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Lee Ann Carroll

Emerita Professor of English
Humanities/Teacher Education Division, Seaver College
CAC 210

Education

  • BS, English, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1968
  • MA, English, New York University, 1982
  • PhD, Rhetoric, Linguistics, and Literature, University of Southern California, 1987
  • Pomo Blues: Stories from First-Year Composition. College English 59.8 (1997): 44-61., 1997
  • Using Comprehensive Portfolios to Assess General Education: What We Can Learn about Critical Literacy. Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Phoenix, AZ, 1997., 1997
  • Fifty Students Writing: A Faculty Perspective of Cross-Disciplinary Portfolio Assessment. Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Milwaukee, WI, 1996., 1996
  • How to Get Off the Track: A Postmodernist Approach to Developing an Enriched Curriculum for All Students. Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Washington, D.C., 1995., 1995
  • Extended Writing About Ethical Issues. CD-ROM Student Portfolio Project, Project Materials 1994-95. Presented to faculty, staff, and administrators, Malibu, June 1995., 1995
  • The Politics of Placement: Restructuring Writing Courses at a Liberal Arts College. CCCC, Nashville, TN, March 1994., 1994
  • Chair, State Advisory Board, California Writing Project
  • National Council of Teachers of English
  • College Composition and Communication Section, NCTE
  • Writing Program Administrators
  • California Association of Teachers of English

Topics

  • Co-developed the Writing and Rhetoric Emphasis in the English major
  • Co-directed the CD-ROM Student Portfolio Assessment project
  • Developed internship program for English majors
  • Developed Writing Support Program at Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Courses

  • English Composition
  • Language Theory
  • Writing Center Practicum
  • Composition Theory and Research
  • Writing and Rhetoric Internship