Complete CV

Philip Brandon Gallagher                                                  IMG_20180903_175906.jpg

Iowa State University

513 Farmhouse Ln., Ames, IA 50010

Curtiss Hall, Rm 319-C

philip@iastate.edu

Education

2020     PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication
Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Committee Chair: Dr. Charles Kostelnick
Title: Technical Communication as Design: A Design Pedagogy
Dissertation subject: integrating design pedagogy and research in technical communication.

2012     M.A. in English: Composition, Rhetoric and Professional Communication
Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL
Committee Chair: Dr. Donna Binns
Title: A Study in Micro Discourse Community Learning: The Subject-Driven Micro Discourse Community Session Model
Thesis subject: developing collaborative pedagogical models for composition, learning communities, and writing centers.

2009     B.A. in English, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

2006     A.A. in English, Lake Land College, Mattoon, IL

Professional Experience

Teaching Experience
2015-Current   Graduate Student Instructor in English, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2018-2019        Graduate Teaching and Assessment Assistant in Accounting, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2013-2015        Humanities Faculty-Adjunct, Lakeland College, Mattoon, IL

2011                 Graduate Student Instructor, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

2005                 Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Lakeland College, Mattoon, IL

Administrative Experience
2015                 Adjunct Representative Board Member for HLC Reaccreditation, Lake Land College, Mattoon, IL

2014-2015        Adjunct Representative on Composition Curricular Development Board, Lake Land College, Mattoon, IL

2010-2011        ESL/ELL Conversation Group Coordinator, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Publishing / Editorial Experience
2012                 Assistant to the Editor of Bluestem (Dr. Roxane Gay), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

2012                 Associate Editor of The Vehicle, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Writing Center Experience
2010-2011        Writing Center Consultant, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

2004-2006        Writing Tutor, Lakeland College, Mattoon, IL

Research Experience
2019-Active     Design Pedagogy in Technical Communication, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2018-Active     Graduate Student Identity, Agency, and Authenticity in Online Biography Texts, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2018-Active     Phenomenology of Genre and Writing Performance Experience, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2017-Active     Perceptions of Diversity in Higher Education, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2017-Active     Navigating Technology in First-Year Writing Programs, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

2012                 New Media Pedagogy in Collaborative Composition Classrooms, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Research Skills

Certified Research Experience
Qualitative, Rhetorical assessments and Applied Communication research including IRB certification for Human Research and Citi program certifications.

Extended Research Experience

  • Design Thinking pedagogy
  • Applied Communication research
  • New Media literacy studies
  • Diversity and Inclusion initiatives
  • Linguistic Move / Step analysis and Needs-based analysis research
  • Corpus-based research, Qualitative methodological practices (grounded theory, thematic analysis, phenomenological inquiry, etc.)
  • Rhetorical analysis methods (linguistic analysis, network theory analysis, corpus-linguistics, etc.)
  • Knowledge Management Systems Analysis
  • Academic Databases research
  • Library Navigation research
  • Web-based Scholarly research

Publications

Journals & Collections
2019     Changing Culture, Changing Publics: Redesigning the Rhetorical Public. Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, Vol. 16.

2019     Redesigning Audiences in Technical Communication. SIGDOC ’19: ACM Special Interest Group in Document Design Conference Proceedings.

2019     Design: Changing Zeitgeists, Changing Communication. IVLA’s Book of Selected Readings 2018/19.

2015     Zeitgeist-Driven Pedagogical Evolution: Design Thinking Pedagogy & the Digital Era of Professional Communication. The Orange Journal of Graduate Student Writing.

Intra-Institutional
2012     A Study in Micro Discourse Community Learning: The Subject-Driven Micro Discourse Community Session Model. EIU Booth Library Thesis Collection.

2011     Business 1000: APA Style Sheet. EIU Writing Center, Writing Across the Curriculum Handout.

Zines
2011     “Hai- w/o ku,” “Ku- w/o hai,” “Haiku.” The Ukulele, Little Dipper ink. Issue No. 5.

2010     “-To Honor Nathaniel Hawthorne,” “electric-rain fall,” “visit my word house.” The Ukulele, Little Dipper ink. Issue No. 3.

2009     “Die Reise,” Green Boy,” “Newlywed Life,” “Post-Modern Epitome,” “The Spry Avian of Dawn,” “You = ?,” The Asterisk* 2009.

