CV in Google Doc https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TByxrDegJzRchFQq7X71lGS9dAV27iZ9OLR2K2q69ikiM/edit?usp=sharing

 

Education

Ph.D., English, Rhetoric & Composition, English Department, Ohio University, Athens. Dissertation: Teaching Wikipedia: The Pedagogy and Politics of an Open Access Writing Community. Defended February 26, 2015. Awarded Outstanding Teaching Assistant. Ohio, 2010 2015.

M.A., English, Literature, English Department, Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky. Thesis: The Figure of Aporia in the Works of Coleridge, Tennyson, and Stevens. Awarded Outstanding Graduate Student. 2008 2010.

M.F.A., Creative Writing, Poetry, English Department, Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky. Thesis: The Willow and the Redbud: Poems. 2008 2010.

B.A., English,  English Department, Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, 2002 2005.

 

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor of English (Literacy Theory and History), Graduate Faculty in Composition and Applied Linguistics, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Fall, 2016 Present.

Visiting Assistant Professor of English (Composition, Rhetoric, and Basic Writing),  Ohio University Zanesville, Zanesville, Ohio, Fall, 2015 Summer, 2016.

 

Teaching Appointments

Graduate Teaching Associate, English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Fall, 2010 — Spring, 2015.

Instructor of English, Ohio University Upward Bound, Athens, Ohio, Summer, 2011.

Graduate Teaching Associate, English Department, Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, Fall, 2008 — Spring, 2010.

 

Administrative Appointment

Assistant Director of Composition, English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Spring 2012 Spring 2014.

 

Research Appointments

Claude Kantner Research Fellow, English Department, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Spring 2014 Spring 2015.

Graduate Fellow, Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, Fall 2014 Fall 2015.

 

Editorial Appointments

Associate Editor, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. PraxisWiki. Fall, 2014 — Present.

 

Grant Activity

Under Preparation (with Dana Driscoll and Mary Stewart), “Developing Open EducationalResources for First-Year Writing Nationwide: The Writing Spaces Project.” Faculty Professional

Development Council (FPDC). To be Submitted November, 2018.

Funded (with Dana Driscoll, Aleea Perry, and Laurel Shijuan), “Open Educational Resources Guest Speaker Grant.” Center for Excellence in Teaching Mini-Grant. $500. Submitted October, 2018.

Under Review (with Alexandria Lockett), “How do Rhetoric, Composition, and Writing Studies Faculty Engage Wikipedia? A Scaled Survey of Attitudes and Uses.” Conference  on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Research Initiative Grant. $10,000. Submitted September, 2018.

Unfunded, “Wikipedia Teaching Resource Library.” Center for Excellence in Teaching Mini-Grant. $500.  Fall 2018. Submitted October, 2018.

Funded (with Theresa McDevitt, Elin Woods, Stephanie Taylor-Davis, Veronica Paz, Crystal Machado, Lynn Botelho, and Waleed Farag), Technological Exploration and Innovation Fund for “Using Simple Robot Kits.” $1,059. Academic Computing Policy Advisory Committee (ACPAC). Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Submitted Spring, 2018.

Funded, Rapid Grant Project, “Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon.” $1,520. Wikimedia Foundation. 2017.

Funded, Research Travel Grants, 2011-2015. $2000 Ohio University English Department. Fall, 2013.

Funded (with Albert Rouzie and John Whicker), Institutional Research Portfolio Assessment Grant. $5000. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Spring, 2013.

 

Awards & Fellowships

WikiConference North America Scholarship. $500. Wikipedia Education Foundation. Fall, 2018.

WikiConference North America Scholarship. $620. Wikipedia Education Foundation. Fall, 2015.

Winner, Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. $300. Ohio University English Department. Spring 2015.

Winner, Alden Libraries Graduate Research Series. $200. Ohio University. Spring 2015.

Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Graduate Fellowship. $500. University of Michigan Center for Writing. Fall 2014.

Claude Kantner Graduate Fellowship. $15,000. Ohio University, Spring, 2014.

Winner, Pearson Emerging Pedagogies Research & Travel Grant. $750. Spring 2013.

Winner, 2009-2010 Outstanding Graduate Student. English Department. Morehead State University. Spring 2010.

Winner, Danny Miller Memorial Prize in Poetry. Northern Kentucky University. Fall 2009.

 

Teaching

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Fall, 2016 Present

English 101, Composition I. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Course Design: Habits of the Creative Mind. 1 section.  Course Design: Writing in Wikipedia. 2 sections. Course Design: Writing Across Communities and Genres. 1 section.

English 202, Composition II, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Course Design: Research, Information Literacy, and Democracy in the Age of Fake News. 2 sections.

English 220, Advanced Composition. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Course Design: Nonfiction Writing in Digital Media. 1 section.

English 614, Critical Pedagogy in English Education. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 1 section.

English 632, Composition Theory and Practice. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 1 section.

English 730, Teaching Writing. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 2 sections.

