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STEPHEN K. LEONARD
WORK
Gordon College
Salem State University
01982
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229 Lake Drive
South Hamilton, MA
978.468.4033
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EDUCATION
 B.A., Gordon College (English and Political Studies), 1994
 M.Ed., Gordon College (Teaching and Curriculum), 15 hours
coursework
 M.F.A, Goddard College (Creative Writing), 2004
 Thesis: The Funerals (Long Fiction)
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OF SPECIALIZATION
Critical reading & writing
Canon literature & writers
Drama, fiction, nonfiction, poetry and screenwriting/teleplay
First Year Studies/Seminars
Peace studies
Rhetoric
Sport and recreation
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OF RESEARCH/STUDY INTEREST
Christian faith in practice
Classical rhetoric in contemporary settings
Communication and social networking
Language acquisition
Philosophy and theory of education
Social networking for the classroom
Writing processes
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OF TEACHING COMPETENCE
Christianity, character and culture studies
Composition: basic and advanced
Creative writing: drama, fiction, nonfiction, poetry,
screenwriting/teleplay
Critical studies
English language and literature: secondary (high school)
education
Literature: American and global
Media writing
Online and hybrid course presentation
Peace studies
Recreation and leisure activities
Rhetoric
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TEACHING APPOINTMENTS
 Assistant Professor, Adjunct, Department of English, Gordon
College, 2000-continuing
 Instructor, Adjunct, Department of English, Salem State
University, 2007–continuing
ATHLETIC APPOINTMENTS
 Head Coach, Cross-country, Department of Athletics, Gordon
College, 1998–2005
 Head Coach, Track & Field, Department of Athletics, Gordon
College, 1998–2006
 Sports Information Director, Department of Athletics, Gordon
College, 2000–2004
 Sports Information Director, Men’s and Women’s Cross-country,
Commonwealth Coast Conference, 2002–2004
COURSES TAUGHT
 COM 211 Writing for Media
 COR100/COR102 First Year Seminar: Christianity, Character and
Culture
 ENG 100 Basic Writing
 ENG 101 Composition I
 ENG 102 Composition II
 ENG 110 Introduction to Writing & Rhetoric
 ENG 182 Western Literature: Homer to Shakespeare
 ENG 212 Introduction to Creative Writing
 ENG 294 World Literature I
 ENG 312 Advanced Composition & Rhetoric
 ENG 400 Advanced Writing
 PE 025 Badminton
 PE 067 Running
 PE 089 Strength Training
CO-CURRICULAR SERVICE AND ACTIVITY
 Advisor, Marathon Club
 Advisor, Cricket Club
 Co-Coordinator, New Writers’ Night
 Co-Coordinator, Professional Writers’ Night
 Member, Convocation Committee
 Member, Title IX Committee
 NCAA Championships Institutional Representative, Cross-country
and Men’s Lacrosse
 Reader, Struggling Writers’ Night
PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS AND OTHER SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY
 Contributor, Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference/Middlebury College
(Fiction), August 2008
 Nonfiction Web Article: “Father or Coach?,” www.wired4sport.com,
Jan. 2009
 Nonfiction Web Article: “240 Seconds,” www.wired4sport.com, Sept.
2008
 Nonfiction Web Article: “Erratum,” www.wired4sport.com, Mar. 2008
 Nonfiction News Article: “Pilot or Passenger?,” Atlantic Flyer,
June 2006.
 Poetry: Leeward; Wishing, SNReview online, Winter Volume, 2006.
 Poetry: Musique Concréte, First Prize Award, The Genesis Project,
Dorothy Boorse, Director, Print/CD, 2005.
 Poetry: Law of Motion, Parking, The Jesus Year, SNReview online,
Winter Volume, 2005.
 Nonfiction News Article: “Question posed, 'Why not Covington, Why
not now?',” News Banner, Nov. 8, 2004.
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Nonfiction News Article: “Track coaches having to go the extra
mile,” The NCAA News, Jun. 23, 2003.
Nonfiction News Article: “Durham Delights,” Down East Magazine,
Jan/Feb., 2003.
Nonfiction News Article: “Former Lion sends a special tribute to
Allie Smith,” News Banner, Jan. 14, 2002.
Nonfiction News Article: “Decision silences small-school
constituent,” The NCAA News, Oct. 22, 2001.
Nonfiction Feature Article: Quarterly ‘Athlete Profiles,’
Stillpoint, The Magazine of Gordon College, regular feature.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
 Airline Owners and Pilots Association
 Association of Writers and Writing Programs
 Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance
 Massachusetts Teachers Association-Higher Education
 National Education Association-Higher Education
RECOGNITION
 Coach of the Year in Commonwealth Coast Conference, 2000, 2000,
2003, 2005, 2006
 First Prize Award in Poetry, The Genesis Project,, “Musique
Concrete”, 2005.
INTERESTS
 Airplane Licensed Private Pilot
 Assistant Cubmaster, Pack 28 Cub Scouts
 H-W Recreation Soccer Coach, 2007–09, HWYSA
 H-W Recreation Basketball Coach, 2007, HWBBA
 H-W Library Five-Year Planning Committee, 2010
REFERENCES
 Provided separately upon request
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