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Theon H
Writer #27069
Wheaton, IL
NEW 8/28/2018
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Specifically, he examines the role of radical rhetoric as a form of civic engagement and public advocacy. His research is based on the premise that radical rhetoric plays a vital role in challenging society to live up to core values that have been lost, forgotten, or ignored. In addition, his study concentrates on radical forms of rhetoric operating within the context of social movements, politics, and religion.
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Research, Editing, Curriculum Design, PowerPoint, Student Development, Tutoring, Copy Writing, Proofreading, Content Development, SEO and Content Strategy.

Interests

Microsoft, Jack Welch, Alpha Lambda Delta Alumni, Daniel Goleman, Jim Kim, Chicago Tribune Media Group, Rhetoric Society of America and National Communication Association.

Education

Bob Jones University

Due to the scope of the modern linguistic turn, Onill’s research provides a pertinent basis for reflection on the discursive and organizational conventions of contemporary scholarship. His reflection is becoming increasingly necessary as scholarship and democracy alike adapt to new communication technologies and related elements of globalization defining the 21st century.

Purdue University

Onill was a member of both the Communication Graduate Student Association and Black Graduate Student Association. A concentration in Rhetoric and Public Culture enabled him to explore how texts, images, and other media function as modes of action, with particular regard to those practices that organize public thought, identities and social relations.

Education

1,290 Projects Completed

Onill served as the primary instructor and assistant for various course offerings within the Lamb School of Communication. His teaching experience includes courses such as Introduction to Communication Theory, Presentational Speaking, Advanced Presentational Speaking, Critical Perspectives on Communication, Rhetoric in the Western World, and Politics, Media, and the 2012 U.S. Election.

Career

1,200 Projects Completed

Onill served as a research assistant as part of an interdisciplinary effort to design and implement a new web-based diversity certificate program for faculty, staff, and graduate students in the College of Engineering with the eventual goal being to release the program for the entire university. His responsibilities included researching existing diversity training programs in higher education, designing diversity-training modules, and exploring options for the electronic delivery of training modules.

Technology

851 Projects Completed

Onill served as a research assistant as part of an interdisciplinary effort to design and implement a new web-based diversity certificate program for faculty, staff, and graduate students in the College of Engineering with the eventual goal being to release the program for the entire university. His responsibilities included researching existing diversity training programs in higher education, designing diversity-training modules, and exploring options for the electronic delivery of training modules.

Article

1,502 Projects Completed

Writing for magazines is a lot like catching a fish. It requires the right bait, understanding the conditions, finesse with timing and most of all, persistence. Having worked with numerous magazine firms in the last six years, Onill has become a masterful communicator and instructor. He is an analytical thinker and an articulate, skilled writer. Onill writes articles that readers would like to share in the future.

Presentation

901 Projects Completed

As a graduate assistant, Onill taught three sections of the basic freshman speech course. In addition to his teaching load, he was also responsible to approve all student-led skits and speeches to be performed by various student organizations at student assemblies and special events on and off campus. Most of his presentations focus on advanced Public Speaking and Communication Theory.

Script/Video

450 Projects Completed

In this field, Onill assisted former U.S. Ambassador, Presidential speechwriter, and NY Times Political Editor Carolyn Curiel in her Purdue Initiative, Project Impact. This initiative strives to foster engagement between Purdue students and the American political system. Onill responsibilities included organizing visits for various VIPs who spoke at Purdue about various aspects of American politics, leading marketing efforts for these political forums, supervising Project Impact’s student planning committee composed of 15 undergraduate students, and contributing to curriculum development for and helping to execute a two week practicum for undergraduate students in Washington, D.C. hosted by C-SPAN.

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