2008     “DwIFoFErRElNdT,” “The Moon Man,” “Mavericks,” “Untitled [It’s 10:15 p.m…],” The Vehicle Fall 2008.

Conferences

2020     Writing in the Commonplace Panopticons of Education: Students Finding the Felt Sense of Composing with Unfamiliar Tools Under the Gaze of Others. Panel co-presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Milwaukee, WI.

2019     ReDesigning Audiences in Technical Communication. Manuscript presented at the ACM: Special Interest Group in Document Design conference in Portland, OR.

2019     Changing Culture, Changing Public: Redefining the Rhetorician’s Rhetorical Public Audience. Manuscript presented at the Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing in Mankato, MN.

2019     Performing Genre and Embodied Cognition: The Phenomenology of Writing Performance Anxiety. Panel co-presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Pittsburgh, PA.

2019     Teaching the Academic Biography Genre and Agentive Identity Formation in an ESAP Humanities Course. Poster Presented at the Iowa State University Conference on Technology for Second Language Learning in Ames, IA.

2018     Programmatic Technology: Administrators, Technologies, and Documents. Panel co-presented at the Council of Writing Program Administrators conference in Sacramento, CA.

2018     “Um, Diversity Definition…That’s Hard:” Student Perceptions of Diversity. Paper co-presented at the Central States Communication Association Conference in Milwaukee, WI.

2018     “Tech is Pedagogy,” But Not in Many FYW Programs: WPAs Navigate Technology Roles, Shapes, and Motivations. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Kansas City, MO.

2018     “Um, Diversity Definition…That’s Hard:” Student Perceptions of Diversity. Paper co-presented at the Thomas L. Hill Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE) at Iowa State University in Ames, IA.

2017     Nature in Ultra High Definition: Defining Modal Function and how UHD Nature Imagery Enacts Viewer Reflection and Western Environmental Ideology. Paper presented at the Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul.

2016     Zeitgeist Dependent Pedagogical Evolution: Discovering Design Thinking at the Core of Technical Communication. Paper presented at the International Visual Literacy Association conference at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.

2016     Ernest Cline’s Armada: A Marxian Bulwark Against the Dystopian Future. Paper presented at the Southwest Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association’s 37th annual conference in Albuquerque, NM. 

2012     Byers’ The Captive Flame and An American Marxian Agenda. Paper augmented and presented at the Popular Culture Association’s / American Culture Association’s 42nd annual national conference in Boston, MA.

2012     The Ambient Awareness of Social Correspondence in Pride and Prejudice. Paper presented at Northern Illinois University’s Midwest Conference on Literature, Language, and Media in DeKalb, IL.

2011     Performance Theory in the Writing Center: A Dramatic Session Suggestion. Paper and performance presented at the regional Midwest Writing Center Association conference at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.

Campus Talks

2019     Hands-on Design Pedagogy: A Technical Communication Faculty Training Seminar. Seminar presented to Technical Communication Faculty participating in Design Pedagogy research in ISU’s AdvComm program in Ames, IA.

2019     Design Pedagogy in Technical Communication: A Training Seminar for Faculty. Seminar presented to Technical Communication Faculty participating in Design Pedagogy research in ISU’s AdvComm program in Ames, IA.

2019     Performing Genre and Embodied Cognition: The Phenomenology of Writing Performance Anxiety. Panel co-presented at the ISU English Department’s RPC Colloquium in Ames, IA.

2012     “Collette’s Hair,” “In Search of a Wallflower,” and “Reznikoff for a Day.” Poetic  reading presented at the Bluestem reception during the Lions in Winter event at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL.

2011     Love’s Parley and the Nature of Its Inconclusive Rhetoric in Love’s Labor’s Lost. Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University’s Annual English Studies Student Conference.

2011     Honorific Introduction of Dr. Heather Carver at the performance of her drama, Booby Prize, on Behalf of the English Department at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL.

2011     “…Speaking of Mrs. Jenkins…” Dramatic reading/performance presented at Eastern Illinois University’s Monodramatic performance event.

2010     Byers’ The Captive Flame and A Societal Marxian Agenda. Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University’s English Graduate Symposium.

