David Howell

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Name: David Howell
User Type: Faculty/Staff
Biography: Dr. David Howell serves as the Dean of Students and the Title IX Coordinator for MSOE. He is responsible for overseeing all non-education programs that are administered to students, including the following departments: Counseling, Learning Resource Center, Mentor Program, Student Activities, Servant-Leadership, TRIO, and Women’s Connections. He helps integrate a student-centric philosophy throughout the social fabric and culture of the university through extracurricular programs.
Url: http://www.msoe.edu/people/1324/blog
Work Address: MSOE
1025 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Preferred Contact Method: email
Department: Student Activities
Title: Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator
Office Number: CC385
Education: Doctor of Philosophy, Individual Interdisciplinary (Composition Studies, Qualitative Research, At-Risk Education, Eastern Philosophy), May 1997, Washington State University.

Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing, May 1991, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Bachelor of Arts, English, May 1986, Whitworth College.
Publications: In Sixteen Hands of Shadow, a chapbook of poetry. Red Roan Press: Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin.

"Whenever the Unbelievable Visits Us, We Fall in Love," poem published in Pillow: Exploring the Heart of Eros.

"Whenever the Unbelievable Visits us," "My Wife Sleeps on One Shore," "Embracing the Gentleness of the Roan's Neck," "I Cannot Sleep This Evening," and How We Love Each Other," poems anthologized in 700 Kisses: A Yellow Silk Book of Writing.

“Cicada” and “Lilacs” in Ink Waves.

“In Sixteen Hands of Shadow,” “The Girl from Toledo,” “My Son, Drawing in the Milwaukee Art Museum,” “Pen Trembles,” and “Above the Tanana” appeared in Free Verse.

“Anemia” appeared in Barnwood Magazine.

"Dead Chinese Poets," poem published in Cicada.

"At the Flower Shop," poem published in Amelia.

"Susan and the Red Roan," poem published in Trapeze.

"I Found Him Lying in Wildflowers," poem published in Shades of Crimson.

"Reflection after Three Years in Alaska," poem published in West Wind Review.

"The End of October" and a sequence of thirteen poems entitled "Days in India," published in The Bellingham Review.

"Trees on the Slough," poem published in Hawaii Review.

"Rain," "Bruise," "His Bridge Down Slough," and "Yours," poems published in Caprice.

"A Bulkhead and a Lighthouse on Vashon Island," poem published in Fairbanks Arts Magazine.

"I am Tired of Large Words" and "Steel Lines," poems published in Permafrost.

"Shades of Gray," poem published in American Poetry Anthology.
Areas of Specialization / Expertise: Title IX Coordinator, ethnography, poetry, meta-cognition, Student Affairs, ethics
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Phone Number: (414) 277-7225

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Member Since: Aug 30, 2013
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