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Professor of Practice and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education

Selected Publications and Presentations

“Sing, Act, Engage: A Workshop on Performance Pedagogy and Professional Development Across the Curriculum.” Invited presentation. Nassau Community College, Garden City, New York. Nov. 7, 2014.

“Writing by Numbers.” Con. on Coll. Composition and Communication. Indianapolis. 31 Mar. 2014.

Griffin, June and Deborah Minter. “The Rise of the Online Writing Classroom: Reflecting on the Material Conditions of College Composition Teaching.” College Composition and Communication. 65.1 (2013): 140-161.

Griffin, June, and Deborah Minter. “Placing Practitioner Knowledge Vis-a-vis the Expert Claims: Learning about Online Writing Instruction in American Colleges.” Con. on Coll. Composition and Communication. St. Louis. 23 Mar. 2012.

Desmet, Christy, June Griffin, Deborah Church Miller, Ron Balthazor, and Robert Cummings. “Re-visioning Revision with ePortfolios in the University of Georgia First-Year Composition Program.”  Electronic Portfolios 2.0: Emergent Findings and Shared Questions.  Eds. Darren Cambridge, Barbara Cambridge, Kathleen Yancey.  Stylus Press, 2009: 155-163.

“Practicing Revision: Walking the Walk in 12 ePortfolios.” Conference on College Composition and Communication 2008. New Orleans. April 3, 2008.

Desmet, Christy, Deborah Church Miller, June Griffin, Ron Balthazor, and Robert Cummings. “Reflection, Revision, and Assessment in First-year Composition ePortfolios.” The Journal of General Education. 57.1 (2008):15-30.

Desmet, Christy, Sharon McCoy, June Griffin, Joe Crim, Marcus Fechheimer.  “Exploring the Evidence: Campus-Wide Initiatives in the First College Year - University of Georgia Learning Communities, University of Georgia.”

Exploring the Evidence: Initiatives in the First College Year. Eds. Wendy X Troxel, Marc Cutright. National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition: University of South Carolina, 2008.

Courses Regularly Taught

Critical Reading Studio

Nebraska Writing Project Technology Institute


Ph.D., University of Virginia

M.A., University of Virginia

B.A., Rutgers College

Areas of Interest


Basic Writing and College Access

Teaching with Technology

Learning Transfer

Digital Rhetoric