2008     Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice: Shylock’s Deracination and the Loss of His Identity. Paper presented at Eastern Illinois University’s Annual Theatre Arts Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Journal Duties and Departmental Service

Reviewer
2019                 IVLA’s Book of Selected Readings, 2018/19

2018                 Journal of Business and Technical Communication

2017                 IVLA’s Book of Selected Readings, 2016/17

Service
2018                 ISUComm test-out grader for English 150 & 250

2013-2014        Lakeland College Composition Skills Assessment Committee

Awards and Honors

2019     Recipient of a Departmental travel award for ACM’s SIGDOC 2019 Presentation titled: “Redesigning Audience in Technical Communication.” Amount: $500.00

2019     Recipient of the Phorum Travel Grant for the CCCC Presentation titled, “Performing Genre and Embodied Cognition: The Phenomenology of Writing Performance Anxiety,” 2019. Amount: $75.00

2019     Recipient of a Departmental and PAG travel awards for CCCC Presentation titled: “Performing Genre and Embodied Cognition: The Phenomenology of Writing Performance Anxiety.” Amount: $750.00

2018     Recipient of a Departmental and PAG travel awards for CWPA Presentations titled: “Programmatic Technology: Administrators, Technologies, and Documents.” Amount: $750.00

2018     Top Paper Panel Award (Intercultural Division) given by the selection committee of the Central States Communication Association conference.

2018     Recipient of a Departmental and PAG travel awards for the CCCC Presentation titled: “Tech is Pedagogy,” But Not in Many FYW Programs: WPAs Navigate Technology Roles, Shapes, and Motivations.” Amount: $750.00

2017     Recipient of a Departmental and PAG travel awards for the GPACW Presentation titled: “Nature in Ultra High Definition: Defining Modal Function and how UHD Nature Imagery Enacts Viewer Reflection and Western Environmental Ideology” Amount: $750.00

2017     Recipient of the Iowa State University English Department’s Excellence in Teaching Award for distinguished instruction and pedagogical service.

2016     Recipient of a Departmental and PAG travel awards for the IVLA Conference Presentation titled: “Zeitgeist Dependent Pedagogical Evolution: Discovering Design Thinking at the Core of Technical Communication.” Amount: $750.00

2016     Recipient of the Richard Johnson-Sheehan award for the SWPACA Conference Presentation titled: “Ernest Cline’s Armada: A Marxian Bulwark Against the Dystopian Future.” Amount: $200.00

2016     Recipient of a Departmental and PAG travel awards for the SWPACA Conference Presentation titled: “Ernest Cline’s Armada: A Marxian Bulwark Against the Dystopian Future” Amount: $750.00

2012     Recipient of the Williams Travel Grant for the MWCA Conference Presentation titled: “Performance Theory in the Writing Center: A Dramatic Session Suggestion.” Amount: $300.00

2012     Recipient of the Williams Travel Grant for the PCA/ACA National Conference Presentation titled: “Byers The Captive Flame and an American Social Marxian Agenda.” Amount: $300.00

2012     Featured twice in the 2012 Graduate Journal of Scholarship while at Eastern Illinois University.

2009     Graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in English from Eastern Illinois University.

Other Skills and Qualifications

  • Nine years’ experience in English as an instructor of record across 3 institutions—Iowa State University, Eastern Illinois University, and Lakeland College.
  • Experience with Writing Program Administration
  • Experience with Writing Center Administration and advisement
  • Trained in writing workshop coordination
  • Trained ESL/ELL writing consultant
  • Experience teaching online and face-to-face with: Blackboard, Canvas, D2L, Moodle, McGraw Hill Connect & LearnSmart, Cengage Aplia, GoReact and other digital CSM and LMS suites
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud suite and CS 6/5 programs, Moodle and WordPress ePortfolio management and web-publishing, and Submittable web-submission systems

References

  1. Kostelnick, Charles, Associate Professor, Associate Chair of English Faculty Development, Iowa State University (429 Ross Hall / chkostel@iastate.edu)
  2. Russell, David R., Associate Professor, Senior Editor of JBTC, Iowa State University (251 Ross Hall / drrussell@iastate.edu)
  3. Tye-Williams, Stacy, Assistant Professor, Assistant Director of Graduate Education, Iowa State University (364 Carver Hall / styewill@iastate.edu)
  4. Binns, Donna, Associate Professor of English, Director of English Education, Eastern Illinois University (ph. 217-581-6299 / djbinns@eiu.edu)
  5. Johnson-Sheehan, Richard, Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Purdue University (428 HEAV / rjohnso@purdue.edu)
  6. Vance, Bremen, Graduate Assistant Instructor and Assistant Director of ISUComm Foundation Courses, Iowa State University (306 Ross Hall / bvance@iastate.edu)

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