About

I am an assistant professor in Towson University’s Department of English. I specialize in professional and technical communication and medical rhetoric. My current research project explores written and spoken communication practices in emergency medical services (EMS). My publications that discuss this project are available on my CV page. I also serve as the annotated bibliography editor for the journal Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society.

At Towson, I teach undergraduate business writing, technical writing, information design, and rhetoric of science courses. I also teach graduate courses in the Professional Writing Program. I have taught business writing for international students, introductory composition, and advanced composition for international students. Additionally, I have taught Writing Across the Curriculum to students and working professionals, including nursing faculty, paramedic students and educators, and animal science students.