Composition and Rhetoric Courses

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ENGL 1301 Composition and Rhetoric I

I have taught multiple sections of this expository writing course throughout my career in face-to-face, online, and dual credit formats with course caps varying from 24 to 28. Institutions include: University of Texas at Arlington, Eastfield College, Tarrant County College, and Collin College. Please visit the "Teaching" section of my UTA Mentis profile for my most recent ENGL 1301 Syllabi. 

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ENGL 1302 Introductory Argument

I have taught multiple sections of this traditional rhetoric course at the University of Texas at Arlington. Recently, I developed and taught a special service-learning section of this course focused on the subject of "Processing Immigration" (Spring 2018, Fall 2018). My community partner for the service-learning requirement is Catholic Charities of Fort Worth's Immigration Clinic.  Please visit the "Teaching" section of my UTA Mentis profile for my most recent ENGL 1302 Syllabi, including the service-learning syllbus.  

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ENGR 1300 Engineering Problem Solving

I have taught multiple sections of this four-credit hour course, which is required for undergraduates majoring in engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. As an instructor, I taught the technical writing component of this large lecture course with course caps ranging from 72 to 99 students. The engineering professors alongside whom I co-taught this course include: Program Director and Senior Lecturer Dr. David Ewing; and Senior Lecturers Dr. Rosie Kellie and Dr. Kathryn Wallis.