Co-Director of the Literature, Medicine, and Culture Colloquium (LMCC) with Rachel Warner. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC. Jan. 2020 – current.
- Spring/Summer 2018, Volume 67.2
- Fall/Winter 2018, Volume 68.1
- Spring/Summer 2019, Volume 68.2
- Fall 2019, Volume 69.1
- Winter 2020, Volume 69.2
- Spring 2020, Volume 69.3
- Summer 2020, Volume 69.4
- Fall 2020, Volume 70.1
- Winter 2021, Volume 70.2
- Spring/Summer 2021, Volume 70.3
- Fall 2021, Volume 71.1
- Winter 2022, Volume 71.2
- Spring/Summer 2022, Volume 71.3
Departmental Summer Fellowship Service Award to provide administrative support at the Digital Literacy and Communications Lab for ECL 225 departmental history timeline, Department of English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 2020.
Writing Tutor. Academic Support Program for Student Athletes (ASPSA). University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. Supervised by Carly Dressler, Assistant Tutorial Coordinator. Dec. 2017 – May 2019.
Panel moderator. “Digital Public Humanities Projects.” Featuring facilitator Dr. Dan Anderson, Art Bot at Ackland Art Museum, A Red Record, and Digital Portobelo. Humanities for the Public Good Symposium 2019: “Why We’re Here.” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. 3 May 2019.
Event co-organizer and workshop moderator for “Popular Narratives and the Experience of War: A Public Forum and Veterans Writing Workshop.” Interdisciplinary event comprising a panelist discussion and veterans writing workshop. Co-organized with Davis Winkie. Secured official affiliation with the Mellon Foundation’s Humanities for the Public Good Symposium. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. April 2019. Secured grant funding from:
- The Graduate School
- Humanities for the Public Good
- The College of Arts & Sciences, Division of Fine Arts & Humanities
- The College of Arts & Sciences, Division of Social Sciences & Global Programs
- Carolina Veterans Resource Center
- Department of English and Comparative Literature
- Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense
- Department of History
- Center for the Study of the American South