Mark Todd's Resume
• Ph.D. in English, Texas Tech University, 1992. Dissertation: “A Bakhtin Reading of St. John de Crevecoeur.”
• M.A. in English, Eastern New Mexico University, 1984.
• B.A. in French and German, Eastern New Mexico University, 1973.
• Western State College of Colorado, 1988-present; tenured, 1994; promoted to full professor of English, 1996.
• ENMU—Clovis branch community college, 1986–1988, Instructor of English.
• Eastern New Mexico University, 1985–1986. Full-time temporary instructor of English and French.
• I currently serve as the English program coordinator.
• I sit on the Graduate Studies Council.
* I served as faculty trustee, 2005-2007.
• I served as poetry editor for Marginalia, 2005-2006. I now sit on publication's editorial board.
• I have served as chair of CALL and director of Honors.
• I have served on all the major standing committees.
• Co-Advisor to WordHorde, Western's English Club, 1999-present.
• Advisor to the Rodeo Club, 2000-present.
• Advisor to the student newspaper, Top 'O the World, 1988-2002.
• Co-advisor to the student magazine, PathFinder, 1992-2002.
• Member of Arts and Humanities and Campus Media Council, 1992-present.
• First-year student academic advisor, 1988-present.
• I serve on the Cattlemen's Days Rodeo Board, preparing and staging a week-long celebration of our Western Heritage, 1998 to present.
• I volunteer as a telescope operator and presenter for the Gunnison Valley Observatory, which opened summer, 2008.
• I volunteer on the Gunnison Valley Animal Welfare League.