English 808, Technology & Literacy. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 1 section

English 830, Teaching Writing. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 3 sections.

English 831, Rhetorical Traditions. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 2 sections.

English 846, Digital Rhetoric. English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, Pennsylvania. 2 sections.

Ohio University Zanesville, Fall,  2015 — Fall, 2016

English d150, Developmental Writing. English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Zanesville, Ohio. Course Design: Writing Across Communities. 5 sections.

English 1510, Writing & Rhetoric I. English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Zanesville, Ohio. Course Design: Introducing Writing Knowledge; Habits of the Creative Mind. 3 sections.

English 3080j, Writing & Rhetoric II. English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Zanesville, Ohio. Course Designs: Digital Rhetorics & Literacies; Habits of the Creative Mind. 2 sections.

Ohio University, Fall 2010 — Summer, 2015

English 1. Ohio University Upward Bound. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Course Design: Introduction to Academic Writing. 2 sections.

English 1510, Writing & Rhetoric I. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Design: Writing about Writing. 4 sections.

English 3060j, Women & Writing. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Design: Women Writing in Digital Spaces. 1 section.

English 3080j, Writing & Rhetoric II. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio.
Course Designs: Digital Rhetorics & Literacies; Writing in Wikipedia; Writing About Writing. 4 sections.

English 3840j, Reading, Writing & Rhetoric in the Professions. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Course Design: Reading, Writing, and Rhetoric in the Professions. 3 sections.

English 5890, Teaching College Writing. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Teaching Assistant. 2 sections

English 7910: Professional Issues in Teaching College English. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Teaching Assistant. 2 sections.

Morehead State University, Spring, 2009 — Spring, 2010

English 100, Writing I. English Department, Morehead State University. Morehead, Kentucky. Course Design: Elements of Argument. 2 sections.

 

Publications: Articles Under Preparation

Vetter, Matthew A., Brent Lucia, and Oksana Moroz. “Posthuman Critical Regionalism and Locative Media: Interrogating the Rhetorics of Place in Google Lens.” Enculturation. Under Preparation.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Broadening Representations of Rhetoric in Wikipedia: Disciplinary Praxis as Graduate Pedagogy.” Studies in Higher Education, Special Issue on Wikipedia teaching. (Solicited). Under preparation.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Assessing the Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon for Wikipedia Literacy, Learning Outcomes, and Critical Thinking.” Wiki Studies. Under preparation.

Vetter, Matthew A. and Alexandria Lockett. “Organizing and Researching Art+Feminism Edit-a-Thons: Towards Equitable Models of Engagement.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Under preparation.

Jiang, Jiang and Matthew A. Vetter. “A Feminist Rhetorical approach to Wikipedia-based Writing Instruction in First-Year Composition Classrooms.” Composition Forum. Under preparation.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Possible Enlightenments: Wikipedia’s Encyclopedic Promise and Epistemological Failure.” Wikipedia @ Twenty. MIT Press. (Solicited). Under preparation.

 

Publications: Peer-Reviewed Articles & Essays

Vetter, Matthew A., Zachary McDowell, and Mahala Stewart. “From Opportunities to Outcomes: The Wikipedia-based Writing Assignment.” Computers and Composition, vol. 51, 2019. Forthcoming.

Vetter, Matthew A., John Andelfinger, Shahla Asadolahi,  Cui Wenqi, Jialei Jiang, Tyrone Jones, Zeeshan Siddique, Inggrit Tanasale, Jiawei Xing, and Ebenezer Ylonfoun. “Wikipedia’s Gender Gap and Disciplinary Praxis: Representing Women Scholars in Digital Rhetoric and Writing Fields.” Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics, vol. 3, no.1, 2018. Forthcoming.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Teaching Wikipedia: Appalachian Rhetoric and the Encyclopedic Politics of Representation.” College English, vol. 80, no. 5, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Matthew Nunes. “Writing Theory for the Multimajor Professional Writing Course.” Pedagogy, vol. 18, no. 1, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., Theresa McDevitt, Dan Weinstein and Ken Sherwood. “Critical Digital Praxis in Wikipedia: The Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon.” Hybrid Pedagogy, 2017. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Keon Pettiway. “Hacking Hetero/Normative Logics: Queer Feminist Media Praxis in Wikipedia.” Technoculture, vol. 7,  2017. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Sarah Einstein. “Women Writing in Digital Spaces: Engaging #Gamergate and Twine in the Gender Studies-Composition Course.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. Blog Carnival 6: Gaming and Social Justice,  2015. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Archive 2.0: What Composition Students and Academic Libraries Can Gain from Digital-Collaborative Pedagogies.” Composition Studies, vol. 42, no. 1, 2014, pp. 35-53.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Queer the Tech: Genderbending and Anti-Consumer Activism in Social Media.” Harlot: A Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion, vol. 11, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Sara Harrington. “Integrating Special Collections into the Composition Classroom: A Case Study of Collaborative Digital Curriculum.” Research Library Issues, vol. 288, 2013. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Composing with Wikipedia: A Classroom Study of Online Writing.” Computers and Composition Online, 2013. Web.

