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writing and rhetoric educator

Suzanne Mackie Bordelon, American writing and rhetoric educator. Recipient Outstanding Faculty and Staff award, San Diego State University, 2004, Demmert Appreciation and Recognition award, University Alaska, 2002. Member of Modern Language Association, National Women's Studies Association, Writing Program Administration, Rhetoric Society of America, National Council of Teachers of English.

Background

Bordelon, Suzanne Mackie was born on March 12, 1962 in Brampton, Canada. Daughter of Ian and Eileen Patience (Weaver) Mackie.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism and History, University Washington, 1984. Master of Arts in Literature and Language, California State University, Chico, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy in Rhetoric and Composition, University Oregon, 1998.

Career

Reporter Skagit Valley Herald, Mount Vernon, Washington, 1986—1987, Record Searchlight, Redding, 1987—1992. Assistant professor English University Alaska, Fairbanks, 1998—2002. Coordinator upper division writing San Diego State University, since 2002.

Works

Membership

Member of Modern Language Association, National Women's Studies Association, Writing Program Administration, Rhetoric Society of America, National Council of Teachers of English.

Connections

Married Robert Michael Bordelon, July 16, 1989. 1 child Nicholas Ian.

father:
Ian Mackie

mother:
Eileen Patience (Weaver) Mackie

spouse:
Robert Michael Bordelon

child:
Nicholas Ian Bordelon