and recommended archival material for 45th-anniversary issue
  • Placed written pieces in various publications, including Roads & Kingdoms, Interiors, Time Out, Romantic Circles, Textual Cultures, and 1913
  • Copyedited for various arts and culture platforms, including Princeton Architectural Press, Interiors, Time, New York, DailyCandy, and since 2017 > Explore Parts Unknown, online home of Anthony Bourdain’s popular travel show on CNN

2018     COURSE-DEVELOPMENT GRANT, Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, Georgia Tech

2017     DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION FELLOW, Office of Institute Diversity, Georgia Tech     

2016     POETRY FELLOW, Hambidge Creative Residency Program, Rabun Gap, Georgia

2016     WINNER, Annual Pedagogy Contest, NASSR/Romantic Circles

2016     MULTIMODAL INNOVATION AWARD, Writing and Communication Program, Georgia Tech



2013     PH.D., Department of English, Stony Brook University (SUNY)

  • Selected honors: Morton E. Kahn and David Erdman Award, Best Dissertation; Faculty/Staff Dissertation Award; Mellon Fellow in Humanistic Studies

1998     M.A., Writing Seminars (Poetry), Johns Hopkins University

1997      B.A with HONORS AND DISTINCTION, Department of English, Stanford University

  • Selected honors: Honors and Distinction in English, Phi Beta Kappa


2018     OF PAPER TOWELS AND PHOTOJOURNALISMRhetorical Questions (podcast)

2017     HALCYON LAWRENCE: WHEN I TALK TO SIRIFlash Readings by the Brittain Fellows (podcast)

2016      FIVE LONG WINTERS BY JOHN BUGGRomantic Circles (review of scholarly monograph)

2015     THE GREAT GUGGLE MUGGLE, 5 o’Clock Somewhere, Roads & Kingdoms (column)

2014     MORNING PHASE BY BECK, The Download, DailyCandy (album review)

2013     MT @THESHUTTLE: 1913 a journal of forms (poem)