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                  School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia

                   Faculty, School of Literature, Media, and Communication
                      Design and teach multimedia courses on writing, literature, and podcasting
                      Staged “Pulp, Print, Post,” sponsored exhibit of student broadsides
                      Won department’s Multimodal Innovation Award for sound and podcasting course

                  “Talking Race@Tech: Student Voices,” March 7, 2017, Office of Institute Diversity
                       Managed committee of 12 to stage a student-centered symposium about race on campus
                       Oversaw design, production, and distribution of event’s promotional materials

                  Podcast Committee Founder, Writing and Communication Program
                      Launched initiative to foster sound-based pedagogy through workshops and podcasting
                      Assembled team to produce two new podcasts: Flash Readings and 4.33@Tech

                 Member and Operator, WREK Atlanta, 91.1FM
                     Deejay weekly shift for student-run indie-music radio station
                     Pitched and hosted one-off specialty shows on ’90s hip-hop and the Wood Brothers

                  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, Atlanta, Georgia
                     Secured press coverage for summer exhibit “Pure Pulp”
                     Designed and wrote content for website to augment visitors’ exhibit experience

2017         My writing has appeared in Roads & Kingdoms, DailyCandy, V Magazine, and Time Out
                  New York as well as academic journals. I have edited for numerous culture, fashion, and
                   design publications, from The Paris Review to New York and Princeton Architectural Press.
                   The following selection represents the range of my experience.

                   Explore Parts Unknown, Roads & Kingdoms / CNN, New York | 2017
                      Copyedit features for online home to Anthony Bourdain’s CNN show Parts Unknown

                  DailyCandy, New York | 2002–4, 2010–14
                      Copyedited and wrote commerce and editorial content for daily email newsletter
                      Created style guide and counseled editors on questions of style

                  Great Leap Forward, by Rem Koolhass (Taschen), New York | 2001
                      Line-edited the manuscript about the Dutch architect’s project in China’s Pearl River Delta

                  American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York | 2001
                      Organized and promoted events for typographers, illustrators, and educators
                      Coordinated national conferences on design history and film and television design

                  I.D. Magazine, New York | 2000
                     Managed competition, writers, and editorial content of the Annual Design Review

                 The Paris ReviewNew York | 1999
                     Screened manuscripts and selected letters by Donald Hall for 45th-anniversary issue

2017         Diversity and Inclusion Fellow
                   Office of Institute Diversity, Georgia Institute of Technology

2016         Poetry Residency
                    Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA

2016        Winner, NASSR/Romantic Circles Pedagogy Contest
                   North American Society for the Study of Romanticism and Romantic Circles

2016         Annual Teaching Award for Multimodal Innovation
                   Writing and Communication Program, Georgia Institute of Technology

2016         KairosCast Fellow
                    Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy

2015         Exhibition Grant, “Pulp, Print, Post” 
                    Office of the Arts, Georgia Institute of Technology

2015         Summer Creativity Grant, “Emotive Fruition and Radiolab
                   School of Literature, Media, and Communication, Georgia Institute of Technology

2014         Morton E. Kahn and David Erdman Award, Best Dissertation
                    Department of English, Stony Brook University

2012         Distinguished Travel Award
                    Graduate School and Graduate Student Organization, Stony Brook University

2012         Roger Rosenblatt Prize, Best Dissertation Chapter
                    Department of English, Stony Brook University

2010         Faculty/Staff Dissertation Award
                    Graduate School, Stony Brook University

2010         Mellon Dissertation Seminar in the Humanities
                    Stony Brook University

2010         Summer Travel Fellowship
                    Northeast Modern Language Association

2009        Isaiah Thomas Stipend, Summer Seminar in the History of the Book
                    American Antiquarian Society

2009        Scholarship to the School of Criticism & Theory at Cornell University
                    Humanities Institute at Stony Brook, Stony Brook University

2008–      News Literacy Graduate Fellow
10               School of Journalism, Stony Brook University

2008         Alan Babich Memorial Prize for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching
                     Department of English, Stony Brook University

2007          Graduate Assistant
                     Humanities Institute of Stony Brook

2004          Thomas Flanagan Graduate Essay Prize
                      Department of English, Stony Brook University

2003          Pieper Merit Award
                      Graduate School, Stony Brook University

2002          Mellon Fellow in Humanistic Studies (declined)
                      Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

1997           Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society
                      Stanford University



GEORGIA TECH | 2014–17
Hear First. Argue Later. (Composition I), Fall 2014, Spring 2016, Summer 2017

Letters to the World, Self and the Evidence of Experience (Composition II), Summer 2016, Spring 2017

Siri's Progeny: Voice and the Future of Interaction Design (Composition I), Fall 2016

Romanticism’s Social Media (Composition II), Spring 2015, Fall 2015

Romantic Experiment: The Science of Transport (Upper-Division Literature Survey, Summer 2015 (Long Session)

News Literacy (Journalism 101), TA, 2008–10

Coleridge: Poetry, Prose, Poetics (Upper-Division Seminar), Summer 2008

Poetry Out Loud (Honors Program Elective Seminar), Spring 2007

Introduction to Poetry (Intro for Majors), Fall 2006/Spring 2007

Introductory and Intermediate Writing (Traditional Composition), 2004–6

Early American Literature: Contact to 1860 (Survey for Majors), TA, Spring 2004

History of the English Language (Major Requirement), TA, Fall 2003, Fall 2007


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


2017           > “Halcyon Lawrence: When I Talk to Siri,” Flash Readings by the Brittain Fellows (podcast)

2017            > “Maggie Zurawski: Write or Fight?,” Transom (radio segment)

2016            Five Long Winters by John BuggRomantic Circles (review)

2016            > “#justanotherday,” 4.33@Tech (podcast)

2015            > “The Great Guggle Muggle,” 5 o’Clock Somewhere, Roads & Kingdoms (column)

2014            > Morning Phase by Beck, The Download, DailyCandy (review)

2013            > “MT@theshuttle:1913 a journal of forms (poem)