|Shakespeare and the Actor
|Collaboratively taught with Marina Favila, a 200-level large-section (300-seat) course on the work of William Shakespeare and the Renaissance stage.
|Women in American Film
|A 200-level interterm intensive course offering an introduction to film studies and feminist theory
|Effective Writing II
|A second-semester composition course for first-year college students focused on writing about texts in literature and popular culture.
|Writing for the Sciences
|A second-semester writing course for first-year college students focused on writing in STEM majors
|Writing About Music
|A second-semester writing course for first-year college students focused on writing in Arts and Humanities majors
|A 200-level college course in poetry, focused primarily on appreciation and understanding of poetry’s role in various cultures across history
|Critical Thinking for the Liberal Arts
|A course in critical thinking and personal ethics designed for first-semester college students beginning in academia
|A college-level course offering practice in designing and delivering excellent oral communication using both individual speeches and team presentations
|Writing With Power
|A course designed for the Duke University “TIP” (Talent Identification Program), giving high school students a summer of writing instruction and experience at the college level