Megan M. McIntyre, PhD

Hinman Box 6250, Hanover, NH 03755   |   megan.m.mcintyre@dartmouth.edu   |  meganmmcintyre.com


EDUCATION

PhD (2015), University of South Florida, Rhetoric and Composition

MA (2009), University of South Florida, English Literature

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Sonoma State University (Rohnert Park, CA)

  • Assistant Professor, English Department, July 2018-Present
  • Director, First-Year Composition Program, English Department,  August 2018-Present

Dartmouth College (Hanover, NH)

  • Assistant Director for Program Development, Institute for Writing and Rhetoric, July 2015-June 2018
  • Lecturer, Institute for Writing and Rhetoric, July 2015-June 2018

University of South Florida (Tampa, FL)

  • Coordinator, The Writing Studio, April 2014-June 2015
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, English Department, May 2009-June 2015
  • Assistant Coordinator, The Writing Studio, May 2013-April 2014
  • Junior Writing Program Administrator & Mentoring Coordinator, First-Year Composition Program, English Department, May 2011-May 2013
  • Curriculum Developer, First-Year Composition Program, English Department, May 2009-May 2011

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Articles and Chapters

  • McIntyre, Megan and Laura Ewing. “An Intercultural Analysis of Social Media Advocacy in Disaster Response.” Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication: Scholarly and Pedagogical Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2018.  [forthcoming Spring 2018] 
  • McIntyre, Megan, Rik Hunter, Kerry Banazek, and Kelsey Camero. “Digital Research Methods: Databases, Ethics, Enactments, Histories, & Processes.” The Proceedings of the Annual Computers and Writing Conference Volume 1, 2016 & 2017. Eds Cheryl Ball, Chen Chen, Kristopher Purzycki, & Lydia Wilkes. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse, 2018.
  • McIntyre, Megan. “Reflection, Detours, and Postpedagogical Practice.” Textshop Experiments  2.1. 2016. Web.
  • Santos, Marc C. and Megan McIntyre. “Toward a Technical Communication Made Whole: Disquilibrium, Creativity, and Postpedagogy.” Composition Forum 33. 2016. Web.
  • McIntyre, Megan. “Agency Matters.” Peitho 18.1. 2015. Web. p. 25-28.
  • Branham, Sandy and Megan McIntyre. “Assembling New Port Richey.” Florida. Ed. Jeff Rice. Clemson, SC: Parlor Press, 2015. 
  • Santos, Marc C.,  Kristen Gay, Jason Carabelli, Lauren Cagle, Ellie Browning, Zachary Dixon, Sara Beth Hopton, and Megan McIntyre. “Our [Electrate] Stories: Explicating Ulmer's Mystory Genre.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 18.2. 2014. Web. 
  • Langbehn, Karen, Megan McIntyre, and Joseph Moxley. “Re-Mediating Writing Program Assessment.” Digital Writing Assessment and Evaluation. Eds. Heidi Mckee and Danielle DeVoss. Logan, UT: Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press, 2013. Web.
  • McIntyre, Megan. “Persuasion Beyond Logic: The Importance of Rhetorical Training for Military Officers.” Xchanges 7.2. 2011. Web.

Reviews

  • McIntyre, Megan. “Theorizing, Circulating, Writing: Moving Beyond through Postcompostion (A Review of Sidney Dobrin's Postcomposition).” Enculturation 15.1. 2013. Web.
  • McIntyre, Megan. “J.21 Start Playing Around: Videogames and Pedagogy in a New Key.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric and Technology 18.1. 2013. Web.

