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JENNIFER L STEWART

Department of English
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
540MC 278, Dept 2703
615 McCallie Ave
Chattanooga, TN 37403
Jlstewart107@gmail.com  @JennLStewart  jennlstewart.wordpress.com

A C A DE MI C A P P O I N T ME N T S

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE AT CHATTANOOGA Chattanooga, TN

Assistant Professor of English, Director of Composition, Department of English 2016-Present

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE Fort Wayne, IN

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of English and Linguistics 2014-2016


Associate Director of Writing 2014-2016
Writing Center Advisor 2014

Continuing Lecturer, Department of English and Linguistics 2002-2014

Associate Faculty, Department of English and Linguistics 2000-2002

Graduate Assistant, Department of English and Linguistics 1997-2000

Instructor, Continuing Studies 2004-2015

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Fort Wayne, IN

Instructor 1999-2008

E D UC AT I ON

Ph.D., Rhetoric and Composition, Digital Literacies, Ball State University, 2014
M.A., English, American Literature, Indiana University, Fort Wayne, 2000
B.A., English (major), Creative Writing, Spanish, Humanities (minors), Ball State University, 1997
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P UB L I C AT I ON S

Stewart, J. (2017). “Introduction Discussion Forums in Online Writing Courses Are Essential. No, Really.
They Are.” In K. Blair & E. Monske (Eds.), Writing and Composing in the Age of MOOCs. Hershey, PA:
IGI Global.

Drouin, M., Stewart, J. VanGorder. K. (2015). A Methodological Triangulation Approach to Examining


the Effectiveness of a Mentoring Program for Online Instructors. Accepted for November publication in
Distance Education

Stewart, J., Baker, N., Chaney, S., Hashimov, E., Imafuji, E., McNely, B., Romano, L. (2012). A
Qualitative Metasynthesis of Activity Theory in SIGDOC Proceedings 2001–2011. In SIGDOC '12:
Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference on Design of Communication. New York: ACM.

Stewart, J. (2012). Spotlight on professional writing. BallPoint: The Ball State University Writing
Program Handbook Eds., E. Hashimov and S. Hedge, Volumes 1 and 2, Ball State University.

Hashimov, E., Stewart, J., Romano, L., Baker, N. L., & Imafuji, E. (2012). Meaning in mediation:
Microstudies in situatedness. White paper for the Rhetoric and Writing Studies PhD program and
Professional Writing and Emerging Media Undergraduate Program, Ball State University.

Stewart, J. (2010). The IPFW Writing Program Student Handbook. Cengage, 2010.

WORK-IN-PROGRESS

Stewart. J. Reconsidering the Purpose and Power of SETs in the Online Writing Class. (revise/resubmit
WPA: Writing Program Administration)

AWA RDS A N D RE C OG N I T I ON S

Kairos Awards for Graduate Students and Adjuncts, Teaching, 2014

IPFW Community Advisory Council Service-to-Students Award, 2014

Nominee, DECCO Award for Innovative Online Teaching, 2010, 2013, 2014

IPFW Summer Instructional Development Grant, “Development of a faculty development website for
writing faculty,” 2004. $2,000

Outstanding Associate Faculty Member nominee, 2002

C O N FE RE N C E / WO R KS H OP P RE S E N TAT I ON S

NATIONAL

Stewart, J. “There’s No Rule Book for This: New WPAs’ Experiences in the Age of Austerity.” Council of
Writing Program Administrators Conference. University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN. July 2017.
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Stewart, J. “Cultivating Capacity, Creating Change: Assessing the Future of Online Writing Instruction
(OWI).” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Oregon Convention Center,
Portland, OR. March 2017.

Stewart, J. “Co-Mentoring via Intentional Interaction: Or How I Learned to Stop Feeling Isolated and
Use Social Media for More than Quizzes.” Part of ““Fostering Academic Collaborations: Co-Mentoring as
Strategic Action in Rhetoric and Composition.” Conference on College Composition and
Communication. George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX. March 2016.

Stewart, J. “Understanding Online Writing Course Interaction and Tool Use.” Research Network Forum.
Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and
Convention Center, Tampa, FL. March 2015.

Stewart, J. “Who’s Being Assessed, Here? Challenging the Discourses of Accountability.” Council of
Writing Program Administrators Conference. Illinois State University. Normal, IL. July 2014.

Stewart, J. “Retooling Mechanizations for Researching Computers and Writing: Graduate Researchers
Sharing Data, Stories, and Challenges from Four Qualitative Projects.” Computers and Writing.
Frostburg State University. Frostburg, MD. June 2012.

