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Thank you for volunteering to be a reviewer at the 2018 Computers and Writing Conference for the Sweetland DRC. Please fill in your information below to indicate which sessions you would like to review, up to two sessions. You may choose a session from the list below that hasn’t been listed by someone else, or enter the information for the session(s) you plan to review. Once you have signed up below, you will receive an email confirming your choices. Please email DRCfellows@umich.edu with any questions.
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Reviewer NameAffiliationEmail addressNumber of Reviews I plan to compose (1or 2)Sessions that I will review (please use letter & number, e.g., A9)short bio (one to two lines)
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1Dan MartinUniversity of Central FLpaul.martin@mail.ucf.edu1
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2Madeline ShaughnessyGeorge Mason University, VAmgraha16@masonlive.gmu.edu1Madeline is an MA student in Mason's Professional Writing & Rhetoric Program, expected December 2018. She works full-time for a small consulting firm that conducts analysis for NASA.
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3Sweta BaniyaPurdue Universitybaniya@purdue.edu 2Graduate Research Network and one another session, or storify too? Sweta, orignially from Nepal is a third year PhD student at Purdue. She is interested in Digital Rhetorics, Professional and Technical Writing.
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4Liana ClarkeFlorida State Universitylec12@my.fsu.edu2Saturday Keynote; B.3 panelLiana just finished her first year of her M.A. at Florida State University's TRhetoric and Composition program. She is excited to continue her work looking at the intersection of digital and cultural rhetoric, focusing on language and identity performance.
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5Joel BergholtzFlorida State Universityjmb10c@my.fsu.edu1B4
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6Matt HomerVirginia TechHomer@vt.edu1C5
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7Aaron GeigerNorthern Illinois Uageiger1@niu.edu
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8Maryana BoatenreiterMiami Universityboatenmr@miamioh.eduE11Maryana is a MA student in Miami University's Compostion and Rhetoric program. Shes interested in anti-racist and feminist pedagogy and the intersections of place-based and digital activism.
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9Brandy DieterleUniversity of Central Floridabrandy.dieterle@ucf.edu1Keynote: Friday Lunch
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10Elizabeth L. JonesIllinois State Universityeljone3@ilstu.edu1 or 2C4 and possibly F9Elizabeth is a Ph.D. candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Illinois State University and is researching engagement in the context of reflective writing and multimodal composition. She has used board games and card games in her first-year writing and business writing courses.
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11Jenae CohnStanford Universityjdcohn@stanford.edu1 or 2E7, maybe something else?
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12S. Andrew StoweAnderson university Sstowe@andersonuniversity.edu1E8Drew is an assistant professor of English and the director of the Writing and Multimedia Center at Anderson University.
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13Victoria HouserClemson Universityvhouser@clemson.edu1B.12
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