Keith Dorwick Edit Profile
Bachelor in English, DePaul University, 1989; Master of Arts in English, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1991; postgraduate in English, University of Illinois, Chicago, since 1992.
Teaching assistant department English, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1989-1996;
graduate coordinator student computer assisted instruction laboratory, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1989-1992;
assistant director department English, Evening Writing Center, 1994-1995;
research assistant Academy Data Network, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1995-1996;
instrumental media planner Office of Academy Affairs, University of Illinois, Chicago, since 1996. Visiting lecturer department English University of Illinois, Chicago, since 1997. Speaker Conference on College.Composition and Comm., Boston, 1991, San Diego, 1993, Washington, 1995, Milwaukee, 1996, Phoenix, 1997, Chicago, 1998.
Speaker faculty roles and rewards American Association Higher Education Conference, Orlando, Florida, 1998. Speaker International Congress on Cross-Dressing, Gender and Sex, Northridge, California, 1995. Workshop leader University of Illinois, Chicago, since 1995, William Rainey Harper College, Palatine, Illinois, 1997.
Speaker Allerton Community College/University English Articulation Conference, Monticello, Illinois, 1995, Conference on Christianity and Literature, Santa Clara, California, 1995. Workshop leader pre-convention workshops Conference College Composition and Comm., Milwaukee, 1996, Conference on Computers and Writing, Honolulu, 1997, Gainesville, Florida, 1998. Facilitator Faculty Summer Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, 1997.
Member commission on computers andcomposition Conference on College Composition and commission, 1995-1997. Co-investigator for several grants awarded to department English, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1995, associate head E-Works department English, 1996-1997.
Campus missioner Episcopal Campus Ministry, University of Illinois, Chicago, since 1997. Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English, Alliance for Computers and Writers, Milton Society American.
1989 - 1996
1994 - 1995
1995 - 1996