Residence (2004): Pleasant Grove, Utah
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Green Bay, Brown, Wisconsin
1976-78, La Paz, Bolivia
1991 Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona.
1982 M.A. and Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
1980 B.A. in English, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
1997-present, Associate Professor of Linguistics, Brigham Young University. Research interests include Comparative Historical Linguistics, Composition and Rhetoric, Contrastive Rhetoric, Dickinson, Exegesis, Lexicography, Philology, Poetics, Shakespeare, and Translation.
2001- present Associate Editor, Journal of Book of Mormon Studies, Brigham Young University.
1990-91 Free-lance Linguist, Translation Department, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Dictionary Society of North America.
Emily Dickinson International Society.
Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association.
University Faculty for Life.
1996 Third Prize in the BYU Studies Personal Essay Contest. Brigham Young University. Essay \"Tomorrow Will Be My Dancing Day.\"
1996 Second Prize in the \"Poetry--Non-Student Division\" of the Literature and Belief contest. Brigham Young University. Poem \"Effigy.\"
1992 Second Prize in the \"Teachers as Writers Contest.\" Arizona English Teachers Association. Poem \"Safe Place.\"
1982 3rd Place, Christian Values Writing Contest. Essay, \"Plain Style and Posturing.\"
1981 1st Place, Christian Values Writing Contest. Student Poetry, \"Family Name (Revelation 2:17).\"
2nd Place, 1980-81 Vera Hinckley Mayhew Poetry Contest. \"In the Wilderness.\"
1980 Special Award, National College Poetry Contest. \"Spring Floods--Arizona 1978.\"
1980 3rd Place, Mormon Festival of Arts Poetry Contest. \"Aunt Elizabeth,\" \"Mayola Moore,\" \"Family Name.\"
1979 1st Place, Mormon Festival of Arts Poetry Contest. \"Santiago de Huata--Seven Months Home.\"