Stewart, J. et al. “A Qualitative Metasynthesis of Activity Theory in SIGDOC Proceedings 2001–2011.”


SIGDOC. Seattle, WA. October 2012.

Stewart, J. “Assessing Online Writing Course Student Evaluation Methods and Response Rates.”
Computers and Writing. North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC. May 2012.

Stewart, J. “Using Digital Spaces to Negotiate the Borders of the Graduate Student/Teacher Experience.”
College English Association. Richmond, VA, March 2012.

Stewart, J. “Assessing On-Line Course Design: Implementing the ‘Quality Matters’ Rubric.” Conference
on College Composition and Communication. Marriott and Louisville Convention Center, Louisville,
KY. March 2010.

Stewart, J. “Professional Development for Adjunct Faculty: Encouraging Part-timers to Be Reflective


Practitioners.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, IL. March 2006.

Stewart, J. "Using Semiotics and Technology to Raise the Research Paper to the Next Level." NCTE
Convention, Indianapolis, IN. November 2004.

Stewart, J. “Four Approaches to Exposing Hidden Assumptions and Identifying Explicit Perceptions
in First-Year Composition.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Chicago, Illinois.
March 2002.

Stewart, J. “Using Technology to Obtain Recognition and Funding: The Design and Implementation of a
Computer Database Recording System.” NCPTW Conference, Allentown, Pennsylvania (accepted to
present), November 2001.
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REGIONAL

Stewart, J. “Negotiating and Redefining the Identity of a Writing Center-in-Flux.” East Central Writing
Centers Association. South Bend, IN. April 2015.

Stewart, J. “Doing More Than Trusting Our Guts: Systematic Reflection as Instructional Validation.” Fort
Wayne Teaching Conference, Fort Wayne, IN, February 2015.

Stewart, J. “Using Digital Spaces to Negotiate the Borders of the Graduate Student/Teacher Experience.”
Indiana College English Association, Anderson University. Anderson, IN, October 2011.

Session moderator, Fort Wayne Teaching Conference, “Guess Who’s Coming to College,” Fort Wayne,
IN, 2009.

Stewart, J. “Why Are We Doing This?: Re-examining and Redefining Critical Thinking in the Writing
Classroom and Beyond,” Fort Wayne Teaching Conference, Fort Wayne, IN. February 2008.

Stewart, J. “Creating Coherence in a Disparate Writing Program: Developing and Adopting Model
Syllabi,” Fort Wayne Teaching Conference, Fort Wayne, IN. February 2007.

Stewart, J. “Balancing and Lightening the Load: Student Responsibility and Instructor Workload in the
Composition Class.” Area Deans’ Conference, Fort Wayne, IN. February 2005.

Stewart, J. “From Teacher Assessment to Student Ownership: The Process of Finding and Developing
‘Writing Wings.’” Area Deans’ Conference, Fort Wayne, IN. February 2004.

Stewart, J. “Critical Reading and Critical Writing Equal Critical Thinkers.” Indiana Teachers of Writing
Conference, Indianapolis, IN. October 2003.

Stewart, J. “Priming the Pump: Exposing Hidden Assumptions and Identifying Explicit Perceptions in
Beginning Composition.” Indiana Teachers of Writing Conference, Bloomington, IN. October 2001.

Stewart, J. “Using Technology to Obtain Recognition and Funding: The Design and Implementation of a
Computer Database Recording System.” ECWCA Conference, Granville, Ohio. September 2001.

Stewart, J. “Combating our Concerns: Working with ESL Writers.” ECWCA Conference, Lansing,
Michigan. February 2000.

Stewart, J. “’Revealing the Good’: Helping Students Succeed through a Contextual Analysis of Their
Own Writing.” Indiana Teachers of Writing Conference, Indianapolis, IN. October 2000.

Stewart, J. “Students Evaluate, Teachers Respond: The Creation, Use, and Rationale of Student
Evaluations of College Writing Instructors.” Indiana Teachers of Writing Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
October 1999.

INVITED

Stewart, J. “Grant Writing Workshop.” Invited presentation. Spring Immersion Program. Indiana Tech,
April 2014.
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Stewart, J. “Getting Student to Do More than Parrot Information: Discussion Boards as a Critical
Thinking Tool.” Invited presentation. IPFW Spring Teaching Conference, March 2014.

Stewart, J. “I'm not your buddy': Student behavior in the classroom and online.” Invited presentation.
CELT 12 O’Clock Scholars Brown Bag Session, January 2011.

Stewart, J. “The Philosophies, Practices and Preventative Techniques on Unintentional Plagiarism,”


Invited presentation. October 2005.

