PhD, Syracuse University, Composition and Cultural Rhetoric
MA, Loyola Marymount University, English with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Composition
BA, University of San Diego, English and Anthropology
Serviss, Tricia and Sandra Jamieson, Editors. Points of Departure: Rethinking Student Source Use and Writing Studies Research Methods. Utah State University Press. 2017. 266 pages.
Serviss, Tricia. “Creating Faculty Development Programming to Prevent Plagiarism: Three Approaches.” Handbook of Academic Integrity. Edited by Tracey Bretag. Springer Publications. 2016
Serviss, Tricia. “Using citation analysis heuristics to prepare TAs across the disciplines as teachers and writers.” [Special issue on TAs and the teaching of writing across the curriculum]. Across the Disciplines, 13(3). September 2016.
Serviss, Tricia. “American Rhetorics of Disappearance: Translocal Study of Feminist Activist Rhetorics in Latin America.” Crossing Borders/Drawing Boundaries: The Rhetoric of Lines Across America. Edited by Patricia Wojahn and Barbara Couture. Utah State University Press, Rhetoric and Composition Series. 2015
Serviss, Tricia. “Femicide and Rhetorics of Coadyuvante in Ciudad Juarez: Valuing Rhetorical Traditions in the Americas.” College English 75.6 (2013).
Serviss, Tricia. “The Emergent Life and Times of the Community Writing Center of Auburn: Developing Scholarship in Action at Auburn University.” Scholarship in Action: Communities, Leaders and Citizens. Edited by Giovanna Summerfield, Kathleen Hale, and Barbara Baker. Common Ground Publishing, 2013.
Serviss, Tricia. “A History of the New York Literacy Tests: Historicizing calls to localism in writing assessment.” Assessing Writing 17 (2012) 208–227.
Howard, Rebecca Moore, Tricia Serviss, and Tanya Rodrigue. “Writing from Sources, Writing from Sentences.” Writing and Pedagogy 2.2 (2010): 177-192.
Serviss, Tricia. Review of John Duffy’s Writing From These Roots: The Historical Development of Literacy in a Hmong American Community. Reflections: A Journal of Writing Service-Learning, and Community Literacy. 7.5. Summer 2009.