Center Graduate Students: Kaitlin Marks-Dubbs
Kaitlin Marks-Dubbs is a Ph.D. student in the Center for Writing Studies in the English Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Before entering the writing studies program at the University of Illinois, Kaitlin worked as a tutor at the Norman M. Eberly Writing Center at Dickinson College and as part of National College Advising Corps, writing recommendations for grant money and assisting Pennsylvania high school students in navigating the college and financial aid application processes to help them to matriculate to post-secondary institutions.
- Marks-Dubbs, Kaitlin. (2013). "Synthesizing Sponsorships: Toward a Lens of Composite Scholarship on Social Network Sites." First Monday, (13)4.
- Marks-Dubbs, Kaitlin. (2013). "Bodies Under Construction: Rhetorical Tactics for Re-Scripting Rape." Re/Framing Identifications. Michelle Baliff (Ed.) Long Grove: Waveland Press.
- Writing Across Media (Writing/Informatics 303)
- Principles of Professional Communication (BTW 250)
- First-Year Composition (Rhetoric 101, 102, 103)
- Academic Writing Program Tutorial (Rhetoric 100)
Administration and Academic Service
- Assistant Director of the Program in Professional Writing (Fall 2013-present).
- Graduate Student Representative (elected) of CWS Graduate Programs Committee (2012-2013)
- Peer Mentor, Undergraduate Writing Program (Fall 2011, Spring 2012)
- Rhetoric Advisory Committee, Undergraduate Writing Program (2011-2012)
- Computers and Writing, 2011, 2013
- Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2012, 2013
- Feminisms and Rhetoric, 2013
- Rhetoric Society of America, 2012
- Thomas R. Watson Conference, 2012
- Digital Media, Composing Economies, and Corporate Sponsorships of Writing
- Science, Technology, and Medical Studies
- Visual, Material, and Embodied Rhetorics of Activism and Advocacy
- Gender, Sexuality, and Body Studies