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Shay Rahm is a lecturer of English and the publishing director of New Plains Student Publishing at the University of Central Oklahoma. In her role as publishing director of NPSP, she serves as executive editor of New Plains Review, 1890: A Journal of Undergraduate Research, and The Central Dissent: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality. She also chairs "Lit at the Lab" and co-chairs the Sherman Chaddlesone Arts & Letters Lecture Series. Both are annual events hosted by New Plains Student Publishing. Additionally, at UCO, she is the faculty adviser of Golden Key International Honour Society and a faculty mentor for the Native American Success Initiative.
Rahm’s academic interests include Generation X; twentieth- and twenty-first-century literature, with an emphasis on American minority literature; popular culture studies; emerging fiction; digital media; and technical writing.
Rahm is the Generation X Studies Area chair and a member of the Diversity Task Force for the Popular Culture Association (PCA/ACA) and she regularly participates—as an organizer, presenter, and/or panel chair—in other national conferences such as the American Literature Association Annual Conference and the College English Association Annual Conference.
ENG 1113: English Composition
ENG 1213: English Composition and Research
ENG 1253: Vocabulary Building
ENG 4023/5023: Technical Writing
ENG 4900/5900: Publishing & Editing
CSDY 4900/5900: Publishing & Editing
ENG 4900/5900: Publishing the Literary Journal
ENG 5930: Publishing Digital Fiction
UNIV 1012: Success Central
UNIV 2012: Success Strategies
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