Christopher Lee


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Curriculum Vitae

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Teaching Experience

I strive to implement inquiry-based and discovery-based practices that engage students as active participants and co-creators in their learning rather than strictly lecturing. Whenever possible, students uncover course content with me and each other; I don’t simply cover content for them.

I’m impressed with the level of engagement and intrinsic motivation of BYU students.


My research interests include composition pedagogy, faculty development, rhetoric, and popular culture.


I strive to serve the community, my profession, and my department/college. For example, I’ve helped organize professional conference panels, chaired conference sessions, served as an evaluator for a tenure candidate, evaluated student essays for contests, presented at the Springville Public library on Gothic Literature, and serve on hiring committees at my institution.

Citizenship assignments

  • External Tenure Scholarship Reviewer, Undisclosed Candidate, Idaho State University, Fall, 2019.
  • Lecture on Dracula for the Springville Gothic Tales Revisited Lecture Series, Springville Public Library, Fall 2020.

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