Curriculum Vitae

Education & Training

M.A. in Pastoral Counseling, Loyola University Chicago, Institute of Pastoral Studies, in progress

Ph.D. in English, Purdue University, May 2012
Primary area: Rhetoric and Composition
Secondary areas: Professional and Technical Writing, Medical Rhetoric

Certificate in Spiritual Guidance, Spiritual Guidance Training Program, Siena Retreat Center, 2019-2020

Emergency Medical Technician-Basic, St. Elizabeth Regional Health, 2010-2011

M.A. in English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, May 2008
Concentrations: Composition Studies in English as a Second Language, Linguistics

Honors B.A. in Psychology, Marquette University, May 2006
Minor: Italian Studies

Study Abroad, Loyola University Chicago, John Felice Rome Center, Spring 2005
Concentration: Italian

Selected Academic Appointments

Associate Professor, Fall 2016-present
English Department, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
Promoted with tenure to Associate Professor on February 18, 2020

Assistant Professor, Fall 2012-Spring 2016
Department of English & the Professional Writing Program, Towson University, Towson, MD

Selected Publications

Angeli, Elizabeth L. “Crisis Communication.” Keywords in Technical and Professional Communication, edited by Han Yu and Jonathan Buehl, WAC Clearinghouse, 2023, pp. 75-83. DOI: 10.37514/TPC-B.2023.1923.2.07. Invited.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., and Lillian Campbell. “Designing ‘Writing for Health and Medicine’: Course Arcs, Anchors, and Action.” Programmatic Perspectives, vol. 14, no. 1, 2023, pp. 166-174.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., and Cathy Melesky Dante. “Scar Stories: A Framework for Befriending Pain and Suffering.” Presence: An International Journal of Spiritual Direction, vol. 29, no.  2, 2023, pp. 56-64.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., Serina Jamison, and Susan E. Jones-Landwer. “Preparing Humanities Students for Employment: Reimagining Career Exploration and Education through Ignatian Spirituality and Discernment.” Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, vol. 12, no. 1, 2023, article 9.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., Julia Jezykowski, Patrick Sinclair, Tom Grawey, James T. Poltrock, and Ben Weston. “Documenting Patient Interaction: EMS Report Reader Expectations and Improvements for Providers.” Wisconsin Medical Journal, vol. 121, no. 4, 2022, pp. 285-291.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., and Julia A. Jezykowski. “EMS Report Writing Improved By Enhanced Structured Narrative Prompts.” JEMS: Journal of Emergency Medical Services, 19 July 2022.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., Victoria Reinhartz, Sabrina Alahmad, and Julia Jezykowski. “Education Survey Finds Providers Feel Unprepared.” EMSWorld, ISSN 51, issue 4, April 2022.

Angeli, Elizabeth L. “When the Classroom is the Workplace: Developing Writing Curricula for Healthcare Training Programs.” Teaching Writing in the Health Professions: Perspectives, Problems, and Practices, edited by Michael J. Madson, Routledge, 2022, pp. 107-120.

Angeli, Elizabeth L. “Technical Communication Pedagogy and Layered Literacies in Workplace Training Courses.” Effective Teaching of Technical Communication, edited by Michael J. Klein, WAC Clearinghouse, 2021, pp. 287-302.

—. “How Report Writing Supports Paramedic Students’ Learning.” International Paramedic Practice, vol. 10, no. 1, 2020, pp. 28-33.

Campbell, Lillian, and Elizabeth L. Angeli. “Embodied Healthcare Intuition: A Taxonomy of Sensory Cues Used by Healthcare Providers.” Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, vol. 2, no. 4, 2019, pp. 353-383.

Angeli, Elizabeth L. Rhetorical Work in Emergency Medical Services: Communicating in the Unpredictable Workplace. Routledge, 2019. Winner of the 2020 Conference on College Composition and Communication’s Best Book in Technical and Scientific Communication Award.

Angeli, Elizabeth L., and Christina D. Norwood. “The Internal Rhetorical Work of a Public Health Crisis Response.” Rhetoric of Public Health, special issue of Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, vol. 2, no. 2, 2019, pp. 208-232.

Selected Interviews

One on One – Liz Angeli.” Loved As You Are – An Ignatian Podcast, 8 Feb. 2024.

Are the Humanities in Decline?” Wisconsin Public Radio, The Morning Show. Interview given with Gerry Canavan and Serina Jamison, 16 May 2023. 

How to Live a Meaningful Life: Vocational Discernment Courses Provide Students with Reflective Opportunities for Self-discovery.” Marquette A&S, 2022.

MU Students Tackle Big Questions with Discernment Maps,” Catholic Herald. Interview given with given with English Department graduate students Susan Lawdler-Jones and Jacob Petrowsky, 7 Feb. 2022.

Speaking with the ‘Report Doctor,’” Journal of Emergency Medical Services EMS Improv Podcast Series, 16 Dec. 2021.

 “Vocational Discernment Makes Its Way into the Classroom,” Marquette University Wire and Tribune. Interview given with English Department graduate student Serina Jamison, 7 Dec. 7, 2021.

 “It’s Trusting Your Gut! How Following Intuition Pays Off,” Marquette Career Services It’s Happening! A College Career Podcast, 2 March 2021.