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Tanya K. Rodrigue, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, English & Coordinator, Writing Intensive Curriculum (WIC) Program

Salem State University, Salem, MA http://www.tanyarodrigue.com


trodrigue@salemstate.edu w. 978-542-6702

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Composition and Cultural Rhetoric, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, August 2010.

M.A. in English (Concentration in Composition), University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston,


MA, December 2005. Summa Cum Laude.

B.A. in English, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, May 2001.

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

Coordinator, Writing Intensive Curriculum (WIC) Program, Salem State University, Salem, MA

Assistant Professor, Salem State University, Salem, MA


ENG 833: Special Topics in Writing: Composing with Sound
ENL 317: Digital Writing
ENG 830: Digital Writing
ENL 110: Foundations of Writing
ENG 817: Contemporary Approaches to the Teaching of Writing
ENL 317: Internet Writing
ENL 101: Composition 1
ENL 300: Advanced Writing
ENL 102: Composition 2

Postdoctoral Fellow, Wheaton College, Norton, MA.


ENG 101: First-Year Writing
ENG 298: Advanced Argument
ENG 298: Digital Writing

Editor (1 year) Graduate Student Editing Center, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.

Teaching Assistant, Teaching Associate, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.


WRT 104: Introduction to College-Level Writing
SummerStart, HEOP Program
WRT 105: Practices of Academic Writing
WRT 195: Critical Research and Writing for Transfer Students
WRT 205: Critical Research and Writing
Teaching Assistant, Adjunct Faculty, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA.
ENG 101: Freshman English

Adjunct Faculty, Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA.


College Writing 102

Peer Writing Center Tutor (3 years), University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.

Professional Writing Center Tutor (1 year), Cambridge College, Cambridge, MA.

SCHOLARSHIP

Rodrigue, Tanya K. and Andrea Williams. Forword. New Teachers, New Teaching, and the
Liminality of TAships in Composition and Rhetoric. Anticipated Publication, 2018.

Rodrigue, Tanya K. The Digital Reader, The Alphabetic Writer, and The Space Between: A
Study in Digital Reading and Source-Based Writing. Computers and Composition.
Forthcoming (December 2017).

Rodrigue, Tanya K. Digital Reading: Genre Awareness as a Tool for Reading Comprehension.
Pedagogy, vol. 17, no. 2, April 2017, pp. 235-57.

Rodrigue, Tanya K. et al. Navigating the Soundscape, Composing with Audio. Kairos: A
Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, vol. 21, no. 1, 2016,
http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/21.1/praxis/rodrigue

Williams, Andrea, & Rodrigue, Tanya. (Eds.). Teaching Assistants and Writing Across the
Curriculum. Across the Disciplines, vol. 13, no. 3, 30 Sept. 2016,
http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/wacta/index.cfm

Williams, Andrea, & Rodrigue, Tanya K. TAs and the Teaching of Writing Across the
Curriculum: An Introduction. Across the Disciplines, vol. 13, no. 3, 30 Sept. 2016,
http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/wacta/intro.cfm

Rodrigue, Tanya K. An Epistemological Process for Multimodal Assignment Design. Special


Issue in Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies, vol. 3, no. 1,
July 2015, http://joglep.com/files/4914/3898/8732/11.TanyasFinalDraft_2.pdf

Rodrigue, Tanya K. Listening Across the Curriculum: What Disciplinary TAs Can Teach Us
about TA Professional Development in the Teaching of Writing. Teaching/Writing: The Journal
of Writing Teacher Education, Summer/Fall 2013,
http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/wte/vol2/iss2/5/

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Rodrigue, Tanya K. A Portrait of a ScholarIn Progress: An Interview with Louise Wetherbee
Phelps. Composition Forum, 47, Spring, 2013, http://compositionforum.com/issue/27/louise-
wetherbee-phelps-interview.php

Rodrigue, Tanya K. PostSecret as Imagetext: The Reclamation of Traumatic Experiences and


Identity. The Future of Text & Image, edited by Ofra Amihay and Lauren Walsh, Cambridge
Scholars Publishing, 2012.

Rodrigue, Tanya K. The (In)visible World of Teaching Assistants in the Disciplines: Preparing
TAs to Teach Writing. Across the Disciplines, vol. 9, no. 1, May 2012,
https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/articles/rodrigue2012.cfm

Review of Vision, Rhetoric, and Social Action in the Composition Classroom by Kristie S.
Fleckenstein. Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service-Learning, and Community Literacy, vol.
10, no. 2, 2011.

Rodrigue, Tanya K., Rebecca Moore Howard, and Tricia Serviss. Writing from Sources,
Writing from Sentences. Writing and Pedagogy, vol. 2, no. 2, 2010, pp. 177-192.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Rodrigue, Tanya K. Peaceful Warriors. Rocky Mountain Revival: An Audio Art Journal, 2017,
http://rockymtnrevival.libsyn.com/

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES, WIC COORDINATOR

Founder, Designer and Facilitator. WIC Mentor Program. Salem State University, Salem, MA,
2016-present.

