Scott Reed

Scott Reed is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English and Humanities at Rogers State University.

Education

M.L.A. in English (emphasis in writing)
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK
Thesis: “Bigfoot’s Last Dance”
Honors: 4.0 G.P.A

B.A. in English Literature
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Thesis: “The Cherokee in Indian Territory, 1877”
Minor: American and European History

Teaching Experience

2015, Assistant Professor
2012-2015, Instructor of English
2010-2012, Developmental Instructor
2008-2010, Adjunct Instructor
Rogers State University, Claremore/Bartlesville, OK

2006-2010, Adjunct Instructor
Tulsa Community College, Tulsa, OK

Courses Taught:

  • Composition I and II
  • Humanities I and II
  • Introduction to Literature
  • Cultural and Literary Relevance of Works of S. E. Hinton (Independent Study)
  • Creative Writing
  • Basic Writing
  • Writing II
  • The College Experience
  • Essay Writing

Related Experience

2001-2005, Senior Editor for Business Development
Chickasaw Nation Industries/Technology Division, Oklahoma City, OK
Managed proposal documents, wrote key proposal sections, supported development of task proposals and presentations, conducted research, tracked and maintained government certifications.

2000-2001, Grant Writer for External Affairs
University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK
Conducted research and wrote proposals, contributed to public relations materials.

1999-2000, Intern for Proposal Development
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK
Recommended for position by Director of Writing. Conducted research and wrote proposals.

1998-2000, Writing Center Tutor
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK
Consulted with students on organizing, revision and editing for content, and formatting their essays for submission for grading.

Publications

“A Magical Tale of Persuasion: Teaching Argument in Freshman Composition”. Co-author of chapter accepted into anthology that uses children and teen literature for college classroom instruction. 2014.

“Composition Assignment Support”. Chief editor and contributing author for this supplement that was published as part of The Everyday Writer: Rogers State University Edition. 2012.

Writing in a New Language: An Introduction to Academic Writing. Co-author of textbook used for Basic Writing at Rogers State University. 2011.

Professional Service

2013-Present, Instructional Design Committee
2013-Present, Public Relations Task Force
2013-Present, Adjunct Instructor Task Force
2012-Present, English and Humanities Capstone Committee
2013-Present, Secretary of Library Committee
2013-2014, Coordinator of BA-LA Program Review Committee
2012-2013, Coordinator of AA-LA Program Review Committee
2012-2013, Research Committee
2012, Developmental Instructor Hiring Committee
2011-2013, Coordinator of Orientation