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Dr. Cortney Robbins

Courtney Robbins
Professor of English and Humanities

College of Arts and Sciences

Phone: 260.422.5561, ext. 2241

Email: crrobbins@indianatech.edu

Office: Snyder Academic Center, Room 265

Office Hours

  • M: 1-2:30
  • T: 12:30—3:30
  • W: 9:30-10 | 1-2:30
  • R: 12:30—2

Class Information

  • HUM 2990: The Individual and Society in Literature
  • HUM 3390: Women in Literature
  • ENG 1252: Argumentative Writing

Academic Advisor Roles

General Studies and Communication

Academic Degrees

  • Ed.D., Adult, Higher, and Community Education, Ball State University (2019)
  • M.A., History, Indiana State University (in progress)
  • M.A., English, Ball State University (2007)
  • B.A., English Literature, Ball State University (2004)

Professional Experience

Indiana Institute of Technology                                                             August 2021—present

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Professor of English and Humanities

 

Indiana Institute of Technology                                                      August 2011—August 2021

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Associate Professor of English

 

Indiana Institute of Technology                                                               August 2007—2011

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Assistant Professor of English

Selected Publications/Presentations

Publications

Robbins, C.R., & Latz, A.O. (2015). Humanities’ place in the community college (Editor’s Choice). Academic Exchange Quarterly, 19(3), 160-165. Retrieved from http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/5592j5.pdf

Presentations

  • “The Tech LEADS Initiative:  Learning Communities for Students at Risk”, Fort Wayne Area Dean’s Conference, Fort Wayne, IN, Feb. 2010
  • “Following the ‘Yellow Brick Road’ of Learning with Fantasy Literature”, Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL, Apr. 2010
  • “The Tech LEADS Initiative: Learning Communities for Students at Risk”, Indiana TRiO Spring Conference, Fort Wayne, IN May 2010-Invited Presentation
  • “Digital Storytelling in Developmental English”, Fort Wayne Area Dean’s Conference, Fort Wayne, IN, Feb. 2011
  • “Digital Storytelling, “This I Believe,” and Developmental English”, Hawaii Int’l. Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI, Jan. 2012
  • “‘The [Resistance] is Female’: Empathy, Gender, Education, and the Age of Trump”,  Int’l. Society for Educational Biography Conf., Toronto, ON, Apr. 2017
  • “Teaching Pop Culture Is Just like Riding a Broomstick: Balancing Critical and Appreciative Modes of Literary Study through the Harry Potter Series”, Popular Culture Association Conf., Indianapolis, IN, Mar. 2018