Old Dominion University
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technical communication, risk communication, visual risk communication, environmental communication, public engagement, rhetoric, usability, user experience
I’m an associate professor of English (technical communication and rhetoric) at Old Dominion University. My research foci include environmental risk communication, visual communication methods, and user experience. I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in technical writing and technical writing pedagogy.
- Ph.D., University of South Florida, Rhetoric & Composition, 2009—2013
- M.A., University of Windsor, English Language & Literature, 2007—2009
- B.A., University of Windsor, English Language & Literature, 2003—2007
- Technical consultant and designer on Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation Grant with Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. Work includes designing a flood rate and risk calculator for residents of Hampton Roads.
- User testing of calculator listed above; grant through the CCRFR (Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resilience) at Old Dominion University.
- Recently published work evaluating the usability of Climate Central’s Risk Zone Map
- Currently developing story map using Esri’s applications that includes video recordings of vulnerable residents in Hampton Roads and along Florida’s Space Coast. Project funded by ACM SIGDOC.