Founder, Writer, Editor. Write to Learn, Learn to Write. Newsletter. Salem State University,
Salem, MA, 2014-present.

Founder, Designer and Facilitator. WIC Seminar Program. Salem State University, Salem, MA,
2013-present.

Founder, Designer and Facilitator. WIC Brown Bag Lunch Series. Salem State University, Salem,
MA, 2013-present.

Founder, Writer, Editor. Informal WIC website: https://salemstatewic.wordpress.com. Salem


State University, Salem, MA, 2016-present.

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Founder, Writer, Editor. Salem State University Writing Intensive Curriculum Website:
http://salemstate.edu/WIC. Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2013-present.

Founder, Writer, Editor. WIC Seminar Program Website: http://tanyarodrigue.com/ssuwic.


Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2013-2016.

Founder, Writer, Editor. Composing on Campus column in The Log. Salem State University,
Salem, MA, 2013-2015.

Co-Creator and Co-Organizer. Writing Vertically: SSU Writing Pedagogy Conference (annual).
Salem State University, Salem, MA, May 2014, 2015, 2016.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & TALKS

Pedagogical Tales from a Rhetorician Turned Audio Documentarian. New England


Conference on College Composition and Communication, Boston University, Boston, MA, May
2017.

Writing with Sound in a Pedagogy of Offering. Conference on College Composition and


Communication, Houston, Texas, April 2016.

Digital Reading Practices. Engaging Practices: A UMass Boston Conference on the Teaching
of Composition, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA, March 2015.

A Pedagogical Framework for Multimodal Assignment Design. Engaging Practices: A UMass


Boston Conference on the Teaching of Composition, University of Massachusetts Boston,
Boston, MA, April 2014.

Writing-Designated Courses in the New General Education Curriculum at SSU. Core Kick-Off
Event, Salem State University, Salem, MA, June 2013.

A Vertical Model of Writing Instruction: Exposing the Opportunities in Writing-Intensive


Courses. College of Arts and Sciences Retreat, Salem State University, Salem, MA, January
2013.

Rhetorical Dwelling in the 2012 Presidential Campaign. Conference on College Composition


and Communication, Las Vegas, Nevada, March, 2013.

Crosstalk Among Colleagues: Developing WAC TA Training Programs. Writing Program


Administration, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, July 2011.

Students Use of Sources in Classes Across the Curriculum. Conference on College


Composition and Communication, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2011.

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Teaching Genre and Genre Awareness: Helping Our Students Write Effectively in the
Disciplines. Faculty Lunch Talk Series, Wheaton College, Norton, MA, October 2010.

Understanding Students Use of Sources through Collaborative Research. Conference on


College Composition and Communication, Louisville, Kentucky, March 2010. Workshop.

Is There a TA in Sight?: Rethinking Who Counts as Faculty in WAC Training Sessions.


Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, Kentucky, March 2010.

Arc(hiving) Knowledge: Reconfiguring Collaborative Feminist Methodology as Collectivity.


Feminisms and Rhetorics, Lansing, Michigan, October 2009.

The (In)visible Worlds of Teaching Assistants Across the Curriculum: Guiding TAs in the
Teaching of Writing. SUNY Council on Writing, Buffalo, NY, April 2009.

Beyond Citation: Uncovering Student Source Use. National Conference on the Teaching of
English, New York, NY, November 2007.

Reading Autobiography: An Innovative Approach to the Teaching of Writing. Center for the
Improvement of Teaching, Boston, MA, January 2006.

Reconnecting Fragmented Language: Toni Morrisons Representation of a Composing Process


of Trauma. Graduate Student Colloquium Series, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston,
MA, December 2005. (Organizer, Moderator, and Presenter)

Harriet and John Jacobs: An Enduring Sibling Bond. University of Massachusetts Boston,
Graduate Student Conference, Boston, MA, May 2005.

WORKSHOPS & INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Providing Productive Feedback on Student Writing. First Year Experience Workshops. Salem
State University, Salem, MA April 2017.

Teaching Writing with Sound. BRAWN Summer Institute. Massachusetts Institute of


Technology, Cambridge, MA, May 2016.

Writing in Nursing. Nursing Department Retreat. Salem State University, Salem, MA, May
2016.

Writing at Salem State University. Social Work Department. Salem State University, Salem,
MA, October 2016.

High Impact Teaching Practices in Writing-Intensive Courses. High Impact Teaching Practices
Forum. Salem State University, Salem, MA, October 2016.

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W-II and W-III: What are They?; W-II and W-III: Accounts from the Field; Conducting
Peer Review in Writing-Designated Courses. General Education and Assessment Conference.
Salem State University, Salem, MA, May 2015.

Designing Effective Multimodal Assignments in Writing Courses. BRAWN Summer Institute.


Northeastern University, Boston, MA, May 2015.

Multimodal Literacy. Center for Teaching Innovation, Salem State University, Salem, MA,
May 2014.

Making Waves with Disciplinary Writing Fellows. 12th International Writing Across the
Curriculum Conference, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, June 2014.

Multimodal Composition in First-Year Writing. BRAWN Summer Institute. Boston University,


Boston, MA, June 2013.

