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Publications & Presentations

Invited Presentations

  • Transitioning to College Writing Symposium.  Featured Speaker.  "Taking on the Challenge: Peer Tutors and the Two-Year College."  University of Mississippi. October 1, 2015.  Oxford, Mississippi.
  • Isa Cultural Center, Bahrain National Library.  "Fostering Effective Peer Groups."  Workshop for primary and secondary school teachers.  November 13, 2014.  Manama, Bahrain.
  • Arabian Pearl Gulf School. "Understanding Writing Assignments."  Workshop for students.  November 13, 2014. Manama, Bahrain.
  • Isa Cultural Center, Bahrain National Library.  "Effective Written Feedback."  Workshop for primary and secondary school teachers.  November 12, 2014. Manama, Bahrain.
  • Modern Knowledge School.  "Giving Effective Peer Feedback."  Workshop for students. November 12, 2014. Manama, Bahrain.
  • Isa Cultural Center, Bahrain National Library.  "Helping Students to Understand Writing Assignments."  Workshop for primary and secondary school teachers.  November 11, 2014.
  • Bahrain Teacher's College,  University of Bahrain.  "Fostering Peer Groups."  Workshop for faculty.  November 11, 2014. Manama, Bahrain.
  • Bahrain Teacher's College, University of Bahrain.  "Giving Effective Peer Feedback."  Workshop for students.  November 11, 2014. Manama, Bahrain.
  • Advanced Education College of the United Arab Emirates.  "Rhetorical Genre:  A Basic Guide."  Workshop for faculty.  November 9, 2014. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  • Advanced Education College of the United Arab Emirates.  "Understanding Writing Assignments."  Workshop for students.  November 9 & 10, 2014. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  • Middle East-North Africa Writing Centers Alliance.  Keynote Address: "Sustaining Writing Centers through Endurance and Diversity."   November 7, 2014.  Dubai, United Arab Emirates. 
  • South Central Writing Centers Association Conference.  Keynote Address:  "Peer Tutoring:  The Essential Contact Zone."  February 22, 2013.  Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing.  "Ron Maxwell Award Acceptance."  November 3, 2012.  Chicago, Illinois.
  • IWCA Summer Institute. Leader for staff education, online and community college writing centers. July 2005: Lawrence, Kansas.
  • Rocky Mountain Peer Tutoring Conference.. Keynote Address:   "Writing Center Work in the 21st Century or Tutoring on the Panopticouch.  Utah Valley State College, Orem, Utah. March 3, 2000.