 

Publications: Book Chapters

Vetter, Matthew A., and Cori Woods. “The Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon for Critical Information Literacy and Public Service.” Library Service and Learning: Empowering Students, Inspiring Social Responsibility, and Building Community Connections, edited by Theresa McDevitt and Caleb Finegan. Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), 2018.

 

Publications: Edited Textbook

Rouzie, Albert, John Whicker, and Matthew A. Vetter. Readings on Writing. 2nd ed. Cincinnati, OH: Van-Griner, 2014. Print.

 

Publications: Non-Refereed Online Writing

Vetter, Matthew A., and Veronica Paz. “Using LittleBits Robot Kits to Sponsor Community Building and Student Engagement Across Campus.” Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) Blog. IndianaUniversity of Pennsylvania. 19 Nov., 2018.  Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “On Weariness, Privilege and Community: New Faculty Reflections on the Strike.” Works & Days, no. 35, 2017, pp. 113-115.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wiki Edu and Digital Humanities: Pedagogy that Works.” WikiEdu. Wiki Education Foundation, 2015.   Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Show Your Work: Interrogating Research Methodologies for Digital Rhetorics and Humanities” (Call for Papers). Kairos PraxisWiki. July, 2015. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Brenta Blevins.“DRC Wiki Quest.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2015. Game. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A., Char Booth, Ryan McGrady, Diana Strassman, and Eryk Salvaggio. “Theories: Wikipedia and the Production of Knowledge.” Wiki Education Foundation, 2015. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia’s Gender Problem and What We’re Doing about It (Part II).” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia’s Gender Problem and What We’re Doing about It.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A.  “Indigenous Knowledge and Wikipedia’s Enlightenment Problem.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2015. 

Vetter, Matthew A. “Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Wiki CFP – Call for Participation.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. November 12, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Literary Citizenship in Wikipedia (Part II).Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “DRC Wiki Feature Spotlight: Websites & Journals.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing. December 10, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A.  “WordPress as Learning Management System (LMS).” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A.  “Literary Citizenship in Wikipedia.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Revisit Last Night’s Twitter #DRCchat: A Storify Round-up of ‘Beyond a Single Language/Single Modality approach to Writing.’” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “An Inside Look at Kairos PraxisWiki: A Conversation with Dundee Lackey.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Using Wikipedia’s History Function to Teach Writing Process.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “A Celebration of Wikis Across the Web.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wiki Wednesdays Are Back.” Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

 

Publications: Reviews

Vetter, Matthew A. “Webtext of the Month: ‘Let Me Queer My Throat’” Review of “Let Me Queer My Throat: Queer Rhetorics of Negotiation: Marriage Equality and Homonormativity,” by Hillery Glasby. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. University of Michigan Press/University of Michigan Center for Writing, 2014. Web.

 

Publications: Creative Writing Poems

Vetter, Matthew A. “Hair Cut.” Oyster River Pages. Fall, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “To the One-Armed Crawdad Who Pinched My Son.” Fiction Fix. Summer, 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Libation.” Literary Mama. June, 2010.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Essay at Eagle Lake.” Inscape. Spring, 2010.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Poem at Sulphur Hollow,” “The Willow,” and “The Shapes of Leaves.” Journal of Kentucky Studies. September, 2009.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Penny Horse” and “Measurements.” Literary Mama. June, 2009.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Evening Song,” “The Box,” “Fractures,” “Instructions to a Child on a Swing,” and “On Finding Maggots.” Semantikon: A Community Based Art Journal. May, 2009.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Holler” and “Semantics.” Inscape. Spring, 2009.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Lunar Eclipse.” Midwest Quarterly. Fall, 2008.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Hide and Seek” and “A Question.” Public Republic. October, 2008.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wild Flowers.” Reprint.  American Life in Poetry no. 206. Fall, 2008.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wild Flowers.” The Louisville Review no. 63. Spring, 2008.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Ode to Tchaikovsky.” New Southerner: An Anthology 2007-08. Louisville, KY: Swallowtail Press, 2008.

Vetter, Matthew A. “The Workshop,” “Hunger,” and “The Fruit of the Roach.”  Coe Review. Fall, 2007.

 

Publications: Creative Writing Collections

Vetter, Matthew A. Kentucky Lullaby: Poems (Chapbook). Finishing Line Press. Louisville, KY: 2018.

 

Wikipedia Editing and Teaching

Wikipedia and Wiki Education Professional Development

Wikipedia User Page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Matthewvetter

Wikipedia Education Program Instructor Profile: https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/users/Matthewvetter

Total Edit Count: 1,188
https://xtools.wmflabs.org/ec/en.wikipedia.org/Matthewvetter

Complete Contributions: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/Matthewvetter

Wikipedia Articles, Created

“Sarah Einstein.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15 Oct. 2014. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.

