Digital Pedagogy Manager (Interim)
Seth Graves is a doctoral candidate in English at the CUNY Graduate Center who specializes in writing studies, rhetoric, and digital pedagogy. He currently teaches composition and rhetoric at Baruch and creative writing at The New School and has taught as an adjunct instructor at several CUNY colleges since 2013, including at City College, John Jay College, and the New York City College of Technology. At Baruch, he has assisted faculty in designing innovative courses, co-authored The CUNY 1969 Project, co-developed the Teacher’s Guide to First-Year Writing and Read Great Works, and co-edited Join the Conversation, an annual writing course reader published by Bedford/St. Martin’s. He’s assistant editor of the peer-reviewed Journal of Basic Writing and was selected as a 2021 Carnegie Educational Technology Fellow for CUNY.
Projects I’ve contributed to: CUNY 1969; Teach Online Course Prep Guide; The Student Guide to Learning at Baruch; Teach Hybrid; Fostering Student Engagement Seminar
Ask me about: designing courses and syllabi, creating assignments, accessible design, fostering student interaction, game-based learning, integrating writing into any course, assessment and grading, analog synthesizers, barbecue recipes.