Stewart, J. “Using a Web Page to Enhance Your Classroom Organization and Interaction.” Invited
presentation. IPFW Associate Faculty Conference, 2004.

C O U RS E S TA UG H T

UTC ENGLISH DEPARTMENT DATE (SECTIONS)

ENGL 1010: Rhetoric and Composition I Jan 2017 (1)


ENGL 1020: Rhetoric and Composition II Aug 2016 (1)
ENGL 4980: Senior Seminar: Deconstructing the English Major Aug 2017 (1)
ENGL 5270: Teaching College Writing Jan 2017 (1)

IPFW ENGLISH DEPARTMENT DATE (SECTIONS)

ENG W129/ENG W130: Principles of Composition Jan 1998-Dec 2008 (18)


ENG W131: Elementary Composition*+ Aug 1997-Dec 2013 (35)
ENG P131: Elementary Composition Practicum+ Aug 2002 (1)
ENG W135: Elementary Composition—Intensive Aug 2000-Jun 2001 (2)
ENG W232: Introduction to Business Writing Aug 2003-Dec 2006 (12)
ENG W233: Intermediate Expository Writing*+ Aug 2001-Present (60)
ENG W235: Introduction to Web Authoring*+ Jan 2014-Dec 2016 (2)
ENG W331: Business and Administrative Writing* Aug 2008-July 2016 (40)
ENG W397/C507: Writing Center Theory and Praxis+ Spring 2015 (1)
ENG W425/C625: Research Methods for Professional Writers+ Jan 2015-June 2016 (2)
ENG W462/C682: Digital Literacies*+ Aug 2013-May 2016 (3)
ENG W400/C505: Issues in Teaching Writing+ Fall 2014-Dec 2015 (3)
ENG C506: Teaching Composition Practicum+ Fall 2014-Dec 2015 (2)

* denotes online or hybrid sections taught


+ denotes course design/redesign

IPFW CONTINUING STUDIES SECTIONS

GMAT, LSAT, GRE Test Prep, written portion 11


SAT Test Prep, written portion 4
Business Writing—Corporate Training Courses 4
Grant Writing: Finding and Acquiring Funding 1
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A DMI N I S T R AT I V E E XP E RI E N C E

Director of Composition, UTC 2016-Present


Associate Director of Writing, IPFW 2014-2016
Writing Center Faculty Advisor, IPFW 2014-2015

S E RV I C E

PROFESSIONAL

 Discussion Leader, Computers and Writing Graduate Research Network, 2014, 2015, 2017
 Discussion Leader, Computers and Writing Graduate Research Network Job Market Workshop,
2014, 2015, 2017

UNIVERSITY—UTC

 New Faculty Pedagogy Course, 2017

DEPARTMENTAL—UTC

 Composition Committee, chair 2016-present


 One Year Review Committee, 2016-present
 Young Southern Writers, judge, 2017

UNIVERSITY—IPFW

Strategic Enrollment Management Action Team: Online Success Interventions, 2014

Blackboard Fellow Course Advisory Committee, 2012

Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching


 Advisory Board Member, 2007-2010
 Communication Committee, 2007-2011
 Newsletter Editor, 2007-2011
 Newsletter Copy Editor, 2011-2015

IPFW Writing Center


 Re:Write! (a newsletter for writing consultants and teachers of writing), editor, 2000-2001

DEPARTMENTAL

 Composition Committee, 2001-2002, 2004-Present; chair 4 years


 New Student Orientation Advisor, 2013-Present
 Professional Writing Committee 2011-Present
 Undergraduate Assessment Committee, 2013-2015
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 Library Committee, 2013-2014


 Publications Committee, 2008-2013
 Website development and revisions, 2011
 WIReD, Writing Instructor Research and Development website, developer/monitor, 2004-2009
 Writing Instructor’s WebCT, 2003
 Grade Appeals Committee, 2003
 Associate Faculty Graduate Aide Council, chair, 2001-2002

P RO FE S S I ON A L ME MB E RS H I P S

College Composition and Communication

College English Association

National Council of Teachers of English

SIGDOC: Special Interest Group on Design of Communication

P RO FE S S I ON A L C O N S ULT I N G

Writing Program Assessment, Kettering College, 2012, invited

Technology Coordinator, IPFW Writing Center, 2000-2002

Consultant, IPFW Writing Center 1998-2002

DI G I TA L L I T E R A C I E S

Course Management Systems: Blackboard

Desktop Publishing: Multiple Word Processing/Office Suites

Collaborative editing/file sharing: Google Drive, Dropbox

Content Management System: Wordpress

Audio and Video: iMovie, Audacity, ScreenOMatic

Desktop Publishing: Adobe Creative Suite