Jay Jordan portrait
  • Academic Liaison, Utah Global
  • Associate Professor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies
  • Associate Professor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies
801-585-0980

Research Keywords

  • Kenya
  • Ghana
  • Materials Engineering
  • Separation Process
  • Surfaces and Interfaces
  • Production Economics and Management (Agriculture)
  • Dams and Earth Structures

Presentations

  • Haewaepa as Heuristic: English Complexities in Korea. , Presented, 2019.
  • Startup City/Startup WAC: Transnational Writing Support at an Extended International Campus. Conference on College Composition and Communication. , Presented, 2018.
  • Transnational Composition Standing Group. Conference on College Composition and Communication. , Presented, 2018.
  • Studies in Writing and Rhetoric: Cultivating Capacity for Authors. Conference on College Composition and Communication. , Presented, 2017.
  • "Publishing in Studies in Writing and Rhetoric," Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR. , Accepted, 2016.
  • Writing Across the Curriculum and in a Global Context. Lecture/workshop. Washington & Lee University. , Presented, 2016.
  • "Reworking Boundaries of Language and Discipline," Conference on College Composition and Communication, Houston, TX. (Invited roundtable.). , Presented, 2016.
  • World Englishes in Korea. , Presented, 2015.
  • Engaging the Global in the Teaching of Writing. , Presented, 2015.
  • Heuristics for Multilingual Composition. National University of Singapore. , Presented, 2015.
  • World Rhetorics in Korea. SUNY-Stony Brook guest lecture for graduate program in rhetoric and composition. Via Skype. , Presented, 2014.
  • Opening Spaces for Multilingual Students: Curricular Designs and Pedagogical Innovations for First-Year Classrooms and Beyond. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis. , Presented, 2014.
  • Publishing in Studies in Writing and Rhetoric. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis. , Presented, 2014.
  • “Crossing BW/ESL/FYW Divides: Exploring Translingual Writing Pedagogies and Programs," Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV, Spring 2013. , Presented, 2013.
  • Virtual Squatters' Economies: Internationalized Web Domains and Multilingual Contact. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. Invited/featured presentation. , Presented, 2012.
  • Globally Networked Learning Environments and Questions about "English." Conference on College Composition and Communication. Invited response to workshop. , Presented, 2012.
  • Invited Lecture, University of Louisville, on multilingual content on the World Wide Web. , Presented, 2011.
  • Writing Program Complexities in Transnational Context. Conference on College Composition and Communication. , Presented, 2019.
  • Learning About--and From--International Students. , Presented, 2018.
  • "Definitions of 'Rhetoric' in L2 Composition," Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY. , Presented, 2016.
  • "Writing Across the Curriculum at a Global Campus in South Korea," Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, OR (international research presentation). , Accepted, 2016.
  • "Capacious Rhetorics for Multilingual Composition," Rhetoric Society of America conference. , Presented, 2016.
  • “Exigencies: International Admissions Brokerage Globally and Locally,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV, Spring 2013. , Presented, 2013.
  • Vernacular Codes and Critical Questions About Language. Conference on College Composition and Communication. Featured Session. , Presented, 2012.
  • From Scattered to Embedded Writing Support for Graduate Engineering Students. Writing Research Across Borders III, Paris, France. , Presented, 2014.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Embedded Writing Support in a Graduate Engineering Lab. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:
  • Research in Writing Lab. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:

Languages

  • Polish, Basic.
  • Spanish, Functional.
  • English, Fluent.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Poland

Publications

  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Jordan, Jay. Redesigning Composition for Multilingual Realities. Urbana: NCTE, 2012.. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Rhetoric and Multilingual Composition. 220 ms pp. For submission to Rhetoric Society of America Series on Transdisciplinary Rhetorics (Penn State Press). Proposal stage.. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Future Perfect Tense: Kairos as a Heuristic for Reconciliation. Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Beyond "Coping" to Natural Language Work: A Case Study at a Transnational Campus. Parlor Press. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Writing Programs, Student Support, and Privatizing International Recruitment. Cross-Language Communication and the Academy.. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). Revaluing Silence and Listening with Second Language Writers. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). “Virtual Squatters' Economies: Internationalized Web Domains and Multilingual Contact.” Economies of Writing: Revaluing Rhetoric and Composition. Ed. Bruce Horner, Brice Nordquist, and Susan M. Ryan. Accepted, .
  • Michelle Cox (date unknown). Inventing Identities in Second Language Writing. Ed. with Michelle Cox, Christina Ortmeier-Hooper, and Gwen Grey Schwartz. Accepted, .
  • Paul Kei Matsuda (date unknown). Second Language Writing in the Composition Classroom: A Critical Sourcebook. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). “Attitudes about Graduate L2 Writing in Engineering: Possibilities for More Integrated Instruction.” Co-authored with April A. Kedrowicz. Across the Disciplines 8.4 (2011). Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Response: "Trans-" Work Takes Place. Across the Dsiciplines. Vol. 15. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). The Internet in "Their" Language: South Korea and the Internationalizing Web. Computers and Composition. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). "Fast Movements, Slow Processes." Composition Studies 44.1. Accepted, .
  • Jay Jordan (date unknown). Material Translingual Ecologies. College English. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). "Between and Beyond the Covers: Local Cultural Questions and the Limits of Textbook Curricula." An article in College Composition and Communication that argues against the relevance of many student-centered publications (especially textbooks) based on themes of multiculturalism. Argues for more attention to/student-led research on local contexts of cultural and linguistic diversity. Accepted, .
  • (date unknown). "Second Language Users and Emerging English Designs." Article in College Composition and Communication that reports on empirical evidence of second language English users' emerging competencies in their interactions with native-English-speaking peers in writing courses at three universities. Accepted, .