For a full list of teaching experience please view my current CV on the About page.
Graduate Student Instructor, University of Michigan, Fall 1999-Winter 2000: designed and taught an undergraduate writing seminar in American Dialectology.
Sweetland Writing Center Consultant to Department of Linguistics, University of Michigan, Fall 2000-Spring 2001: designed writing assignments and materials for undergraduate linguistics concentrators and evaluated their portfolios.
Assistant Professor, Department of English and Program in Linguistics, University of Georgia, Fall 2002-Summer 2005.
Assistant Professor, Department of English and Program in Applied Linguistics, Old Dominion University, Fall 2005-Fall 2009.
Associate Professor, Department of English and Program in Applied Linguistics, Old Dominion University, Spring 2009-present.
Graduate: Acoustic Phonetics; Phonology; American English; Southern and African American English; Sociolinguistics; Sociolinguistic Seminar on Style & Stance; Sociolinguistic Seminar on Language Ideology; Language and Discrimination; Language, Gender, and Power; History of English; Forensic Linguistics seminar (co-taught with Joanne Scheibman); and World Englishes (co-taught with Alla Zareva)
Undergraduate: English Linguistics; Aspects of English; Language and Discrimination; Phonetics and Phonology; Cross Cultural Communication; Southern and African American English; American English; Language, Gender, and Power; and History of English