Stratton Hall 408, 1005 14th St., Colorado School of Mines. Golden, CO 80401
Education: 1972-75: Boston College; B.A., M.A. English.
1977-78, 80-81: SUNY Buffalo; M.A. English, awarded 1981; A.B.D.
Exam areas: Shakespeare, Modernism, the Novel. Minor: Music. Academic Honors: Phi Beta Kappa; summa cum laude; Finneran Commencement Award; A&S Honors Program; Order of the Cross and Crown: Boston College. Teaching Experience: Colorado School of Mines, Liberal Arts and International Studies, Adjunct Instructor, 2004-2006; Lecturer, 2006-2011; Teaching Associate Professor, 2011-present. -Nature and Human Values
-The Literature of War and Remembrance -Critical Perspectives on 20th Century Literature
Red Rocks Community College, Department of English, Adjunct Faculty, Writing Center tutor, 1999-2002. -Composition Fundamentals -English Composition Boston College, Department of English and the Evening College, Lecturer, 1978-80 and 1981-88. -Critical Reading and Writing -Survey of British Literature -The Craft of Writing -Modern Fiction -American Masterpieces -Popular Literature in America -Experiments in 20th-Century Fiction -New Forms, New Fictions Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Senior Seminar Summer Faculty, 1984, 1985, 1987. -Writing for Government SUNY Buffalo, Department of English, T.A., 1977-78, 80-81.
-Advanced Writing Administrative Experience: CSM, Writing Center Coordinator, 2007-2010. Awards: CSM, Alumni Teaching Award, 2008; Order of Omega Teacher of the Year, 2011. Publications: *Ars Lyrica, Summer 1993: “In the Pantheon of the Moderns.” *Editors‟ Notes, Spring 1990: “The „Fit Audience‟ in the Marketplace.” *Mosaic, Fall 1985: “Approaching the Musical Text.” *The Writing Instructor, Summer 1985: “Plumbing the Bottom Line.” *Criticism, Fall 1980: “Dialogue and Discourse in the Symphony of Psalms.” (*Articles appear under the name Rose A. Zak.)
Presentations: Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference, San Antonio, 2011: “Teaching Art and Nature in „Nature and Human Values.‟”
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, 2010: “Teaching „Life Stories.‟” International Association for Environmental Philosophy, Eugene, 2008:
“Ecopedagogy and the Aesthetics of Nature.”
Colorado Writing Tutors Conference, Fort Collins, 2006:
“Tutoring the Transition to College Writing.”
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, 2006: “„A Letter to God‟: Kenneth Patchen‟s Theo/Teleology.”
Colorado Writing Tutors Conference, Colorado Springs, 2005: “Writing Center as Emergency Room.”
Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, 2005: “The Shy Pornographer Prowls the Limberlost: Kenneth Patchen and Gene Stratton-Porter.” National Council of Teachers of English, Charlotte, 1997: “Narrating Language Acquisition.” 20th-Century Literature Conference, Louisville, 1991: “Collaborative Modernity.” Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association International Conference, Montreal, 1987: “Televised/Textual Thematics: New Pedagogies of Form.” Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association International Conference, Toronto, 1984: “Redeeming American Ironies: Tender Mercies.” Modern Language Association, Washington, 1984: “Strategies for Liberating Part-Time Faculty.” Modern Language Association, New York, 1983: “Narrative/Lyric Tension in l‟Histoire du Soldat.” “Politics and Economics of Higher Education: the Part-Time Teacher.”
Persian Journal of Acarology, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 335–339. Corresspondence Mites associated with the date palm ( Phoenix dactylifera L.) in Larestan (Fars province), southern Iran Department of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agriculture, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran; e-mails: maryam_majidi81@ yahoo.com; email@example.com Date palm ( Phoenix dactylifera L.) is one of t
Curriculum Vitae David E. Ross, M.D. Narrative summary Dr. Ross is the director of the Virginia Institute of Neuropsychiatry and clinical assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He completed medical school and residency in psychiatry at VCU. After that, he finished a fel owship in neuropsychiatry at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, University of Mar