Curriculum Vitae - College Writing

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Travis Poling
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Education
Master of Arts, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, Indiana, 2011
 Thesis on creative writing, poetics, and ritual:
Poetic Worship: The Renewal of Liturgical Language
Master of Divinity, Bethany Theological Seminary, 2010
 with 18 credits in Ministry of Writing (Creative Writing), Earlham School of
Religion
Bachelor of Science, Manchester University, North Manchester, Indiana, 2006
 Religion major (departmental honors), English minor (writing focus)
Teaching Experience
English Faculty, Adjunct, Ivy Tech Community College, Richmond, Indiana, 2011Present
 Face-to-face: English 083 Reading Strategies for College, 093 Introduction to
College Writing, 095 Integrated Reading & Writing, 111 English Composition,
112 Exposition and Persuasion
 Online: 111 English Composition, 112 Exposition and Persuasion
 Writing Center Tutor
English Faculty, Adjunct, Indiana University East, Richmond, Indiana, 2011-Present
 Face-to-face: English W130 Principles of Composition, W131 Elementary
Composition I
Teaching Assistant, Bethany Theological Seminary, 2010-11
 Took notes, tutored, and lectured in graduate liturgical studies course
Peer Tutor, Manchester University, 2004-06
 Assisted students with exam preparation and study skills for religion courses
 Assisted student with English as a Second Language writing skills
Professional Growth
 Invitational Summer Institute, Indiana Writing Project, June 2015
 Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching, Indiana University, November
2014
 IVYC101 Distance Education Online Faculty Certification, Ivy Tech Community
College, May 2014
Institutional Service
 Essay rater for Writing Program assessment, Indiana University East, 2015
 Composition Committee, English Department, Indiana University East, 2014
to 2015
 Guest facilitator, Creative Writing Club, Ivy Tech Community College, 2014

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Faculty Search Committee, Student Representative, Bethany Theological
Seminary, 2009

Professional Affiliation
 Member of NCTE Conference on College Composition & Communication

Selected Presentations and Workshops
 "Ritual in the Dark: A Liturgy of Image & Text," Performance with Craig
Goodworth, Society for Biblical Literature & American Academy of Religion,
November 2012
 "Beyond What Columbus Discovered: Language and the Land in the Poetry of
William Stafford," Writing workshop with Craig Goodworth, Arden Hearth,
Richmond, IN, October 2012
 William Stafford Symposium, Bethany Theological Seminary, March 2010
 “Traveler, Robber, Priest, Samaritan: A Workshop on Creative Writing and
Activism” Bethany Theological Seminary, April 2008
 “The Call to Critique: William Stafford as Anabaptist Poet” Manchester
College, Dean’s Student Scholarship Symposium, March 2006
Selected Publications
 Poem: “The Drone,” Clementine Poetry Journal, April 2015
 Poem: “Winter Tracking,” Clementine Poetry Journal, March 2015
 Poem: “For We Do Not Know How to Pray,” Winged anthology blog, August
2014
 Poem: “Al-Mutanabbi Street, Baghdad, March 2007,” Brethren Life & Thought
blog, June 2014
 Poem: “Some Beliefs About Mountains,” A Ritual to Read Together: Poems in
Conversation with William Stafford, Woodley Press, November 2013
 Essay with poems: “Salmoneus and the Poets: Poetry in a World of Violence,”
CrossCurrents, March 2010
 Book review of Walker in the Fog: On Mennonite Writing by Jeff Gundy,
Brethren Life & Thought, Summer 2006
Community Service
 Volunteer and committee work, Cope Environmental Center, Centerville,
Indiana, 2013 to present
 Indiana Master Naturalist, 2013 to present
Other Education
 Political Science courses, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
1999-2000
 General Education courses, Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg,
Pennsylvania, 1998
 Culinary Arts courses, Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island,
1997-98

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