AI Ethics!

For my last talk of the year, I was honored to be invited to the classroom of the ASU Prep Poly Experience. These ASU Prep high school students have been hearing lectures from faculty in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts all semester about a wide array of topics. […]

Service Learning Project!

This Spring semester, my students in Social Media in the Workplace had the great opportunity to work with the Arizona Site Steward Program Foundation to redevelop a social media plan for the organization. The organization supports the Arizona Site Steward program, which consists of volunteers who monitor and help manage […]

Online Coverage of a New Class!

I’m delighted to announce that ASU Now took the time to interview me about the work I’ve been doing in relation to digital ethics and online controversies. I’ve been thinking about digital ethics for a long time via my co-hosted podcast Winning Slowly, and so I am thrilled to be […]

Crowdsource TPC

At CPTSC 2019, I discussed ways forward for teachers of social media in technical communication. There are few resources for tech comm social media teachers, and I argued that a centralized place to share materials would be a boon to teachers. Enter Crowdsource TPC, an initiative built by Chris Lam […]

Interviewed!

I was honored when one of my former students asked me to participate in an interview about my involvement in civic life. I talked for much longer than the five minutes allowed (but of course). You can see the edited-down version here: I’d like to note that fantastic Christian rock […]

A New Article!

I’m pleased to announce that I have a new article out today. It’s called “Artist Communication: An Interdisciplinary Business and Professional Communication Course.” It focuses on a course I taught while a doctoral student at the Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media program at North Carolina State University. If you’re looking […]

2018 Recap

Happy new year! As we charge ahead into 2019, I’d like to take a moment to look back on the year that was. The 2018 year was my first full year as an assistant professor at ASU. While I did complete some projects, I primarily laid groundwork that I hope […]

Assessment

Now that my first semester in Arizona State University’s Technical Communication program is over, I have a moment to take a breather and assess. Before the semester started, I traveled to Halifax to present my paper “Working outside: a problems-based approach for studying musicians and other extra-institutional individuals” at SIGDOC […]