Bruce H. Matsunaga
999 E. Baseline Rd. #3122
Tempe, AZ 85283
As Mark Lussiers R.A. for the 2000 North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) conference, I have created a webpage for the conference, assisted professor Lussier with the National Endowment for the Humanities grant, and assisted with various administrative tasks.
Teaching Assistant: Humanities 301(Fall)/302(Spring).
Teaching Assistants for the Humanities Department are responsible for teaching one, fifty minute discussion group each week, grading all assignments, creating tests and paper topics, assigning grades, and meeting with students in office hours. The class lecture format is team-taught, so the teaching assistants provide a sense of unity for the students.
Technology Instructor: English 200.
This pilot English 200 course combined a traditional English survey course with a technology component. As the Technology Instructor, I planned the lessons for the last month of classes, including instruction and projects. The final course project required each student to create their own homepage for the author (covered in the class) of their choice. The students were required to include an image, a paragraph about the author that they wrote, hyperlinks to other webpages, and their email address.
Graduate Computer Aided Instruction Specialist.
As a Graduate Computer Aided Instruction Specialist, I was in charge of Computer Aided Instruction for the A.S.U. Football team. This position requires a knowledge of educational techniques, computer skills, and language skills. I also conducted instructional workshops for the general public in: M.S. Windows 3.1x, WordPerfect 6.x, and Netscape. I was also the creator and administrator of the L.R.C.s World Wide Web page.
1994 - Present Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Ph.D. Candidate in 19th Century English Literature.
1989 - 1993 California State University-Stanislaus, Turlock, California
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, minor in History.
Project - The Real World: Ordering Wine without Fear
Project - Web Portfolio
Project - Opus One: A Personal View
|Microsoft DOS||Macintosh OS||Microsoft Windows 3.x - 95|
|Hypertext Markup Language||WordPerfect 5.1 - 8||UNIX (basic knowledge)|
|Netscape Communicator||WS FTP||MS Internet Explorer|
|Hotdog (HTML editor)||Norton Utilities||Microsoft Word 5.1 - 97|
|Adobe Photoshop||Omni Pro (OCR)||MS FrontPage 97|
|IBM DeskLab||Adobe PageMill 2.0||PINE E-Mail System|
Recipient of the ASASU and GRSO's Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award 1998.
Presented the paper"'Something far more deeply interfused' [?]: Wordsworth under the lens of Deep Ecology" at the Southwest Graduate Literature Symposium at Arizona State University 1998.
Attended the Annual Conference of the Modern Language Association, 1995,1998.
Volunteered and attended the Southwest Graduate Literature Symposium at Arizona State University, 1996, 1999.
Volunteered and attended the Microcomputers in Education Conference at Arizona State University, 1996.
Worldwide Web creator and administrator for NASSR 2000 conference. URL:http://www.asu.edu/clas/english/NASSR/
Worldwide Web creator and administrator for the Southwest Graduate Literature Symposium 1996 - 1999. URL: http://www.asu.edu/studentprgms/orgs/gsea/sw/
Worldwide Web creator and administrator for Mark Lussiers ENG 200 class, Spring 1997. URL: <http://www.public.asu.edu/~hiroshi/eng200>
Worldwide Web creator and administrator for the Graduate Scholars of English Association of Arizona State University, 1995 - 99. URL: <http://www.asu.edu/studentprgms/orgs/gsea>
Worldwide Web creator for the Arizona State University, Student Life - Learning Resource Center, 1996. URL: <http://www.asu.edu/vpsa/lrc/>
Southwest Graduate Literature Symposium committee member 1998-1999.
Member of the Modern Language Association, 1995 - 99.
Vice President - M.A. Literature, Graduate Scholars of English Association, 1996-97.
Social Committee Chair, Graduate Scholars of English Association, 1996-97.
Mark S. Lussier
Arizona State University, Associate Professor of English, Director of Graduate Studies
Office: LL B535 Phone: 965-3925
J. Kent Wright
Arizona State University, Professor of Humanities, Director of Graduate Studies
Office: LL B609B Phone: 965-8595
John H. Bloomquist
Arizona State Universitys Learning Resource Center, Instructional Specialist Sr.
Office: SSV-A359 Phone: 965-6658
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Last Update: 05/12/99