Refereed Articles In Process

  • “Productive Ambiguity and Postpedagogical Practice in First-Year Writing.” (Under consideration at Prompt; revise and resubmit, April 2017; resubmitted, October 2017; Accepted, March 2018)
  •  “Video Evidence and Vital Nonhumans.” (Under consideration at Technoculture, June 2017; revise and resubmit, October 2017; resubmitted December 2017)
  • "#YesAllWomen: Narrative Embodiment in Response to Gendered Violence." (Under consideration at Present Tense, May 2018)

Textbook Articles

  • McIntyre, Megan. "Preparing Employment Documents." A Rhetorical Approach to Professional and Technical Communication.  Ed. Cassandra Branham. 2014. Web.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "Ethos." Writing Commons. 2013. Web.
  • McIntyre, Megan and Jessica McKee. "Fallacious Ethos." Writing Commons. 2013. Web.
  • McIntyre, Megan and Jessica McKee. "Fallacious Pathos." Writing Commons. 2013. Web.
  • McKee, Jessica and Megan McIntyre."Fallacious Logos." Writing Commons. 2013. Web. 
  • McKee, Jessica and Megan McIntyre. "Fallacious Kairos." Writing Commons. 2013. Web. 
  • McIntyre, Megan. "Reading Editorials." Rhetoric Matters, 2nd Edition. Ed. Cassie Childs. New York: Bedford, 2012. Print. 173-175.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "On Organization: Classical (Aristotelian) and Rogerian Arguments." Rhetoric Matters, 2nd Edition. Ed. Cassie Childs. New York: Bedford, 2012. Print. 228-229.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "On Style - Paragraphs." Rhetoric Matters, 2nd Edition. Ed. Cassie Childs. New York: Bedford, 2012. Print. 270-277.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "Thesis, Introduction, and Conclusion: the Beginning and the End." Rhetoric Matters, 2nd Edition. Ed. Cassie Childs. New York: Bedford, 2012. Print. 277-284.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "Building Ethos in Writing." Negotiating Writing Spaces. Eds. Jennifer Yirinec and Lauren Cutlip. Plymouth, MI: Hayden McNeill, 2011. Print. 61-62.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "Reading Newspaper Articles." Rhetoric Matters. Eds. Megan McIntyre and Curtis LeVan. New York: Bedford, 2011. Print. 120-124.
  • McIntyre, Megan. "Ethos, Pathos, Logos and Kairos: Working Together." Rhetoric Matters. Eds. Megan McIntyre and Curtis LeVan. New York: Bedford, 2011. Print. 59-62.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

International Conferences

  • “Writing Centered: How Cross-Campus Partnerships Promote Writer Self-Efficacy.” International Writing Center Association Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. October 2015.
  • “iSessions: Re-Imagining Writing Consultations with New Media Technologies.” International Writing Center Association Conference. Orlando, FL. October 2014.
  • “Blurring Traditional Roles: Assessment of a Collaborative Teaching Model for First-Year Writing.” Writing Research Across Borders. Paris, France. February 2014.

National Conferences

  • “Social Media, Advocacy, and Disaster Response: An Analysis of Governmental and NGO Social Media Posts following the 2016 Louisiana Floods.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Minneapolis, MN. May 2018.  [forthcoming]
  • "Working With Sound: Audiobook Projects, Podcasts, and Pedagogy." Computers and Writing Conference. Fairfax, VA. May 2018. [forthcoming]
  • “Twitter's #OpenDoor: Material-Rhetorical Agency & Altruism in the Aftermath of Terror.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR. March 2017.
  • “From Cynicism to Kynicism to Kinecism: Moving Bodies to Engender Change.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Atlanta, GA. May 2016. 
  • “Distributing Responsibility: Reddit, Redesign, and the Aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombings.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Atlanta, GA. May 2016. 
  • “Researching the Twitterverse: Perils and Possibilities.” Computers and Writing Conference. Rochester, NY. May 2016.
  • “Connecting with VetSuccess: Making Space for Student Veterans in Writing Center Practice.” Computers and Writing Conference. Rochester, NY. May 2016.
  • “Friends of Grief: Facebook, Mourning, and Digital Identity.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Houston, TX. April 2016. 
  • “Risk, Responsibility, and Reddit’s Hunt for the Boston Marathon Bombing Suspects.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, Florida. April 2015.
  • “Working Across Campus: Supporting Student-Athletes through a Partnership between Athletics and the Writing Center.” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Normal, IL. July 2014. 
  • “#BostonHelp: Dependent Agency and the New Materialists.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, Indiana. March 2014. 
  • “My Reviewers: A Culture of Democratic Assessment?” Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference. Albuquerque, NM. July 2012.
  • “Denial 2.0: Hyperlinks, Identification, and the Virtual Policy Networks of Climate Change Denial.” Rhetoric Society of America Conference. Philadelphia, PA. May 2012.
  • “#Postpedagogy: Twitter and a Pedagogy of the Act.” Computers and Writing Conference. Raleigh, NC. May 2012.
  • “Writing in the Writing Classroom: Why the Writing Center Offers Composition Important Models of How to Encourage Agency and Aid Proficiency.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, Georgia. April 2011.

