Jennifer Marlow

Assistant Professor of English

Degrees

Ph.D.EnglishUniversity at Albany
M.A.EnglishNorthern Michigan University
B.A.EnglishSaint Michael's College

Professional Experience

Coordinator of First-Year Writing.
Review editor for Writing Commons.
Regular conference presenter at Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) and Computers and Writing.
Lead faculty professional development on writing instruction across the curriculum.
Chair of the College Writing Committee (CWC).
Give seminars on college writing for the Summer Youth Music Pre-College Experience.
Faculty development at the Albany Academies: “”Teaching with Technology in the Middle and High Schools.”
Screenings and Director Q&A for Con Job: Stories of Adjunct and Contingent Labor.

Teaching Interests

Courses in writing and digital media.
ENG105: Expository Writing, Oral Communication, and Research Techniques
ENG251: Topics in Prose Writing
ENG252: Writing for Digital Media
ENG296: Film/Media Short Course for Teachers
ENG317: Advanced Prose Writing
ENG324: Digital Literature

Research/Creative Works

Her research focuses on educational technology and digital pedagogies for the writing classroom. Her work is published in Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy and Forum (a newsletter within College English). She co-produced/directed the documentary film, Con Job: Stories of Adjunct and Contingent Labor, published by Computers and Composition Digital Press. Con Job won the Michelle Kendrick Outstanding Digital Production/Scholarship Award. She is currently working on an eBook about the past twenty years in the field of Computers and Writing.

Her poetry is published in Paterson Literary Review, Meteor Shower Over the City of God and Other Poems, and Voices of Michigan. She is currently working on a collection of short prose about motherhood.