“Harriet Malinowitz.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 12 Oct. 2014. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.

“Hollis Summers.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 15  March 2011. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.

Wikipedia Articles Edited (Select)

“Ancient Indian Rhetoric.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 10 June 2017. Web.

“Aporia.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 8 March 2011. Web.

“Anxiety.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 22 Jan. 2012. Web.

“Digital Rhetoric.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 16 July 2018. Web.

“Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 16 Nov. 2016. Web.

“Indiana University of Pennsylvania.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 8 March 2017. Web.

“Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 16 Oct. 2014. Web.

“Occupy Movement.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 29 Nov. 2011. Web.

“Vernon Alden.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 4 Feb. 2012. Web.

Wikipedia Edit-a-thons

Interdisciplinary Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon. March 8, 2018. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/Stapleton_Library,_Indiana_University_of_Pennsylvania/IUP_Art_and_Feminism_Edit-a-Thon_(March_7,_2018)?enrolled=true

Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon. March 7, 2017. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/courses/Stapleton_Library,_Indiana_University_of_Pennsylvania/IUP_Art_and_Feminism_Edit-a-Thon/home; http://libraryguides.lib.iup.edu/c.php?g=631895

Alden Library Edit-a-thon at Ohio University. October 23, 2015. Ohio University.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/Athens_Ohio/Ohio_University/Alden_Library_Edit-a-thon

Wikipedia-based Courses

“Composition Theory and Practice.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Wikipedia Education Program, Spring, 2019.

“Composition I.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Wikipedia Education Program, Spring, 2019.

“Digital Rhetoric.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Wikipedia Education Program, Summer, 2018.

“Composition I.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2018.

“Technology & Literacy.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wikipedia Education Program. Fall, 2018.

“Multicultural Rhetorical Traditions.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2017.

“Advanced Composition.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Wikipedia Education Program. Fall, 2016.

“Digital Rhetorics and Literacies.” Ohio University Zanesville. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2016.

“Women and Writing: Women Writing in Digital Spaces.” Wikipedia Education Program. Spring, 2015.

“Creative Nonfiction Workshop: Literary Citizenship.” (Campus Volunteer). Course Instructor: Sarah Einstein. Wikipedia Education Program. Fall, 2014.

“Writing & Rhetoric II: Writing in Wikipedia.”  Ohio University. Wikipedia Education Program. Summer II, 2014.

“Writing & Rhetoric II: Composing in the Digital Age: New Texts, New Literacies.” Ohio University. Wikipedia Education Program. Spring Quarter, 2012.

 

Refereed Conference Presentations

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia’s Enlightenment Problem: Decolonizing Western Epistemologies through Critical Digital Praxis in New Media.” Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference. Vancouver, Canada. May, 2019. Under Review.

Vetter, Matthew A., Lucia, Brent, and Oksana Moroz. “Posthuman Critical Regionalism and Locative Media: Interrogating the Rhetorics of Place in Google Lens.” Digital Praxis Poster. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Pittsburgh, PA. March, 2019. Under review.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Critical Approaches to Wikipedia-based Education.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Pittsburgh, PA. March, 2019. Accepted.

Vetter, Matthew A. and Alexandria Lockett. “Organizing and Researching Art+Feminism Edit-a-thons: Towards More Equitable Models of Engagement.” WikiConference North America. Columbus, OH. October, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia’s Gender Gap and Disciplinary Praxis: Representing Women Scholars in Digital Rhetoric and Writing Fields.” WikiConference North America. Columbus, OH. October, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., Paz, Veronica, and Theresa McDevitt. “Little Bits for Facilitating Discussion, Critical Thinking, and Group Work in the Classroom.” IUP Technology Day. Indiana, PA. August, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Digital Pedagogy and Disciplinary Praxis: Representing Minority Scholars in Wikipedia.” Panel Title: Hacking English:  Lit, Productive Disorientation, and Digital Praxis. Northeast Modern Language Association (NEMLA). Pittsburgh, PA. April, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Attitudes and Contexts for Wikipedia-based Writing Assignments.” Panel Title: Writing Wikipedia Across Contexts: Critical Notes on Learning Transfer and Community Engagement. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Kansas City, MO. March, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Theresa McDevitt. “Edit the Gender Gap with a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” PASSHE Women’s Consortium Annual Conference. Indiana, PA. September, 2017.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Kristi McDuffie. “Show Your Work: Exploring Digital Methodologies in Humanities Research.” Computers and Writing Conference. Findlay, OH. June, 2017.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Understanding and Teaching Critical Digital Praxis.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR. March, 2017.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Addressing the Gender Gap: Wiki Edu Projects for Digital Humanities.” WikiConference USA. Washington DC. October, 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A., Cohn, Jenae, Gonzales, Laura, Blevins, Brenta, Silver, Naomi, Garcia, Meredith, and Paula Miller. “Engaging Multiliteracies, Engaging Communities: The Digital Rhetoric Collaborative.” Computers and Writing. Menomonie, WI.  May 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Making the Local Global: Cultural-Critical Student Projects in Wikipedia.” Panel Title: Risks and Rewards of Teaching Writing on a Global Stage: Wikipedia Collaborations, Under-Representations, and Lingering Doubts. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Tampa, FL. March 2015. 

