EDUCATION

Ph.D., Arizona State University

Rhetoric, Composition, and Linguistics

Dissertation Title: “Bringing-before-the-eyes”: Visuality and Audience in Greek Rhetoric

Committee: Shirley K Rose (co-chair), Kathleen S. Lamp (co-chair), and Maureen Daly Goggin

May 2016
M.A., Northwest Missouri State University

English Language and Literature (Composition)

 Aug. 2010
B.A., Northwest Missouri State University

Journalism (magna cum laude), minor in Writing

May 2006

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Lecturer

The Writing Program
David and Dana Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

University of Southern California

2016-current
Teaching Associate (Instructor of Record)

Department of English

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2010-2015
Faculty Associate

Department of English

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2013-2014
Faculty Associate

University Academic Success

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2011
Graduate Student Instructor

Department of English

Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO

2009
Graduate Assistant

University Writing Center

Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO

2009
Undergraduate Student Instructor (Practicum Courses)

Department of Mass Communication

Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO

2005-2006

 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

Assistant Director of Writing ProgramsDepartment of English

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2013-2014,2010-2011

 

PUBLICATIONS

Bommarito, Daniel V., and Brent D. Chappelow. “A Writing-about-Writing Approach to First-Year Composition.” Syllabus Journal, Fall 2017 issue.

Rose, Shirley K, Susan Naomi Bernstein, and Brent D. Chappelow. “Arizona State University Writing Programs in the Department of English,” in Writing Program Architecture: Thirty Cases for Reference and Research, edited by Jamie White-Farnman and Bryna Siegel Finer, Utah State University Press, (in press).

NATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Rhetorical Performance, Audience, and Cultural Memory.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Pittsburg, PA, March 2019.

“Rhetoricking Genre: Teaching Subversion through Form.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO, March 2018.

“Your Transition Toolkit: Successfully Moving from Graduate Student to Early Career Professional.” Pre-Conference Workshop for the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO, March 2018.

“An Encomium to the Rough Draft: Student Peer Review as Epideictic Rhetoric.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR, Mar. 2017.

“Visualization and Vivacity, Seeing and Knowing.” Panel presentation with Art Walzer and Monica Westin, Richard Graff as respondent. Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA, May 2016. (proposed)

“How Do You Make Open Research Clear and Productive?” Council of Writing Program Administrators, Normal, IL, Jul. 2014.

“(Greek) Glory of the Romans: Subversive History in Roman Antiquities.” American Society for the History of Rhetoric. San Antonio, TX, May 2014.

“Words as Images: Perception and Imitation in Ancient Greek Rhetoric.” Rhetoric Society of America, San Antonio, TX, May 2014.

“Establishing Borders of Purpose: Revitalizing and Situating an RSA Student Chapter in the University.” Rhetoric Society of America, San Antonio, TX, May 2014.

“Metawriting: Writing about Writing Students Write about Their Writing.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN, Mar. 2014.

“ViTA: A Visual Ethnography of Teaching and Learning Writing in an American University.” Poster presentation (designer) at Writing Research Across Borders Conference, University of Paris West Nanterre La Defense, Feb. 2014.

“Throwing Shade with Aristotle.” National Communication Association. Washington, D.C., November 2013

“Placing Your ‘Brand’: Writing Programs Visibility Work and Identity Construction.” Council of Writing Program Administrators. Albuquerque, NM, July 2012.

“Seeing the Words: The Verbal-Visual Connection in Aristotle’s On Rhetoric.” Rhetoric Society of America, Philadelphia, PA, May 2012

“Comparing Student Attitudes in WAW and Non-WAW Courses.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Saint Louis, MO, Mar. 2012.

“Holding onto the Known in the Tutor-to-Teacher Transition.” International Writing Centers Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing. Baltimore, MD, Nov. 2010.

 

REGIONAL AND LOCAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Writing Programs as a Site of Inquiry: A Seminar of Research Initiatives at ASU.” Arizona State University Composition Conference. Tempe, AZ, Mar. 2012.

“Establishing Place in the Online Writing Classroom.” Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference. Tempe, AZ, Oct. 2011.

“Writing about Writing in Arizona State’s First-Year Composition Sequence.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 2011.

“Writing about Writing in the First-Year Composition Sequence.” Arizona State University Composition Conference. Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2011.

 

LOCAL INVITED PRESENTATIONS

“From Coursework to ABD: Successful Strategies,” Graduate Scholars of English Association, Department of English, Arizona State University, Oct. 2014.

“Writing a Successful Proposal for the RSA Institutes,” Rhetoric Society@ASU, Arizona State University, Sept. 2014.

“Life After Coursework,” Rhetoric Society@ASU Workshop, Arizona State University, Oct. 2013.

“Writing a Literature Review,” ENG 500: Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition, course taught by Doris Warriner, Arizona State University, 21 Oct. 2013.

“Writing a Literature Review,” ENG 500: Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition, course taught by Maureen Daly Goggin, Arizona State University, 5 Oct. 2012, and 3 Oct. 2011.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

WRIT 150: Writing and Critical Thinking (16 sections)

WRIT 340: Advanced Writing (6 sections)

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

ENG 101: First-Year Composition (2 sections)

  • Co-designed a writing-about-writing curriculum
  • Conducted research project gathering student feedback and attitudes from the course via surveys and reflective writing submissions

ENG 102: First-Year Composition (3 sections)

  • Co-designed a writing-about-writing curriculum
  • Developed a pilot survey for WAW research in ENG 101
  • Team-taught course with Teaching Assistant Scott Montgomery

ENG 107 First-Year Composition (for Multilingual Writers) (3 sections)

ENG 216: Persuasive Writing about Public Issues (1 section) (Hybrid format)

ENG 301: Writing for the Professions (4 sections)

ENG 302: Business Writing (1 section) (Hybrid format)

WAC 101: Introduction to Academic Writing (Stretch/Basic Writing) (1 section)

 

Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO

ENG 10-111: Composition (1 section)

  • Team-taught section with Associate Professor Beth Richards

MC 20-150: Journalism Practicum: Yearbook (2 sections)

MC 20-350: Advanced Journalism Practicum: Yearbook (1 section)

 

TUTORING EXPERIENCE

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, Scottsdale Center: 2012, 2015-2016

  • Provided one-on-one tutoring for students ranging in age from 5 to 21 with various learning disabilities (autism, ADHD, dyslexia) and/or language backgrounds (ESL tutoring for L2 learners)

University Writing Center, Northwest Missouri State University: 2009-2010

 

PROFESSIONAL EDITING EXPERIENCE

Manuscript Copy Editor, Kathleen S. Lamp, A City of Marble: The Rhetoric of Augustan Rome, University of South Carolina Press, 2013.