Conference Presentations

  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. "Workshop: Responding to Artistically-Inspired Projects: Recommendations, Strategies, and Resources." With Lindsay Sabatino, Brian Fallon, Sarah Blazer, Russel Carpenter, and Karen Head. October 19, 2019. Columbus, Ohio.
  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. "Kenneth Bruffee Memorial." With Shareen Grogan, Jennifer Staben, Melissa Ianetta, Karen-Elizabeth Moroski, and Adam J. Pellegrini.) October 18, 2019. Columbus, Ohio.
  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. "SIG: IWCA Regional Leaders." With Sherry Wynn Perdue. October 18, 2019. Columbus, Ohio.
  • TYCA West Conference. Community College-University Partnerships in Writing Studies: Working Together to Support Transfer Students. (Christie Toth, Cristina Guerrero, Clint Gardner, Nkenna Onwuzuruoha, and Jose Loeri.) "Reflections on Transfer Experience & Writing Centers." November 10, 2019. Reno, Nevada. 
  • 2019 Faculty Symposium for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Salt Lake Community College. Table Session on the impact of working as a peer writing tutor at a community college.  April 12, 2019. 
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication.  "Performing Professional Identity in the Writing Center: The Challenges of Contingency and Labor Activism in the Age of the Corporate University" with Lila Naydan and Maggie Herb.  March 16, 2019.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (in absentia with pre-recorded video).
  • TYCA National Conference. "Impact of Working as a Peer Tutor at a Community College Writing Center." March 13, 2019. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (via online). 
  • National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing.  "Writing Center Policies:  Where do they come from?  Why do they exist?" Roundtable presentation. Critiquing and Responding to the Flow and Circulation of Writing Center Ideology: Border Thinking and Friction. With Romeo Garcia, Jorge Ortega, and Jonathan Ramirez.  Nov 3, 2018. South Padre Island, Texas. 
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication. "Justifying the Labor of the Writing Center: Combating the Self-Selection Critique" with Christopher Blankenship. Mar 17, 2018. Kansas City, Missouri. 
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. "N/IWCA Conference Program Presentations about Race/Diversity/Ethnicity: Ana Analysis & Discussions." November 11, 2017. Chicago, Illinois. Presentation available at http://www.cgardner.org/2017/03/textual-analysis-of-niwca-conference.html .
  • Utah Community Literacy and Writing Consortium.  "Microaggressions: Body+Power+Justice." With Keith McDonald. March 24, 2017.  Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication. "Creating Change in Writing Centers through Labor Research and Activism." With Dawn Fels, Maggie Herb, and Lila Naydan. March 16, 2017. Portland, Oregon.
  • National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing.  Anti-racism Activism Special Interest Group. November 5, 2016.  Tacoma, Washington.  
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. Anti-racism Activism Special Interest Group. With Richard Sévère and Katie Levin.    October 15, 2016.  Denver, Colorado.
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication. "Inter-Institutional Writing Strategies: Community College/University Collaborations in an Urban Transfer Network."  With Lisa Bickmore, Christie Toth, Stephen Ruffus, Andrea Malouf, Nic Contreras, Shauna Edson, and Sandra Hernandez.  April 7, 2016.  Houston, Texas.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. "Writing Center Labor Crises and (r)Evolutions: Addressing the Problems of Contingency.  With  Dawn Fels, Maggie Herb, and Lila Naydan.  October 8, 2015.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference.  "Special Interest Group: Writing Center Labor Crises and (r)Evolutions: Addressing the Problems of Contingency."  October 8, 2015.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference.  "Ignite: Growing Writing Center Communities Online: New Avenues for Research, Collaboration, and Support."  October 10, 2015.  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing Joined Conference,  Antiracism Activism SIG\ with Andrea Malouf, October 31, 2014, Orlando, Florida.
  • International Writing Centers Association and the National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing Joined Conference.  "PeerCentered: What We Can Learn from 15 Years of Peer Tutor Interaction."  October 31, 2014.  Orlando, Florida. 
  • Utah Community Literacy and Writing Consortium Tutorpalooza. "Questioning Questioning:  a Discussion of 'Questioning in Writing Center Conferences.'" June 5, 2014. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • The Community College National Center for Community Engagement 23rd Annual International Conference. "Conversations—Honest Conversations—About Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Identity" with Andrea Malouf.  May 21, 2014.  Scottsdale, Arizona.
  • National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing.  Ron Maxwell Award Presentation to Emily Hall.   November 2, 2013, Tampa, Florida.
  • National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing,  Antiracism Activism SIG:  The Race Card Project with Andrea Malouf, November 2, 2013, Tampa, Florida.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. Playing with Mobile Technologies: Options for Creativity and Innovation in the Writing Center with Jennifer Wells.  October 27, 2012.  San Diego, California.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference.  Spaces and Expectations: Shifting Writing Center Practice and Pedagogical Dynamics Inside and Outside of the Writing Center with Andrea Malouf and Faye Fischer.  October 25, 2012.  San Diego, California.
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication.  Gateways to Leadership: A Reflective Roundtable on Opportunities Within NCTE and CCCC with Glenn et al.  March 22, 2012.  St. Louis, Missouri. 
  • National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing.  "Creating an Online Multiliteracy Center."  With Joe McCormick and Brandon Alva.  November 5, 2011.  Miami, Florida.
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication.  "A Culture of Learning: The Effects of Working in a Community College Writing Center on Peer Writing Tutors." April 8, 2011.  Atlanta, Georgia. 
  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring Joint Conference.  "The Effects of Working as a Peer Tutor on Community College Students."  November 4, 2010.  Baltimore, Maryland.
  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring Joint Conference. "Writing Center Director as WPA:  Perspectives from IWCA and CWPA.  With Melissa Ianetta, Elizabeth Keenand, Barbara Lutz, Linda Bergman, and Lauren Fitzgerald.  November 5, 2010.  Baltimore, Maryland.
  • International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring Joint Conference.  Two-year College Special Interest Group.  With Sherri Winans.  November 5, 2010.  Baltimore, Maryland.
  • TYCA Midwest.  "TYCA National: The Voice of the Two-Year College English Teacher" with Marilyn Valentino and Karla Brown.  October 1, 2010.  Des Moines, Iowa.
  • TYCA Midwest.  "Dual Credit: Separating the Wheat from the Chaff."  October 1, 2010.  Des Moines, Iowa.
  • Conference on College Composition and Communication. "Trickster Crossroads: The WC as research Collaborator." 18 March 2010. Louisville, Kentucky.
  • TYCA West Conference. "The Effects of Working as a Peer Tutor on Community College Students." October 9, 2009. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • TYCA West Conference. With Chuck Paine, Duane Roen, Greg Glau, Shirley Rose (80) “Community College Writing Programs and the Council of Writing Program Administrators: What We Can Learn from Each Other.” October 10, 2009. Salt Lake City, Utah
  • The Council of Writing Program Administrators Summer Conference, Workshop, and Institutes.
    "Writing for Life: NCTE's National Day on Writing." July 12-19, 2009. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • National Tutoring Association Conference. "The Effects of Working as a Peer Tutor on Community College Students." April 10-14, 2009. Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. "Writing Center Assessment 102: Running the Numbers--from Ideology to Methodology" pre-conference workshop with Neal Lerner (MIT), Jill Pennington (Lansing CC), Jason Mayland (Lansing CC), and Tiffany Turcotte (Michigan State University.) October 28-November 2, 2008. Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. Presiding Officer Address. Houston, April 2007.
  • International Writing Centers Special Interest Group. Conference on College Composition and Communication. 2005-2007.
  • International Writting Centers Special Interest Group. National Conference of Teachers of English. 2005-2007.
  • International Writing Centers Association Conference. "Writing Each Other: Strategies for Inter-Writing Center Collaborations" with Tiffany Rousculp.  Hershey, Pennsylvania, October 4, 2003.
  • National Council of Teachers of English Convention. "The Over-Teacherly: Comparing Faculty and Peer Tutors."  Baltimore, November 17, 2001.
  • Computers and Writing Conference. "OWL Workshop." Ball State University, May 2001.
  • North American Web Developers Conference.  "Moo in Your Face: Researching, Designing, and Programming a User-friendly Interface" with Mark Haas, Dakota State University.  Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. October 1998
  • Computers and Writing Conference. "Hatching an OWL." Presentation.  May 29, 1998. Gainesville, Florida.
  • National Writing Center Association Conference. "Conference Writing Center."  September 18, 1997. Park City, Utah.
  •  TYCA-West Regional Conference. "Sailing the Strange Waters of the Internet." October 15, 1994. Orem, Utah.

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Comments

  1. I attended the "effects of working as a peer mentor" presentation and learned a lot of good stuff from it. Is there an updated list of upcoming presentations for 2012 like this somewhere?

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  2. Hi Jake...I just noticed your comment. There are just my past work. I don't have anything about future work.

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