Composition and Rhetoric as a Discipline. Summer Institute for Literary and Cultural Studies
(SILCS). Wheaton College, Norton, MA, June 2011.

Digital Reading: The Teaching of Modality-Genre Awareness for Screen Comprehension.


Tech N Talk. Wheaton College, Norton, MA, April 2012.

The Sociology Research Paper: Beginning the Writing Process. Student Writing Workshop in
Sociology of the Family: Families in Transition (SOC 235). Wheaton College, Norton, MA,
September 2011.

Introduction to the Field of Composition and Rhetoric and Life as a Postdoctoral Fellow.
Summer Institute for Literary and Cultural Studies (SILCS). Wheaton College, Norton, MA,
June 2011.

Who Hasnt a Clue? Introducing Students to Genre, Audience, Purpose and Context, and
Enjoying It!. First-Year Writing Workshop 2011: A Different Kind of Connection. Wheaton
College, Norton, MA, May 2011.

Talking about Invention. Co-leader. Faculty Salon. Wheaton College, Norton, MA, April 2011.

Writing Workshop: Teaching Students How to Work Ethically with Sources Across the
Discipline. Teaching and Learning Workshop Series, Wheaton College, Norton, MA,
November 2010.

Coding as Professional Development. Mini-Seminar. The Writing Program, Syracuse


University, Syracuse, NY, March 2008.

Behind Citation: Student Source Use in WRT 205. Graduate Colloquium, Syracuse University,
Syracuse, NY, February 2007.

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Note-taking, Blogging, and Archiving in Graduate School. Guest Speaker. Composition and
Cultural Rhetoric Course, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, September 2009.

Coding and The Citation Project. Guest Speaker. Composition and Cultural Rhetoric Course,
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, November 2009.

ACADEMIC SERVICE

Reviewer. Across the Disciplines. Present. (https://wac.colostate.edu/atd/)

Reviewer. Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. Present.


(http://enculturation.net/)

Reviewer. Currents in Teaching and Learning. Present. (http://www.worcester.edu/currents/)

Member. Honors Program Advisory Committee (HPAC). Salem State University, Salem, MA,
2016-present.

Member. The General Education Committee. Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2014-present.

Member. Composition Committee. Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2012-present.

Member. English Graduate Committee. Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2012-present.

Member. The W-II and W-III Subcommittee of the Curriculum Committee. Salem State
University, Salem, MA, 2013-present.

Chair. Search Committee for English (Writing Center Coordinator) Faculty Member. Salem
State University, Salem, MA, October 2015-March 2016.

Member. The Distinguished Teaching Award Committee. Salem State University, Salem, MA,
2014-2015.

Written Communication Category Liaison. The General Education Committee. Salem State
University, Salem, MA, 2014-2015.

Member. English Department Ad-Hoc General Education Committee. Salem State University,
Salem, MA, 2014-2015.

Member. The Presidents Advisory Committee on the Core Curriculum (PACCC). Salem State
University, Salem, MA, 2012-2013.

Member. Subcommittee for Written Communication for PACCC. Salem State University, Salem,
MA, 2012-2013.

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Member. Search Committee for English (Literature/Education) Faculty Member. Salem State
University, Salem, MA, October 2013-February 2013.

Creator and Content Writer. Writing Program website: http://wheatoncollege.edu/writing.


Wheaton College, Norton, MA, September 2010-May 2012.

Founder, Writer, Editor. Lines From Lyons column in The Wheaton Wire (School Newspaper):
http://www.thewheatonwire.com. Wheaton College, Norton, MA, September 2010-May 2012.

Member. Graduate Committee. The Writing Program, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY,
August 2008-May 2009.

Grader for the Writing Proficiency Exam and Portfolio, University of Massachusetts Boston,
Boston, MA, January 2006.

PROFESSIONAL WRITING

Freelance Writer, Literature Compass (http://www.literature-compass.com), September-


December 2004.

Freelance Feature and News Reporter, March-August 2003.


(Taunton Gazette; The Patriot Ledger; Boston Globe North; Salem Evening News)

News Reporter, The Daily Item, Lynn, MA, June 2002-March 2003.

City Desk Editorial Assistant, The Boston Herald, Boston, MA, June 2001-March 2002.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Nomination for Distinguished Teaching Award, Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2016.

Nomination for Distinguished Teaching Award, Salem State University, Salem, MA, 2015.

Mini-Grant. Digital Reading Practices and Source-Based Writing. Salem State University,
Salem, MA, 2013.

Certificate in University Teaching (Future Professoriate Program), Syracuse University,


Syracuse, NY, May 2010.

Teaching Assistant, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA, January 2005.

Research Assistant, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA, August 2004.

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MEMBERSHIPS

National Council of Teachers of English, NCTE


Conference on College Composition and Communication, CCCC
Modern Language Association, MLA

ACADEMIC INTERESTS

Writing Across the Curriculum; Multimodality; Digital Reading and Writing; Visual Rhetoric;
Composition History, Theory, Philosophy and Pedagogy; Rhetorics of Trauma; Rhetorics of
Memory

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