Nonfiction (as Gray Scott)

Scholarship

Lead editor. Intersection, Fall 2017. Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education.

Jennifer Danley-Scott and Gray Scott. “Why All Faculty Should Have a Seat at the Assessment Table.” Accepted September 27, 2017 by the Journal of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness. (Slated for next issue, but issue publication has been experiencing delays.)

Reporting Realities.” Intersection, Spring 2016, pp. 5-7. Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education.

Gray Scott. “The 36% Problem.” Interchange (Nov. 2015 via Online First). doi: 10.1007/s10780-015-9272-4.

Gray Scott and Jennifer Danley-Scott. “Two Loops that Need Closing: Contingent Faculty Perceptions of Outcomes Assessment.” Journal of General Education 64.1 (2015): 30-55.

Jennifer Danley-Scott and Gray Scott. “The Other Half: Non-Tenure Track Faculty Thoughts on Student Learning Outcomes Assessment.” Research and Practice in Assessment (June 2014).

Gray Scott. “Gathering Our Thoughts: How and Why We Should Teach Students to Write Together Better.” Pacific Coast Philology 42 (Fall 2007): 86-109.

Gray Scott. “Signifying Nothing? A Secondary Analysis of the Claremont Authorship Debates.” EMLS 12.2 (September 2006). 26 Dec 2006 <http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/12-2/12-2toc.htm>

Gray Scott. “Interdisciplinary Sage: Reading Neal Stephenson Across the Curriculum.” In Tomorrow Through the Past: Neal Stephenson & the Project of Global Modernization. Ed. Jon Lewis. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2006: 1-21.

Public Scholarship

Gray Scott. “Can We Really Teach Writing?” TEDx Talk. Texas Woman’s University, 2016.

Textbooks

Contributing Writer. For Rise B. Axelrod and Charles R. Cooper, St. Martin’s Guide to Writing, 11th ed. Boston: Bedford, 2016.

Contributing Writer. For Rise B. Axelrod and Charles R. Cooper, St. Martin’s Guide to Writing, 10th ed. Boston: Bedford, 2012.

Co-author. Reading Critically, Writing Well Instructor’s Manual. 9th ed. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011. With Rise B. Axelrod, Charles R. Cooper, Alison M. Warriner.

Co-author. Instructor’s Resource Manual: St. Martin’s Guide to Writing. 9th and 10th eds. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2010, 2013. With Rise B. Axelrod, Charles R. Cooper, Alison M. Warriner, & Leona Fisher.

“Chapter 25: Annotated Bibliographies and Literature Reviews.” For Rise B. Axelrod and Charles R. Cooper, St. Martin’s Guide to Writing, 9th ed. Boston: Bedford, 2010.

“Chapter 4: Technology and The Guide.” St. Martin’s Guide to Writing Instructor’s Resource Manual. 8th ed. Ed. Rise B. Axelrod, et al. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2007. (Also contributed “tech tips” throughout the manual.)

Other Educational Work

Gray Scott. Composing Essays on Climate Change. La Verne, Calif.: Pocket Writing Tutor, 2010. eBook via Kindle, Scribd, Apple iBookstore. (ISBN 978-1-4524-6168-7)

Gray Scott. On Plagiarism. eBook via the University Writing Program at the University of California, Riverside. Riverside, CA: University of California, Riverside, 2009. <http://iawp.ucr.edu/files/teacher_support/plagiarism.pdf&gt;

Journalism

Newspapers

The Claremont Courier (1994-1996)

The Business Press / Press-Enterprise (1996-2001)

Awards

Best Education Story – Small Newspapers (2000 – 2nd Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Valley Chapter)

Best Column – Small Newspapers (2000 – 3rd Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Valley Chapter)

Excellence in Internet Reporting (Society of Professional Journalists, 1999)

Best Science Story (1999 – 2nd Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Valley Chapter)

Best Enterprise Story (1998 – 1st Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Valley Chapter)

Best Business Story (1997 – 1st and 2nd Places, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Valley Chapter)

Best Package or Series (1997 – 2nd Place, Society of Professional Journalists, Inland Valley Chapter)