Vetter, Matthew A. “Student Responses to Cultural Identity Readings in the Writing about Writing  Course.” Panel Title:  Opening Writing About Writing Approaches to Identity. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Indianapolis, IN. March 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia as Web Ecology.” Panel Title: Authorship, Ecologies, and Infrastructures: 21st– Century Applications of Wikis in Rhetoric & Composition. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Las Vegas, Nevada. March 2013.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Sara Harrington. “Special Collections in Wikipedia: A Case Study of a Collaborative Digital Curriculum.” American Library Association of Ohio (ALAO). Wilmington, Ohio. October 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Toward a Digital Sophistic: Pedagogy, Civic Participation, and Web 2.0.” Thomas Watson Conference. Louisville, Kentucky, October, 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Implementing Curricula: The Wikipedia Writing Assignment.” Panel Title: Moving Beyond Theory: Issues of Praxis in Wiki Instruction. Conference on College Composition and Communication. St. Louis, Missouri. March 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Composing for Online Audiences in the Writing Classroom: Experiments andInnovations with Wikipedia.” College English Association of Ohio. Athens, Ohio. April, 2011.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Crisis as Fortune: Exploring Aporias in the Writing Classroom.” Madison Conference on Language and Literature. Madison, Wisconsin. February 2011.

 

Invited Talks, Panels, & Workshops

Vetter, Matthew A., Hull, Brittany, and Mohammed Yacoub. “Fostering Diversity and Diverse Perspectives in Liberal Studies English (LSE) Courses.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. Composition and Applied Linguistics Temporary Faculty Mentoring Meeting. Nov., 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Mary Stewart. “Teaching with Technology.” Zoom Talk for Composition and Applied Linguistics. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. Oct. 1, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Dana Driscoll. “First Things First: Setting the Tone, Establishing Classroom Community.” Liberal Studies English (LSE) Orientation, Pedagogy Session. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. August 23, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Coffee & Conversation Mentoring Workshop.” Writing Program Administration – Graduate Organization (WPA-GO). Conference on College Composition and Communication. Kansas City, MO. March 15, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia Education for Liberal Studies English (LSE) Courses: Preparing to Participate in the Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. Literature and Criticism Temporary Faculty Mentoring Meeting. March 6, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia Education in the Composition and Literature Classroom: Preparing to Participate in the Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. English 757/857: Digital Composition, Literature, and Pedagogy. March 1, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia Education and Second Language Literacies: Exploring Intersections of Gender and Language for the Upcoming Edit-a-thon.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. English 725: Second Language Literacies. February 14, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Engaging Wikipedia in the Liberal Studies English (LSE) Classroom.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. English Department. Literature and Criticism Temporary Faculty Mentoring Meeting.  28 March, 2017.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Lynn Botelho. “Interdisciplinary Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. Humanities and Social Sciences Building. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 7 March, 2018.

Vetter, Matthew A., and Lynn Botelho. “Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” Stabley Library. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 8 March, 2017.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Wikipedia as Gateway to Open Access.” Six O’clock Series on Open Access. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall, 2016.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Ohio University Libraries Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon.” Alden Library. OhioUniversity. Fall, 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A. “The Politics of Access and Representation in Wikipedia: A Transdisciplinary Research Model for the Study of Digital Culture.” Alden Library Graduate Research Series. Ohio University. Spring, 2015.

Vetter, Matthew A. “What Sustains Me in Digital Rhetorics & Humanities.” Panel Title: “——-ing Digitally: A Forum on Entering the Profession in the Digital Present/Future.” English 7770 – Professional Issues in English Studies. English Department. Ohio University. Fall, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Commenting on Student Writing.” Presentation. Teaching Assistant Orientation Panel. English Department. Ohio University. Fall, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Making WAW Your Own with the 2nd Edition.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Teaching Composition: Exploring Alternate Approaches.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Assessing Student Writing: Finding Common Ground.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2014.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Using WordPress as Learning Management System in the Composition Course.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Ethnography in the Composition Course; Rationale, Application, and Practical Concerns.” Presentation with John Whicker and Matthew Nunes. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2013.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Course Design in Composition: The Junior-Level Writing Course.” Presentation. English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Fall, 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Uses of Wikipedia across Academic Disciplines.” Graduate Student Showcase sponsored by Academic Technologies. Ohio University. Alden Library. Fall, 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Writing about Writing Approaches and the New Curriculum Development for FYC.” English 7910 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. Panel. English Department. Ohio University. Spring, 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “Using Wikipedia in the Writing Classroom.” Presentation. English 791 – Pedagogy and Professionalization. English Department. Ohio University. Spring 2012.

