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Department of English

University of South Florida

4202 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33620

kwalkup@mail.usf.edu|813.974.6330

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Education

University of South Florida

Ph.D. English, Rhetoric and Composition |Expected May 2021

M.A. English, Rhetoric and Composition |May 2017

Graduate Certificate, Digital Humanities |Expected May 2020

Graduate Certificate, Women’s and Gender Studies|December 2018

Graduate Certificate, Professional and Technical Communication |May 2017

Missouri Western State University

B.A. English, Literature |2014

Publications

Articles

Walkup, K. L., & Cannon, P. (2018). Health ecologies in addiction treatment: Rhetoric of health and medicine and conceptions of care. Technical Communication Quarterly, 27(1), 108-120.

Walkup, K. L. (2018). “Connect with your patients, not the screen” : Usability claims in electronic health records. Communication Design Quarterly, 6(2), 31-40.

Book Chapters

Cannon, P., Rea, J.M., Sawchyn, A., & Walkup, K. L. (2018). Journaling and bibliotherapy: Information architecture, usability, and pedagogy in service learning. In N. Mateeva & G. Agboka (Eds.), Citizenship and advocacy in technical communication: Scholarly and pedagogical perspectives (191-212). New York, NY: Routledge.

Conference Proceedings

Walkup, K., Cannon, P., & Rea, J. M. (2016, October). Mental health communication and self-efficacy: Designing a responsive information architecture. In 2016 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC). Austin, TX: IEEE.

Cannon, P., Walkup, K., & Rea, J. M. (2016, September). mHEaL and mHealth in a restricted environment: Design and usability for an offline mental health literacy application. In Proceedings of the 34th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. Silver Spring, MD: ACM.

Moxley, J., & Walkup, K. (2016). Mapping writing analytics. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Educational Datamining. Raleigh, NC: EDM.

Elliot, N., Walkup, K., & Moxley, J. (2016). Preface to workshop two: Writing analytics, data mining, and writing studies. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Education Datamining. Raleigh, NC: EDM.

Textbooks

Downey, B., Loyer, E. & Walkup, K. (Eds.). (2016). The MyReviewers Guide to Style and Grammar. Acton, MA: XanEdu.

Spicer, J. & Walkup, K. (2016). Rogerian argument. In A. Hoffman & K. Wiggs (Eds.), Rhetoric really matters: Explorations in rhetoric and argumentation (375-379). Acton, MA: XanEdu.

Hoffman, A., Janechek, J., & Walkup, K. (2016). Avoiding plagiarism. In A. Hoffman & K. Wiggs (Eds.), Rhetoric matters: Foundations of rhetoric and composition (148-151). Acton, MA: XanEdu.

Presentations

Upcoming

Walkup, K. L. (2020, March). Topoi and tagging: The RHM bibliography as commonplace. Paper will be presented at the annual Conference on College Communication and Composition Medical Rhetoric Standing Group Roundtable, Milwaukee, WI.

Past

Walkup, K. L. (2019, September). Identification and threat assessment: Cross purposes between public safety and mental health. Paper presented at the Rhetoric of Health and Medicine Symposium, Orlando, FL.

Gere, A., Silver, N., Raw, A., Garskie, L., Glotfelter, A., James, W., Jiang, J., Tham, J., & Walkup, K. (2019, June). Working with the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative toward a Digital Ethics Manifesto. Workshop facilitated at the Computers and Writing conference, East Lansing, MI.

Walkup, K. L. (2019, March). Problem policies: Power, harassment and legal erasure in the university. Paper presented at the Association for Teachers of Technical Writing conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Walkup, K. L., & Moxley, J. M. (2018, April). Digital tools for genre analysis: Writing analytics and implications for digital humanities. Paper presented at the College English Association conference, St. Petersburg, FL.

Walkup, K. L. (2018, March). 'because nobody should be alone in a dark place': Mental health literacy, sentiment analysis, and enacting depression. Paper presented at the annual Association of Teachers of Technical Writing conference, Kansas City, KS.

