This school in Pennsylvania has one of the most vibrant rhetoric departments in the nation. I spent a week there as Writer in Residence, and gave a campus-wide talk on persuasion.
York has asked me back. I will be writer in residence in spring of 2018.
My book, Thank You for Arguing, is used in many college rhetoric courses (as well as AP English classes), and frequently lecture on campuses. If you're an educator who has adopted one of my books as a text, I offer free phone-ins or Skype sessions. I love interacting with students. To learn more, contact me.
Presentations and Workshops
Beachbody: Keynote presentation for fitness coaches in Dana Point, California.
CUE: Keynote presentation in New Orleans for HR professionals on "How to Screw Up."
Dartmouth College: Presentation on framing strategies for all of the university's advancement professionals.
Department of Defense: Persuasion workshop in Washington, DC, for MILVAX, the global agency responsible for vaccinating military personnel. Another persuasion workshop in San Antonio for Air Force JAG officers.
European Speechwriters Association: Two-day workshop and presentation in Berlin, Germany.
Hampden Sydney College: Campus-wide lecture on the need for rhetoric, in Hamden Sydney, Virginia.
Harvard University: Presentation and workshop for Arts & Sciences advancement professionals.
Lane Press: Keynote presentation in Vermont for editors and designers of magazines.
Lewis & Clark College: Campus-wide lecture in Portland, Oregon, on "The New Trivium," or why the liberal arts are a good personal investment.
Mindshare: Workshop in Bali, Indonesia, for advertisers, marketers, and media buyers.
NASA: Two separate workshops teaching rhetoric to space engineers and administrators at the Langley Research Center, Virginia.
National Association of Realtors: Keynote presentation in Reno, Nevada, for California realtors.
Ogilvy UK: Workshop for advertising creatives in London, England.
Prepaid Expo: Keynote presentation in Orlando for 2,000 finance executives.
Southwest Airlines: Presentation on "How to Screw Up" to the airline's marketing executives in Nashville.
University of Tampa: Presentation to rhetoric students.