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  • Ms. Landrus has over 15 years of experience as a writing professor at both four-year and community colleges and a student success coach.



    • Department of Literature
    • Lecturer
    • August 2016 to May 2019

    College Writing (Six courses)

    • Academic Writing Program
    • Lecturer, Teaching Partners Faculty, First-Year Writing Journal Editorial Board Member
    • August 2014 to May 2016

    • Academic Writing for English as a Second Language (Four courses) • Academic Writing (Eight courses)

    • English Department and School of Graduate and Professional Studies
    • Adjunct Writing Instructor and Course Coordinator/Consultant
    • August 2014 to May 2016

    Topics in Women Writers (Online) (Two courses) • Business Writing (Ten courses) • Introduction to Composition (Two courses) • Provided oversight for the continued development of online version of MGT 210, which includes reviewing current and alternative textbooks for MGT 210, development of rubrics for course, formal discussions with faculty and administration for possible changes to course, weekly communication with faculty instructing MGT 210 as liaison to determine and resolve any curriculum-related issues; chair meeting for end-of-semester debriefing; designed course layout for a face-to-face version to parallel with online version.

    • The Undergraduate School, Communication, Arts and Humanities and The Graduate School
    • Adjunct Associate Professor
    • January 2012 to Present

    • Introduction to Writing (Hybrid) (Six courses) • Orientation to Graduate Studies (Online) (Six courses) • Advanced Research Writing (Hybrid) (Nine courses) • Advanced Business Writing (Hybrid)

    • Department of English and Reading and Achieving the Promise Academy
    • Adjunct English Instructor and Student Coach
    • January 2009 to Present

    • American English Language III in the English Language for Academic Purposes (ELAP) Program - (One course) • College Vocabulary Development (One course) • Critical Reading, Writing, and Research at Work (One course) • Introduction to Literature (One course) • Techniques of Reading and Writing II (Online and traditional) (teen courses) • Techniques of Reading and Writing I (Online and traditional) (Five courses) • Student coach for Achieving the Promise Academy, Montgomery College’s collegewide academic program targeted to help students toward degree completion; responsible for maintaining semester academic plans for students and tailoring per their academic needs; communicating with instructors for assigned students as liaison for support, maintaining and updating detailed student data into college databases weekly, working with transfer advisors and assisting in transfer process for students; provide academic advice and counsel to students in weekly meetings with assistance in research for college and related resources as needed; advise on short- and long-term goal planning in academics and professionally; assist with teambuilding workshops and exercises for ATPA.


  • Capella University
    • PhD
    • January 2012 to November 2018

    School of Education, Concentration in Postsecondary and Adult Education.

  • Washington College
    • M.A.
    • July 1997 to May 2002

    Master of Arts in English.

  • Hollins University
    • B.A.
    • September 1986 to May 1990

    Bachelor of Arts in English.