WORKSHOPS 

  • "The Work of Citation in the Age of Digital Reproduction." Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. April 2018.
  • "Making the Writing Workshop Work." Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. February 2018.
  • "Portfolios in Progress." Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. October 2017.
  • "Writing Beyond First-year Writing." Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. October 2017.
  • "Pacing, Grading, and Feedback with Portfolios." Institute for Writing and Rhetoric. Dartmouth College. July/August 2017.
  • "Reflection and Portfolios." Institute for Writing and Rhetoric. Dartmouth College. July/August 2017.
  • "Designing Your Portfolio." Institute for Writing and Rhetoric. Dartmouth College. July/August 2017.
  • “Integrating Portfolios and Reflective Writing: A Faculty Panel.” Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. November 2016.
  • “First-Year Writing According to Our Students: What do Student Reflections Tell Us about Their Learning?” Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. October 2016.
  • “Tools for Multimodal Composition.” Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning. Dartmouth College. October 2015.
  • “Giving Effective Feedback.” Chemistry Department Teaching Practicum, University of South Florida. October 2014.
  • “Writing Groups and Giving Feedback.” Chemistry Department TA Training, University of South Florida. August 2014.
  • “Writing in the RN-BSN Program.” College of Nursing New Student Orientation, University of South Florida. August 2014.
  • “Crafting ePortfolios and Web Presences.” Professional U., University of South Florida, April 2014.
  • “Navigating the Alt-Ac.” English Department, University of South Florida. April 2014.
  • “Creating a Persuasive Cover Letter.” Professional U., University of South Florida, March 2014.
  •  “Organizing Your Literature Review.” Dissertation Forum, University of South Florida. February 2014.
  • “Composing an Effective Resume.” Professional U., University of South Florida, February 2014.
  • “Rhetorically Reading a Job Ad.” Professional U., University of South Florida, January 2014.

GRANT FUNDING

  • Implementation Grant, Davis Educational Foundation, Fall 2017 ($244,500)
  • Experiential Learning Follow-Up Grant, Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, Summer 2017 ($16,000)
  • Faculty Fellowship, Leslie Center for the Humanities, Winter 2017 ($2600)
  • Experiential Learning Grant, Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, Spring 2016 ($32,000)
  • Researcher Grant, in collaboration with Karen Langbehn, International Writing Center Association, Spring 2014 ($750)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor, Sonoma State University, (2018-Present)
ENGL 345: Women Writers

Lecturer, Dartmouth College (2015-2018)
Writing 5: Parlaying with the Digital Pirates
Writing 5: Anonymous and WikiLeaks
Writing 8: Writing with Media - New Media Production

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of South Florida, (2007-2015)
ENC 1101: Composition I*
ENC 1101: Composition I: Workshop Model*
ENC 1102: Composition II*
ENC 1102: Composition II: Workshop Model*
ENC 1130: Improving College Level Writing*
ENC 3246: Communication for Engineers
ENC 3250: Professional Writing
ENC 4311: Advanced Composition: Digital Piracy
ENC 4311: Advanced Composition: Rhetoric, Technology, and Social Media
ENC 6745: Practice in Teaching Composition (Fall 2011, Fall 2012)*
ENC 6700: Studies in Composition Theory (Fall 2012, Fall 2014)

* indicates that materials, including major assignments, I developed were adopted by other instructors

Writing Center Consultant, University of South Florida, (2007-2015)

