Geoffrey Lee

Geoffrey Lee

Work History

Work History
Jul 2012 - Present

Director, CPS Writing Support Center

Keuka College

Faculty member responsible for curriculum development and course design for ENG300: College Writing for Transfer Students, the required composition course in Keuka’s Accelerated Studies for Adults Programs (ASAP); regularly teach ENG300, a hybrid course; hire, train, evaluate, and provide professional development to instructors for the course; provide writing support to college’s nontraditional student population through asynchronous writing tutoring

Aug 2011 - Jul 2012

Academic Skills Counselor

Keuka College

Faculty member responsible for providing writing tutoring to students in the college's Accelerated Studies for Adults Programs (ASAP) and for teaching six sections annually of ASAP's Business and Professional Writing course (COM320)

Aug 2008 - Jun 2011


Department of English, Clemson University

Responsible for content selection, design, and instruction of courses in sophomore-level literature (American Literature, 1620-1945; 20th and 21st Century Literature), advanced writing (Technical Writing), and English as a second language (ESL)--in total four sections per semester

Presented annually on Clemson's ESL offerings at International Graduate Student Orientation, and conducted placement testing for incoming international graduate students (200 students per session in both Fall 2009 and Fall 2010 semesters)

Apr 2008 - May 2010

EFL Instructor


Planned and taught intensive, one-on-one courses focused on improvement of students’ listening and oral communication skills

Jul 2005 - Jun 2006

Director, Program Development

Language Intelligence, Ltd.

Developed and implemented new foreign language programs; interviewed, hired, and trained new teachers; observed classes to ensure quality of new and existing programs; developed and wrote content for company website; as EFL instructor, taught one-on-one immersion courses (40+ hrs/week) and ongoing private courses

May 2002 - Sep 2004

Head Teacher/EFL Teacher

EF - English First

As Head teacher at school (from September 2002-September 2004), I was responsible for placement-testing of incoming students, periodic language level assessments of students, and teacher training and support through workshops and one-on-one counselling.  For my entire time at the school I was also an EFL instructor with full teaching duties, including course design, material development, and class instruction

Sample Teaching & Professional Development Portfolio


May 2000


St. Bonaventure University

Graduated magna cum laude with secondary concentrations in History and Spanish Language and Literature



Moodle (Course Management)


I studied Spanish at both the high school and university levels. At St. Bonaventure University I minored in Spanish. From January 2001 to July 2001 I lived and worked in Medellin, Colombia, and from July 2001 to September 2001 I traveled through parts of Central America and Mexico. I became very proficient in the language, though some of the skills I gained have receded from lack of practice over the past several years.

Blackboard (Course Management)

Google Apps & Blogger

I have used Google Docs to create and publish numerous websites, including those for class syllabi and class activities (see above). Additionally, I have used Sites as course management tools (see above) and Calendar to organize personal and professional schedules, and both Google Groups and Blogger for instruction of and discussion during online literature and technical writing courses.