Walkup, K. L. (2018, March). Constructing health narratives: Identity and advocacy in patient health writing. Paper presented at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication, Kansas City, MO.

Walkup, K. (2017, March). Teaching expertise in patient interactions: Rhetorical strategies in health communication. Paper presented at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR.

Wӓrnsby, A., Moxley, J., Kauppinen, A., Elliot, N., Aull, L., Walkup, K., Anderson, L., & Leijen, D. (2017, February). Politeness, social and interpersonal presence in student peer reviews: A cross-cultural analysis. Panel presented at Writing Research Across Borders, Bogotá, Columbia.

Walkup, K., Cannon, P., & Rea, J. M. (2016, October). Mental health communication and self-efficacy: Designing a responsive information architecture. Paper presented at the IEEE International Professional Communication Conference, Austin, TX.

Walkup, K. (2016, October). A tale of two assessments: Peer reviews on A and C papers. Paper presented at the annual Council of Programs in Scientific and Technical Communication conference, Savannah, GA.

Cannon, P., Walkup, K., & Rea, J. M. (2016, September). mHEaL and mHealth in a restricted environment: Design and usability for an offline mental health literacy application. Paper presented at the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication, Silver Spring, MD.

Moxley, J. & Walkup, K. (2016, June). Mapping writing analytics. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Workshop 2: Writing Analytics, Data Mining, and Writing Studies, Raleigh, NC.

Rea, J. M. & Walkup, K. (2016, April). Journaling and bibliotherapy: Usability, methodology, and pedagogy. Paper presented at the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing Conference, Houston, TX.

Academic Appointments at USF

First Year Composition Administration

Research Assistant to the Director of Composition|2019-2020, 2016-2017

Junior Writing Program Administrator|2017-2018

Graduate Teaching Associate

Courses Taught|2015-present

First Year Composition: ENC 1101, ENC 1102|Composition I, Composition II

Professional and Technical Communication: ENC 2210, 3246, 3250, 3310 |Technical Writing for Health Science Majors, Communication for Engineers, Professional Writing, Expository Writing

Professional Writing, Rhetoric, & Technology: ENC 4218| Visual Rhetoric (co-taught with Meredith Johnson)

Graduate Level: ENC 6745 |Practicum in Teaching Composition (co-taught with the Director of Composition)

Writing Studio-Academic Success Center

Writing Consultant|2018-2019

Grants

“Creating the mHEaL Intervention: Providing Mental Health Literacy Services for a Women's Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program.” (with Dr. Nathan Johnson, PI, and Peter Cannon.) Institute of Museum and Library Services, 2016. Funded: $23,293.00.

University of South Florida

Conference Support Grant, 2019. (with Dr. Norbert Elliot, PI.) Research & Scholarship. Pending: $5000

Faculty International Travel Grant, 2017. (with Dr. Joseph Moxley, PI.) Research & Scholarship. Funded: $2500.

Digital Humanities Summer Institute Travel Grant, 2018. Department of English. Funded: $1200.

Conference Presentation Grant, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. Student Government. Funded each year: $500

Fellowships

HASTAC Scholar|Fall 2019-present|Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory

Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Graduate Fellow|2018-2019|Sweetland Center for Writing, University of Michigan

Service

Service to the Profession

Graduate Student Representative|2018-present|CCCC Medical Rhetoric Standing Group

Member, Mentoring Events Committee|Fall 2018-Present |Council of Writing Program Administrations Graduate Organization

Service to the University of South Florida

Coordinator, First Year Composition Research Group|2019-2020

Coordinator, International Conference on Writing Analytics|Spring 2017, Spring 2020

Assistant Coordinator, Lecture Series: “Democracy in the Post-Truth Era”|Spring 2018

Member, First Year Composition Policy Committee|2017-2018

Service to the Department of English

Event Coordinator, Women’s Professional Group| 2018-2019

Assistant Coordinator, Fall Colloquium "Striking Words: Art and Writing of Social Justice"|Fall 2016

English Graduate Student Association Mentor| 2015-2016, 2016-2017