Vetter, Matthew A. “The Writing & Rhetoric I Common Reader: Uses and Challenges.” TeachingvAssistant Orientation Panel. English Department. Ohio University. Fall 2011.

 

Press

Wells, Carl. “Wells, Carl. “Library to Sponsor Art and Feminism Event.” The Penn. 3 March, 2017. Web.

Bryant, Malika. “Libraries Holds Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon.” News & Events. Ohio University Libraries. 4 Nov. 2015.

Zuckerman, Jacob. “English Students Adding Appalachia to Wikipedia.” Compass. Ohio

University. 22 April. 2015. Web.

Rajaraman, Krithika. “Applying Special Collections to the Classroom: Archives Becomes Basis for Wikipedia Articles Project.” Compass. Ohio University. 23 Feb. 2013. Web.

Heilinger, Jourdyn. “Students Tell OHIO’s Story on Wikipedia.” Compass. Ohio University. 20 Feb. 2012. Web.

 

Administration

Writing Program Administration

Served 2 years (2012-2014) in the administration of Ohio

University’s writing program as Assistant Director of Composition under the direction of Dr. Albert Rouzie. Experience in graduate teaching assistant training, curriculum development, and program assessment. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Spring, 2012 — Spring, 2014.

Graduate Teaching Assistant Training

Planned and assisted instruction of a week-long graduate teaching assistant orientation to help prepare new TAs to teach the first-year curriculum. Ohio University., Athens, Ohio. 2 years: August, 2012 and August, 2013.

Planned and/or instructed multiple presentations for English 7910, a graduate course focused on professionalization and pedagogy. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. 2 years. Fall, 2012 Spring, 2014.

Assisted weekly in English 5890, Teaching College Composition, by leading discussions, fielding TA questions, and facilitating and assessing students’ coursework. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. 2 semesters: Fall, 2012 and Fall, 2013.

Curriculum Development

Assisted in the design and implementation of new first-year composition curriculum. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Spring, 2012 Spring, 2013.

Helped create and revise course documents for first-year composition curriculum. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Spring, 2012 Spring 2013.  

Revised first year composition curriculum using TA and student feedback. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Spring Summer, 2013.

Collaboratively created and revised course documents for revised first-year composition curriculum: syllabus, assignments, handouts, course schedules. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Summer, 2013.

Collaboratively revised, edited and selected readings for first-year composition supplementary reader Readings on Writing. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Spring, 2013.

Assessment

Assisted in an assessment initiative of first-year composition student portfolios. Helped design and carry out a research study that examined students’ portfolios to assess course-specific outcome achievement. Spring Summer, 2013.

Drafted and revised IRB proposal for portfolio assessment research study. Secured funding ($5000) from Ohio University Institutional Research to carry out portfolio assessment. Spring, 2013.

 

Service: Committee Work

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Member, Promotions Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. August, 2017 — Present. Reviewed materials and drafted and revised support letter for Dr. Dana Driscoll’s promotion to full professor.

Member, Composition Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Revised course title and course descriptions for English 830. February, 2017Present.

Member, Composition and Applied Linguistics Awards Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. March, 2017 Present. Rated award applications for Composition and TESOL students (with Dana Driscoll and Lilia Savova). Presented student awards and department graduation ceremony. Spring, 2018.

Chair, Composition and Applied Linguistics Awards Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Re-organized submission process for Composition and Applied Linguistics awards. Facilitated application and and application rating process.  November, 2018 — Present.

Member, Composition & Applied Linguistics Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Regular meetings to troubleshoot issues related to the PhD program, contribute to admissions processes, and strategize ways to support students in their academic and social integration. Rater in Qualifying Portfolio Assessment. Rater in admissions assessment. August 2016 —  Present.

Member, Basic Writing Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. August 2017 —   Present.

Member, LSE Online Subcommittee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Troubleshoot issues related to training and support of faculty teaching online Liberal Studies English courses.

Collaborated on departmental evaluation document for online courses. Organized “D2L Share Sessions” to support teachers across the department. January, 2017 — Present.

Member, Department Temporary Faculty Hiring Committee, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.. Conducted interviews for new applicants. Reviewed and ranked applicants. Spring, 2017 — Present.

Ohio University Zanesville

Member, English Composition Committee, English Department, Ohio University Zanesville. Collaborated with English department faculty to plan composition courses and curricula.

Ohio University

Member, English Composition Committee, English Department, Ohio University. Updated and revised course outcomes for English 1510, Writing & Rhetoric I. Updated and revised approved textbook list for all composition courses. Prepared report on viability of “Stretch” Program for first-year composition:  “The Viability of ‘Stretch’ Courses for Underprepared Students in English 1510: A Preliminary Report.” Revised strategies for accommodating second language-learners in junior-composition courses. Spring 2012 — Spring 2014.

