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Here’s the short Twitter bio from @BrilldeRamirez Author: 10StrategiesforYourSuccess inCollege. Wkshps/keynotes for K12 to #highered. Caterpillar Prof of English @bradleyu NativeLits, BComm, Baha'i, PhD, MBA If you want the full info, here it is: Caterpillar Inc. Professor of English, Brill de Ramírez (Ph.D. English UNM; M.B.A. Management, B.A. English UW–Madison; M.A. English UChicago, along with additional training focused on the success of women in higher ed--HERS Summer Institute and MLA workshops). As a literature scholar, she is a specialist in the fields of Native literatures, ecocriticism, folklore, and criticism/theory. As a specialist in student success and SHRM (human resource development), she is an emerging leader in student success strategies, online/hybrid teaching, and digital publishing. National Councilor for the Arts & Humanities (Council for Undergraduate Research), PMLA Advisory Committee (MLA), Book Review Editor CUR Quarterly, a Lexington Books Series Editor, also Peoria Area World Affairs Council, Look It’s My Book!, Baha’i Faith, and BIHE University in Iran. Area of innovation: college success, undergraduate research, service-learning, ecocomposition, and digital pedagogies (including using videoconferencing and learning management systems for teaching students in the United States and Middle East and bringing speakers into virtual classrooms for presentations–from globally distinguished writers, scholars and a Fortune 100 CEO). Wittgenstein & Critical Theory (1995), Contemporary American Indian Literatures & the Oral Tradition (1999), Native American Life-History Narratives (2007), co-editor with Evelina Zuni Lucero of Simon J. Ortiz: A Poetic Legacy of Indigenous Continuance (2009). Make College Work for You (Pearson, 2014), Women Ethnographers and Native Women Storytellers (2015), and 10 Strategies for Your Success in College (2016).

Position/Job Title:Caterpillar Inc. Professor of English
Organization:Bradley University
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