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Herb Kauderer
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Hilbert College

5200 South Park Ave.

Hamburg, NY 14075
Associate Professor of English

August 2012 to Present


Assistant Professor of English,

August 2005 to August 2012


Adjunct Faculty – Digital Media & Communications

September 2005 to May 2008


Adjunct Faculty - English

September 2000 to May 2005



Niagara County Community College

3111 Saunders Settlement Rd.

Sanborn, NY 14132
Adjunct Faculty – English

September 2002 to May 2005


Writing Tutor in The Writing Center

January 2003 to May 2005



Villa Maria College

240 Pine Ridge Rd.

Cheektowaga, NY 14225

Adjunct Faculty – English

September 2001 to October 2004

Erie Community College

S4041 Southwestern Blvd.

Orchard Park, NY 14127
Adjunct Faculty - English,

August 1999 to 2003



COURSES TAUGHT:



  • EN 023 Preparation - College Writing

  • EN 099 Developmental Writing

  • EN 100 Fundamentals of English

  • EN 101 College Writing

  • EN 102 Writing Across the Humanities

  • EN 102 Introduction to Lit

  • EN 110 College Composition

  • EN 111 Composition & Interpretation of Lit

  • EN 222 Survey of American Lit I

  • EN 240 Studies/ Short Story

  • EN 240 The Art of Persuasion

  • COM 242 Script Writing

  • CS 250 Creative Writing Workshop I

  • EN 332 Detective Fiction

  • EN 333 Literature of Horror

  • EN 340 Professional & Technical Writing

  • COM 348 Advertising Copywriting

  • EN 399 Creative Writing/Personal Essay

  • PS 402 Symposium: Current Events

  • EN 499 Individuals Authors: Bob Dylan

  • COM 499 Advanced Screenwriting



PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:

Faculty Senate Secretary – April 2014 to present
Curriculum & Academic Policy & Procedure Committee

Fall 2007 to Present



  • Elected to two one year terms as Chair during which the committee

    • established an intranet presence designed for transparency

    • streamlined procedures for consideration of New Course Proposals

    • and collected sample and template documents

  • Continued as rank and file member since stepping down as chair

  • Stepped in as Chair pro tempore November 2015 to May 2016


The Guidelines Taskforce

February 2016 to present

Charged with creating complementary guidelines to the Faculty Senate Constitution.
Faculty Handbook Maintenance Committee

Spring 2010 to February 2016

Elected to committee charged with getting the first official Faculty Handbook completed and approved. Task completed February 2016.
Faculty Senate Constitution Review Taskforce

Fall 2009 to 2015

Ad hoc committee to consider revisions to the FSC. Updates to bring the Constitution into the electronic age completed in 2015, at which point the Taskforce evolved into The Guidelines Taskforce above.

Borders in Globalization Invited participant in Think

Tank idea session March 2015


Grievance Committee

Fall 2009 to 2013

Elected as one of three faculty representatives
Connect Workshop Invited participant in the workshop

sponsored by the Canadian Consulate November 2010


Faculty Handbook Committee

Fall 2006 to Fall 2007



  • Secretary

  • Collated collaborative contributions of the first draft of the faculty handbook


Transitions Committee

Fall 2005 to Fall 2007


Course Development:
The Art of Persuasion – Converted the course to an interdisciplinary format to accommodate the General Education requirements for the college
Early American Literature - Converted the course to an interdisciplinary format to accommodate the General Education requirements for the college
Script Writing - Created and piloted the course
for the new Digital Media and Communications (DMAC) program
Advertising Copywriting – Piloted the course for the new DMAC program
CORE Committee for Multidisciplinarity

Fall 2005 to Fall 2006



ACADEMIC WRITING AND PRESENTATIONS:


  • “Cross-Border College Website Appeals to Undergraduates in the Niagara Binational Region” presented as the ACSUS biennial conference in October 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.



  • “An American’s Look into Moodie’s Roughing It” presented at Crossing Borders in March 2015 at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario.