 

Departmental Service

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Faculty Advisor, Composition and TESOL Graduate Student Association (CTA). Facilitated elections of officers of CTA. Collaborated with officers to organize, plan, and execute events and workshops related to academic and social integration of M.A. TESOL and Ph.D. Composition and Applied Linguistics Students, including speaker series and Qualifying Portfolio workshops. Spring, 2017 — Present.

Mini-Conference Organizer, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall, 2016. Organized and facilitated a “Teaching Fair” for students in English 730 and 830 (Teaching Writing) to present posters on approaches to composition pedagogy, Spring 2017.

Mock Interviewer, English Department, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Conducted mock interviews for the job placement committee in two separate hour-long sessions. Provided feedback for PhD students interviewing skills. Fall, 2016, Fall, 2017.

Ohio University

Evaluator, English Department, Ohio University. Assessment of Composition Exemption Exams, 2011 —  2015.

Tutor, Ohio University Appalachian Writing Project: College Entrance Essays. Ohio University, English Department. Fall, 2011.

 

University Service

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Organizer and facilitator,“Interdisciplinary Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” Humanities and Social Sciences Bldg, Rm 226. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 7 March, 2018.

Undergraduate Advisor. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Spring 2016. Began taking on undergraduate advisees in the spring of 2016.

Organizer and facilitator. “Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.” Stabley Library. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 8 March, 2017.

Featured speaker/panelist. “Wikipedia as Gateway to Open Access.” Six O’clock Series on Open Access. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall, 2016.

Trained SafeZone Member,  Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Trained in SafeZone practices and policies to support LGBTQ students on campus. Fall, 2016.

Volunteer. APSCUF, “Move-in Day.” Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Move-in day” volunteer. Unloaded vehicles, greeted students and parents, moved students into residence halls. Fall, 2016, Fall, 2017.

 

Disciplinary Service

Organizer and Volunteer, Welcoming Companion Project. Task Force on Social Justice and Activism. Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) 2018. Kansas, City, MO.

Indexer, Directed Graduate Assistants Shahla Asadollahi and Daewoo Jinn in indexing records for research published in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy. Indexed three issues total (21.1, 20.2, and 20.1 in CompPile (Composition research database). Fall, 2016 — Spring, 2017.

Editor, Writing Space: Readings on Writing. Fall, 2018  — Present.

Associate Editor, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Fall 2014 — Present.

Graduate Research Fellow, Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. Fall 2014 — Fall 2015

Reviewer, Computers and Writing Conference Submissions reviewer. Fall, 2017.

Guest Reviewer, Double Helix. Guest Reviewer. Spring, 2017.

Guest Reviewer, Harlot: A Revealing Look at the Arts of Persuasion.  Spring, 2015.

Reviewer, The Louisville Review, Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky, Fall 2007 — Spring 2008.

 

Community Service

Indiana, Pennsylvania

Volunteer, Boy Scout Troop 11. Organized service activities to the community with participating boy scouts. IUP Graduation Commencement Ceremony Service (Spring, 2018.)  Indiana, PA. Spring 2017 — Summer 2018.

Athens, Ohio

Den Leader. Cub Scout Pack 53. Athens, Ohio. Two years as den leader for Cub Scout 53. Planned curriculum and activities for participating cub scouts. Organized service activities to the community for participating cub scouts. Fall 2013 — Fall 2015.

Classroom Volunteer. Reading Fluency Assessment. Morrison Elementary, 2nd Grade. Athens, Ohio. Facilitated reading fluency assessment for 2nd grade class. Fall 2014 — Spring 2015.

Classroom Volunteer. Mathematics Instruction Preparation. Morrison Elementary, 1st Grade. Athens, Ohio. Fall 2013 — Spring 2014.

Library Volunteer. Morrison Elementary. Athens, Ohio. Reading activities and library instruction for Morrison Elementary. Fall 2014 — Spring 2014.

Chapter Lead. Scouts for Equality Allohak Council. Athens, Ohio. Created and lead a chapter of Scouts for Equality in the Allohak Council to promote acceptance of LGBTQ scouts and leaders in the Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts of America. Fall 2014 — Fall 2015.

 

Professional Activity

Mentoring

Mentor, Composition & Applied Linguistics Mentoring Program. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Provided constructive feedback on curriculum development, observed and provided developmental and formal teaching evaluations, served as professionalization mentor for three primary mentees. Observed and provided developmental evaluation for an additional 3 secondary mentees. Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall, 2018.

Mentees Fall 2016: Roger Powell, Marissa McKinley, Tong Zhang

Mentees Fall 2017: Marissa McKinley, Justin Nicholes, Abdullah Darwish,  Lama Alharbi

Mentees Spring 2018: Nouf Alshreif, Jun Akiyoshi, Zhigang Bai, Daewoo Jin

Mentees Fall 2018: Sukanto Roy, Mohamed Yacoub, Jiawei Xing

 

Thesis and Dissertation Committee Work

Reader, Titcha Ho, Translingualism on Facebook: A Study of Discourse Practices of Multilingual Individuals in a Transnational Setting on Facebook. Dissertation.

