Professional Presentations

Neville, L.U.. (2016). Women’s Experiences in the Workplace. Panelist at University of Tennessee System Professional Development Conference for Women. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Neville, L.U.. (2016). Diversity and Inclusion Trends in Higher Education. Presentation at University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Board biannual meeting. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Neville, L.U.. (2016). Communicating Diversity. Presenting via Zoom Meeting webinar to Frederick Community College President’s Diversity Task Force. Frederick, Maryland.

Neville, L.U.. (2014). Navigating a diverse campus. Presenting at “HighEdWeb 2014” at Higher Education Web Professionals’ Annual Conference. Portland, Oregon.

Neville, L.U., Small, T. (2014). Nuts and Bolts of Starting Your Own Diversity Council. Presenting at “Collaborators for Change: Best Practices in Diversity and Inclusion” at University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s annual diversity summit. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Neville, L.U., Purdy, M. (2014). If {client = “content editor” } then {CMS};. Presenting at “HighEdWebSE Conference” at Higher Education Web Professionals’ Regional Conference. Florence, South Carolina.

Neville, L. U., Purdy, M. (2013). Getting Started with Responsive Web Design. Presenting at Tennessee College Public Relations Association Annual Conference. Cookeville, Tennessee.

Shoemaker, L., Neville, L.U. (2012). Embracing Your Top-Level Website Redesign: Challenges, Collaborations, Creations, and Chorizo. Presenting at “HighEdWeb 2012” at Higher Education Web Professionals’ Annual Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Hiles, T. W., Staples, C., Neville, L.U. (2011). Accessibility 360º. Presented at “DisABILITIES Conference: Transition, Indepence, and Empowerment” at Edinboro University’s DisABILITIES Conference. Edinboro, Pennsylvania.

Cogie, J., Uili, L., and Powell, T. (2008). Trusting the situation: Allowances for agency within a pedagogical borderland. Presented at “Race in the Writing Center: Towards a New Theory and Praxis” at University of Illinois – Chicago’s National Conference on Writing Centers as Public Space. Chicago, Illinois.