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Christine Tulley

The University of Findlay
Director of MA in Rhetoric and Writing
Findlay, Ohio
Christine Tulley is Professor of English and Founder and Director of the Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing at The University of Findlay. As the campus Academic Development Coordinator, she runs faculty writing groups and offers tenure and promotion application support within the library including effective practices for writing teaching philosophies and persuasive reflective statements. Much of this advice is featured in her weekly podcast on academic writing for Defend and Publish, where she serves as a senior writing coach.

She is the author of How Writing Faculty Write (2018), the forthcoming Rhet Comp Moms: What 150 Time Use Diaries Can Teach Us about Parenting, Productivity, and Professionalism (Utah State University Press), and contributes regularly to Inside Higher Education on faculty productivity issues.

She gives regular lectures and workshops on faculty writing and time management for teaching and scholarship (including in collaboration with libraries), most recently as a featured speaker at the scholarly publishing conference Researcher to Reader in London in February 2020. She also served as the 2018 keynote speaker for the Peck Research on Writing Symposium at Middle Tennessee State University, a keynote speaker at the inaugural AAEEBL Conference on eportfolios at The University of Michigan and was the 2010 Visiting Scholar in Digital Media and Composition at Ohio State University. Currently, she is a research adviser with Prolifiko, a writing productivity think tank in the UK, to address faculty writing challenges across various career stages. She also is a featured speaker with the Textbooks and Academic Authors Association.

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