Reader, Naife Subahi, A Case Study Examining the Influence of Discussion Boards on EFL Linguistic Flexibility. Dissertation.

Reader, Ahdab Saaty, Wiki-Supported Collaborative Writing. Saudi Female Graduate Students’Writing Practices, Discourse Patterns, and Participant Perceptions. Dissertation.

Summer Dickinson, Writer(s) Material and Sensorial Worlds: The Story of a Writer Who Raised a Writer. Dissertation.

Brent Lucia, The Posthuman Turn in Composition: Critical Regionalists Inquiry and its Pedagogical Implications. Dissertation.

Jonathan O’Brien, Constructs of Stylistic Production and Reception: Vetting and Extending the Sociocultural Theory of Style. Dissertation.

Stephanie Hilliard, Encouraging Learning Transfer through Writing Prompts. Thesis.

John Loo, An Investigation into the Affective Language Practices of Linguistically Diverse Students Using a Vlogging Project. Dissertation.

Jack Peterson, Entangled Materials in the Second Language Classroom: An Ontographic Approach to Materials Design. Dissertation.

Zhigang Bai, An Empirical Study on the Effectiveness of Collaborative Writing in EFL Composition Class. Dissertation.

Darius Cureton, Composing in a Digital Age: Unpacking the Techtinuum Among First Year Writing Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Dissertation.

Mousa Hasan, Saudi Rhetorical Variety of English: The Sociolinguistic Context of English in Saudi Arabia. Dissertation.

Kris Lowrey, (Re)imagining Literacy Practices among the Pennsylvania Dutch in Nineteenth Century Berks County. Dissertation.

Lama Alharbi, Wearing Religion on Campus: Hijabi Muslim Women’s Negotiation of Language, Gender, and Religion in Higher Education Landscape. Dissertation.

Abigail Michelini, Placing an Ear on the Heartbeat of America: Rhetorical Listening as a Strategy for Effective Communication in Political Spheres. Dissertation.

Thesis and Dissertation Chairships

Sukanto Roy, Exploring Multilingual Writers’ Preference Between Audio and Written Feedback, and the Impact of Feedback Format on Their Revision Process in a U.S. First-Year Composition Class. Dissertation.

Talal Alruwaili, Extending the Olive Branch: Ecological Thinking and Writing Practices in Aljouf University. Dissertation.

Kawita Sarwari, Effective Teaching of English in Large Multilevel Under-Resourced Classes at an Afghan Public University. Thesis.

Mellissa Carr, On the Quest: Analyzing the Literacy Practices of Student-Mothers Enrolled in the First-Year Composition Classroom. Dissertation.

Rachel Sage, Videogaming and Learning Transfer for English Language Learners. Dissertation.

Melanie Gagich, Examining First-Year Writing Students’ Emotional Responses towards Multimodal Composing and Online Audiences. Dissertation.

Jack Morales, Literacy Sponsorship at Staten Island Community College of the City University of

New York, 1968-1976. Dissertation. Successfully defended 24 Oct., 2018.

Marissa McKinley, Exposing and (Re)Shaping Discursive Narratives about the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Body in Media Culture. Dissertation.                          

Brittany Hull, When You Use Your “White Voice” to Get the Job: Linguistic Identity Negotiation and the Black Woman English Professor. Dissertation.

Jialei Jiang, From First-year Writers to Multimodal Public Rhetors: Exploring the Potential of Posthuman Praxis for Multimodal Design and Social Advocacy. Dissertation.

Jiawei Xing, [Title forthcoming]. Dissertation.

Jim Swider, Comparative Queer Rhetoric. Dissertation.

 

Professional Development

Teaching Circle Co-Facilitator. “ Open Educational Resources (OER) Teaching Circle.” Reflective Practice Project. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall 2018 — Spring 2019.

Teaching Circle Facilitator. “Wikipedia-based Education.” Reflective Practice Project. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall 2018 — Spring 2019.

Teaching Circle Facilitator. “Wikipedia Teaching Circle.” Reflective Practice Project. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall 2016 — Spring 2017.

Active Plus Participant. 2016-17 Reflective Practice Project. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Fall 2016 — Spring 2017.

Student Success Collaborative (SSC) Training. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Spring 2017.

Wikipedia Education Program Campus Ambassador Orientation. Wikimedia Foundation. IUPUI Library. Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Indiana. January 20-21, 2012.

English 7770. Professionalization in English Studies. Attended monthly seminars and presentations dealing with professional issues in English. English Department, Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. 2010 — 2015.

 

Professional Affiliations

 

Current Member

National Council of Teachers of English

Former Member

Pennsylvania College English Association
South Atlantic Modern Language Association
Kentucky Philological Association
College English Association of Ohio