  • “50 Years After the Quiet Revolution: An Anglo-American Tries to Understand” presented at Crossing Borders in March 2014 at University at Buffalo in Buffalo, NY.



  • “Fedora Hats and the Great Gazoo: Pop Culture References in Robert J. Sawyer’s novels Triggers and Red Planet Blues” presented at Science Fiction: The Interdisciplinary Genre in September 2013, at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.



  • “What Do Potential Cross-Border College Students See When Looking at Websites of Institutions in the Niagara Binational Region?” presented at Crossing Borders in March 2012 in Niagara Falls, NY.



  • “Arts Funding in Canada, Alberta, and Ontario” presented at Crossing Borders in March 2011 in Niagara Falls, ON.



  • “Canadian Television Exports to the U.S.” Presented at Crossing Borders in March 2010 in Niagara Falls, NY.



  • “Carl William Thiel: An Appreciation” appeared in the program book for the Consonance 2008 conference in San Francisco, CA



  • Paper re-presentation: “How History is Filtered” at the Confluence SF Conference in Moon Township, PA in July 2005.



  • “Sense of Place, Sense of Wonder” an introduction to Pulp: Poems in the Pulp Tradition by Scott E. Green, 2004 W. Paul Ganley publisher.



  • “How History Is Filtered” Paper originally presented at the 62nd World Science Fiction Convention in Boston in September 2004.



  • “Introduction” to Come-on from the Horse on 7th Avenue by David Clink, 2002 – published by believe your own press.



PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS & RECOGNITIONS:


  • Member of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).



  • Member of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States.



  • Member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology.



  • Member of the Modern Language Association.



  • Member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA).



  • Member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA).



  • Nominated for the 2016 Hilbert College Excellence in Service Award.



  • “luddite’s dream” was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best short speculative poem of 2015.



  • “hard copy” was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best short speculative poem of 2015.



  • The Book of Answers was nominated for the Elgin Award as best speculative poetry chapbook of 2014-2015. There is a two year window of eligibility for the award, and the book was nominated in both possible years.



  • “microwords” was nominated for the Pushcart Prize as best small press poem of 2015.



  • “private source” was nominated for the Dwarf Star Award as best short short poem of 2014.



  • “Restoration” was nominated for the Dwarf Star Award as best short short poem of 2014.



  • The Book of Answers was nominated for the Elgin Award as best speculative poetry chapbook of 2013-2014.



  • “After ‘Dark Matter’” was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best short speculative poem of 2014.



  • “After ‘Signs You’re in Trouble’” was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best short speculative poem of 2014.



  • “Saline to Atlantis” was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best long speculative poem of 2014.



  • “Words Not Red” was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best long speculative poem of 2014.



  • Nominated for the 2015 Hilbert College Excellence in Scholarship Award.



  • Nominated for the 2014 Hilbert College Excellence in Scholarship Award.



  • March 2012, runner-up for best conference paper for 2011 Crossing Borders Conference for “Arts Funding in Canada, Alberta, and Ontario”.



  • Nominated for the 2011 University at Buffalo Presidential Scholarship.



  • Elected to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges:

    • 2012

    • 2011

    • 2010



  • “A Twisted Certainty” won the Ewaipanoma Sonnet Contest for 2008.



  • “True Selves” received third place in the Dragon Soup Poetry Contest, 2008.



  • Recipient of Hilbert College Arts Grant in Fall 2005.



  • “Wedding Songs” won the 1998 WorldCon Poetry Slam



  • The poem “Survivor” was given Honorable Mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror Ninth Annual Collection (1996 St. Martin’s Press)



  • Nominated as Best Poet of 1994 by the Small Press Genre Association.



  • Recipient of the Sycamore Arts Award for historical writing from the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. - Aethelmearc: June 1992.



  • "Arcade" was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best long speculative poem of 1992.




  • "Mutant" was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best short speculative poem of 1991.



  • "Names" was nominated for the Rhysling Award as best short speculative poem of 1991.



