Daniel Kenzie, PhD

Assistant Professor of Practice
188J Sudro Hall
701.231.5162

Daniel.P.Kenzie@ndsu.edu 

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, English, 2017
Purdue University

Master of Arts, English, 2012
Purdue University

Bachelor of Arts, English, 2009
Western Michigan University

Committees

Assessment
Upper-Division Writing

Areas of Expertise

  • Professional & Technical Writing
  • Writing in the Disciplines
  • Rhetoric of Health & Medicine
  • Disability Studies

Professional Memberships

Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW)
Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, & Medicine (ARSTM)
Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC)

Courses

CHP 190: Critical Thinking and Academic Success
CHP 460/660: Scientific Writing for Health Professionals
ENGL 754: Rhetorics of Science and Technology
PHRM 324: Writing and Professionalization in Pharmacy
PHRM 353: Introduction to Pharmacy and the Healthcare System
PHRM 570: Pharmacy Practice Improvement and Project Management

Recent Publications

Arnó-Macià E, McCall MA, Kenzie DP, Isohella S, Maylath B. Designing telecollaborative projects for professional communication and user experience. Journal of Universal Computer Science. 2021;27(5):450-471.

Sills EJ, Kenzie DP. Critical science literacy in the writing classroom: A pedagogy for post-truth times. In: Carillo EC, Horning AS, eds. Teaching Critical Reading and Writing in the Era of Fake News. New York: Peter Lang; 2020:113-128. 

Kenzie DP. Review of Disabled Upon Arrival by Jay Dolmage, Authoring Autism by Melanie Yergeau, and Fables and Futures by George Estreich. Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society. 2020;8(2).

Kenzie DP, McCall MA. Teaching writing for the health professions: Disciplinary intersections and pedagogical practice. Technical Communication Quarterly. 2018;27(1):64-79. ​Recipient of 2020 CCCC Technical and Scientific Communication Award in the category of Best Article on Pedagogy or Curriculum.

Sánchez F, Kenzie DP. Of evolutions and mutations: Assessment as tactics for action in WAC partnerships. The WAC Journal. 2016;27:119-141.

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