Below, you’ll see links to the syllabi and materials for courses I’ve recently taught. These links are each password protected; if you would like to view a course, email me at email@example.com.
This course, designed for grad students, is an Advanced Topics in Writing Center Studies Course centering on disability and accessibility in Writing Center work.
This course is intended for undergraduates and focuses on both fundamental writing center practices and the anti-racist, anti-oppressive scholarship that moves the field forward.
This course, designed for grad students, focuses on programmatic mission, strategic planning, and navigating institutional policies and documents.
This course, designed for first year students, provides an introduction to civic engagement and identity development through writing.
This course can be taught at the graduate or undergraduate level, and focuses on the intersections of affective neuroscience, trauma, and memoirs.
This course, designed for undergraduate students, provides an overview of peer to peer academic support and collaborative learning — ideal for training learning center tutors.