Joseph Craig

Contact Information

Joseph Craig

Lecturer

  • Full-Time Faculty

Profile

Joe Craig is a lecturer in the Department of English teaching composition. He has also taught online courses and taught for the Intensive English Program. Currently, Joe is teaching first and second-year writing seminars. Drawing on the mission of the University and its Marianist roots, Joe’s ENG 200 course explores poverty in the United States. Examining the role that poverty plays in education, health, and family life, the seminar aims to challenge our assumptions about poverty and the mechanisms of class in the U.S. Outside of the classroom, Joe enjoys exploring nature and cultivating his knowledge of birds and native plants. 

Degrees

  • Master of Arts, English - Writing, University of Dayton
  • Bachelor of Arts, English - Literature, Wright State University
  • TEFL Certification, University of Toronto

Presentations

Access, Constraints, and Disconnections in Digital Writing and Writing Program Curriculums. Co-presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference, University of Louisville. October 2014.

Digital Composition and the Common Core. Co-Presented at Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts, Columbus, Ohio. March 2013.

“Good Fences, Good Neighbors”: The Importance of Writing Program Agency in the Development of G.E. Course. Presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference, University of Louisville. October 2012.

Cultivating the Next Crop of English Majors: Approaches to Preparing High School Students for College English Studies. Presented at Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts, Columbus, Ohio. March 2012.

Power, Position, Pedagogy: Three Perspectives on Composition Curriculum Re-Design. Co-Presented at North Carolina State University’s Symposium on Teaching Writing, North Carolina State University. February 2012.