  • Nominated for Best New Poet of 1990 award by the Small Press Writers & Artists Organization.



  • Recipient of Pelican Award from the SCA, their highest award for service, August 1990.



  • Recipient of the Keystone Award for service to the Great Lakes chapter of the SCA, January 1990.



  • Recipient of the Silver Crescent Award for service to the North East chapter of the SCA, July 1986.



  • Recipient of the Ice Dragon Award for service to the Buffalo chapter of the SCA, March 1986



  • Recipient of NYS Regents Scholarship Fall 1977-Fall 1979.




EDUCATION:
University at Buffalo

Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies,

Anticipated Completion, August 2016


Goddard College

MFA in Creative Writing, July 1, 2007

Master’s Thesis: “The Elephant’s Ghost”


Buffalo State College

MA in English, August 13, 2000

Master’s Thesis: “Lines of Separation”


University at Buffalo

AGC (Advanced Graduate Certificate) in Canadian Studies, February 1, 2011
Hilbert College

BA in Psychology

Minor in Sociology

Anticipated Completion, December 2016


Buffalo State College

BA in English, December 21, 1987, Cum Laude
Hilbert College

AA in Liberal Arts, May 6, 2013
Fredonia State College - Business Major, September

1977 to December 1979.




CREATIVE WRITING EXPERIENCE:


  • Beyond the Mainstream – Main screenwriter for an independent feature film released May 8, 2013.



  • If You Wanna Be Happy” (AKA Life of a New Age Singer) 2013 short film – main screenwriter.



  • Children of the Future” 2007 short film – contributing screenwriter.



  • Calliope, an animated children’s TV series in and out of development at KittyHawk Productions.



  • Bad Connections, a full-length stage comedy written in collaboration with Alan Katerinsky

      • A staged reading was performed in the summer of 2001.

      • An excerpt was published in the Fall 2005 issue of Pitkin in Progress.



  • Nine poetry chapbook collections

      • 2015 July – Modern Poems of Pennsic: a biography of an event

      • 2014 July – The Book of Answers: A Book of Answer Poems

      • 2004 August – Wedding Songs: Poems of Family, Love, & Marriage

      • 2003 December – Beneath the Greasepaint: Poems of Creating & Creators

      • 2002 March – Ghosts Dream of Madmen

      • 2001 November – Hate Mail & Love Letters

      • 1999 April – Mid-Course Correction

      • 1996 May – Variations of Sleeping Alone

      • 1995 October – Olives: A Jar Full of Small Pokes





  • Short works including:

      • Twenty-five short stories,

      • short memoirs

      • reviews,

      • essays,

      • criticisms,

      • and commentary,



  • Over 1000 poems published in more than one hundred periodicals and anthologies including, The Buffalo News, Artvoice, The Rhysling Award Anthology, Asimov’s Science Fiction, and Analog Science Fiction and Fact.




MEDIA & SPEAKING EXPERIENCE:

Co-host of the internet talk show podcast Orthopedic Horseshoes



  • Over forty episodes since January 2008

  • Includes interviews with a long list of notable scientists, authors, and computer technologists

  • Appears on ThinkTwiceRadio.com, and is archived on iTunes and HerbKauderer.com

Frequent appearances on the radio/internet media talk

show The Oracle of Enlightenment March 2007 to present
Featured interview on Words & Music internet music

show, July 14, 2009


Guest hosted the television show The Greg Sterlace



Show Broadcast February 14 & 16, 2007

Interviewed on the television show The Greg Sterlace



Show Broadcast December 7 & 9, 2005

Appeared on WBNY’s All-Talk Monday December 5, 2005


Featured poetry readings in:



