Most of the courses I formerly taught somewhat regularly are listed below.  Courses presented in boldfaced maroon type represent those I taught during spring 2013, my last semester of teaching. The most recently used version of the course outline and the handouts about introductory matters and grade breakdown are provided via links.  The link to "other handouts" provides further links to pages that contain samples of handouts or information I commonly used when I taught the course in question.

ENGL 2330Survey of World Literature
     Course Outline
     Introductory Matters
     Grade Breakdown
     Other Handouts
PC 2500—Communicating in the Professions
     Course Outline (obtain hard copy from professor)
     Introductory Matters (obtain hard copy from professor)
     Grade Breakdown (obtain hard copy from professor)
     Other Handouts (obtain hard copies from professor)
ENGL/PC 3250Professional Communication I
     Course Outline
     Introductory Matters
     Grade Breakdown
     Other Handouts and Information
     
PC 4970Professional Communication II
     Course Outline
     Introductory Matters
     Grade Breakdown
     Other Handouts
PC 4940Technical Editing
     Course Outline
     Introductory Matters
     Grade Breakdown
     Other Handouts
PC 4990Seminar in Professional Communication
     Course Outline
     Introductory Matters
     Grade Breakdown
     Other Handouts

I taught the following courses on the following days at the following times in the following classrooms during the spring 2013 term:

I expect that the spring 2013 term will be my last in a post-retirement capacity, just as the fall 2010 semester was the last semester of my full-time teaching career; I do not anticipate doing any additional teaching during future terms, at least not for a few years. Thanks to all students, happy or disgruntled with my efforts, for allowng me to enjoy a career that was ideally suited to my temperament and interests.

 

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