AWARDS & HONORS

  • Workshop and Seminar Fellow, RSA Summer Institute, Rhetoric Society of America, 2017 
  • GRID Fellow, “Gender Matters: Feminist Ecologies and Materialisms,” Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth, Spring 2016
  • Supervisor of the Year, University of South Florida, 2014
  • Workshop Fellow, RSA Summer Institute, Rhetoric Society of America, 2013
  • Irving H. Rubin and Mollie M. Rubin Award for Outstanding Graduate Student, English Department, University of South Florida, 2013
  • Provost's Commendation for Outstanding Teaching, University of South Florida, 2012
  • Joseph Bentley Teaching Fellowship, English Department, University of South Florida, 2012
  • First-Year Composition Leadership Award, English Department, University of South Florida, 2011

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Service to the Discipline

  • Reviewer, Studies in Popular Culture, March 2018-Present
  • Review Board Member, Xchanges, January 2018-Present
  • Editor, Academic Writing, Writing Commons, March 2017-Present
  • Editor, Rhetoric, Writing Commons, March 2017-Present
  • Webmaster, 50th Anniversary Dartmouth Writing Institute and Conference, May 2016- August 2016
  • Steering Committee Member, 50th Anniversary Dartmouth Writing Institute and Conference, May 2016-August 2016
  • Proposal Reviewer, Computers and Writing Conference, 2015
  • Member, Local Committee, Conference on College Composition and Communication, July 2014-March 2015
  • Assistant Editor, Writing Commons, January 2011-January 2013
  • Fiction and Copy Editor, Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, August 2009-May 2010
  • Organizing Committee Member, Florida Regional Writing Center Conference, October 2008-April 2009

Service to the College

  • Co-Chair, Dartmouth Writing Portfolio Working Group, Dartmouth College, September 2016-June 2018
  • Member, Institute for Writing and Rhetoric Steering Committee, Dartmouth College, July 2015-June 2018
  • Member, Dartmouth Centers Forum, Dartmouth College, April 2016-September 2017
  • Committee Member, Masters Thesis: "Critical Media Literacy: Televisual Representation of Underrepresented Groups," Brittany Murphy, Dartmouth College, Defended May 2017
  • Member, D-Vita Special Standing Committee, Dartmouth College, April 2016-September 2016
  • Advisor, Graduate Writing Tutors, University of South Florida, June 2013-July 2015
  • President, English Graduate Student Association, University of South Florida, May 2011-May 2012

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Association of Teachers of Technical Writing
  • Rhetoric Society of America
  • National Council of the Teachers of English
  • Council of Writing Program Administrators

TECHNICAL PROFICIENCIES

Digital Media Development and Editing
iMovie
Windows Movie Maker
Camtasia
Garage Band
Audacity

Content Management Systems
Blackboard
Canvas
Joomla
Sharepoint
Wordpress
Google Sites
Tutortrac
Accudemia
AccuTrack

Programming
HTML 5/CSS 3

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES

Christiane Donahue, PhD
Director, Institute for Writing & Rhetoric
Dartmouth College    
Hinman 6250     
Hanover, NH 03755
Christiane.K.Donahue@dartmouth.edu

Nicholas Van Kley, PhD
Director, Writing Support Services
Dartmouth College
Hinman 6250
Hanover, NH 03755
Nicholas.Van.Kley@dartmouth.edu 

Cassandra Branham, PhD
Director, Digital Studio
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. 
College of Arts and Sciences
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
branhac1@erau.edu 

Kate Pantelides, PhD
Co-Director, General Education English
Middle Tennessee State University
Department of English, MTSU, Box 70
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Kate.Pantelides@mtsu.edu

Carl Herndl, PhD                    
Professor, Rhetoric and Composition        
University of South Florida                
Mail Point: CPR 107                    
4202 E. Fowler Avenue                
Tampa, FL 33620                    
cgh@usf.edu                          

Thomas Rickert, PhD                    
Professor, Rhetoric and Composition        
Purdue University                    
West Lafayette, IN 47907                
trickert@purdue.com