  • Boston

  • Toronto

  • Rochester, NY

  • Pittsburgh

  • Buffalo

  • Niagara Falls


REVIEW & EDITING EXPERIENCE:
Since September of 2015 I a first reader of short prose for R.KV.R.Y. Quarterly Literary Journal providing written feedback.
Reviewed the manuscript of Quantum Night by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 2700 words of written commentary. The book was published March 1st, 2016 by Ace Science Fiction in the US, and Penguin Books in Canada.
Reviewed the manuscript of Carpenter Road by David Livingstone Clink and provided about 1000 words of written commentary. The book is forthcoming.
Reviewed the manuscript of Red Planet Blues by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 8300 words of written commentary. The novel was published in hardcover in April 2013 from Ace Science Fiction in the US, and Viking Canada in Canada.
Reviewed the early manuscript of Watchman's Oath by Deborah J. Dean and provided written and verbal commentary. The novel was published in trade paperback in April of 2012 by Ideabasket.
Reviewed the manuscript of Triggers by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 7000 words of written commentary. The novel was published in hardcover in April of 2012 by Ace in the US and Viking Canada in Canada.
In 2011 and 2012 I reviewed the opening of the noir manuscript Last Calls by Terence Morea and provided written and verbal commentary. The novel has been optioned by a publisher, but is still unpublished.
Reviewed the manuscript of Wonder by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 2000 words of written commentary as well as some verbal commentary. The novel was published in hardcover in April of 2011 by Ace Books in the US and Viking Canada in Canada. The book won the Aurora Award for best long-form work in English for the year and was a main selection of the Science Fiction Book Club.
Reviewed the manuscript of Monster by David Livingstone Clink and provided 650 words of written commentary. The poetry collection was published in trade paperback in 2010 by Tightrope Books.
Reviewed the manuscript of Watch by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 2500 words of written commentary. The novel was published in hardcover in April of 2010 by Ace Books in the US and Viking Canada in Canada. The novel won the Aurora Award as best long-form work in English for the year, and also won the Hal Clement Award for best young-adult book science fiction book of the year. Watch was a Sunburst Award finalist, and a main selection of the Science Fiction Book Club
Reviewed the manuscript of Stealing Home by Hayden Trenholm and provided about 3000 words of written commentary. The novel was published in trade paperback in 2010 by Bundoran Press and was a finalist for the Aurora Award for best long-form work in English for the year.
Reviewed the manuscript of Wake by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 4600 words of written commentary. The novel was published in hardcover in April of 2009 by Ace Books in the US and Viking Canada in Canada. The novel won the Aurora Award for best long-form work in English for the Year, and was also a finalist for the Hugo Award and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award, and it was a main selection of the Science Fiction Book Club.
Reviewed the manuscript of Eating Fruit Out of Season by David Livingstone Clink and provided handwritten commentary. The poetry collection was published in trade paperback in 2008 by Tightrope Books.
In 2008 I reviewed the screenplay of Earthfall-"Vanguard" by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 2000 words of written commentary. The feature-length television pilot won the WILDsound Screenplay Festival competition and later received a professional staged reading at the National Film Board of Canada's Theatre in Toronto.
Reviewed the manuscript of Steel Whispers by Hayden Trenholm and provided over 3200 words of written commentary. The novel was published in trade paperback in 2008 by Bundoran Press and was a finalist for the Aurora Award for best long-form work in English for the year.
Reviewed the manuscript of Rollback by Robert J. Sawyer and provided about 4700 words of written commentary. The book was published in hardcover in April 2007 by Tor Books. The novel was a Hugo Award Finalist, a John W. Campbell Memorial Award finalist, an Aurora Award finalist, and a main selection of the Science Fiction Book Club.
Reviewed the manuscript of the full-length poetry collection The Illustrated Manatee by David Clink and provided written and verbal commentary. The book was published as a perfect-bound trade paperback
Edited the chapbook Come-on from the Horse on 7th Avenue by David Clink 2002 published by Believe Your Own Press.
In 1992 I reviewed the manuscript of Lillith by Harry Thomas Brashear and provided written and verbal commentary. The novel remains unpublished.
From March 1980 to June 1982 I edited The Ice Dragon, the monthly newsletter of the Buffalo chapter of the SCA, Inc.


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