|Office:||255 Ross |
527 Farm House Ln.
Courses I Teach
English 250: Written, Oral, Electronic Composition (for Microbiology and Genetics Learning Communities)
English 302: Business Communication
English 309: Proposal and Report Writing
English 312: Biological Communication
English 314: Technical Communication
DegreesPh.D. Scandinavian Studies (Old Norse, Old English minor), University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A. Scandinavian Studies (Norwegian and Old Norse literature), University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A. Scandinavian Studies, Concordia College (Moorhead, Minnesota)
- Effects of (mis)understanding of the nature of science and scientific thinking on scientists’ communication with the general public
- Effective collaboration with science and engineering colleagues to create relevant communication courses for students in those disciplines
- Sustaining consistency of curricula in a large writing program
Finkelstein L, Aune J, Potter L. Technical Writing for Engineers and Scientists. 4e. McGrawHill, 2022.
Locker K, Mackiewicz J, Aune J, Kienzler D. Business and Administrative Communication. 13e. McGrawHill 2022.
Aune J, Evans LL, Boury N. "Using non-fiction in an English course to teach the nature of science and its importance to communicating about science." Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education. 2018; 19(1). http://dx.doi.org/0.1128/jmbe.v19i1435.
Mackiewicz, J, Aune J. "Implementing routine across a large-scale writing program." WAC Journal. 2017; 28: 75-105.
Dinkelman AL, Aune JE, Nonnecke, GR. "Using an interdisciplinary approach to teach undergraduates communication and information literacy skills." Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education. 2010; 39: 137-144.
Outside of the University…
When I'm not teaching or working in the Advanced Communication program here at ISU, I'm either watching my kids play soccer (my son plays number 9 or 10; my daughter plays number 4 or 6) or riding dressage. Right now, I’m training a rescue pony named Little Einstein the dressage basics and he’s teaching me patience.