- BA, West Virginia University, 1997
- MFA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2000
- MA, West Virginia University, 2004
- 2006 West Virginia Division of Culture and History, Training and Travel Grant West Virginia University General Education Course Development Grant
- 2003-2004 Crocker Fellowship
- 2002 West Virginia Division of Culture and History, Training and Travel Grant; Studio Assistantship, Penland School of Crafts Spring Concentration
- 2001 Jackson Family Scholarship
- 2000 Durham Academy Professional Development Grant; Clarksburg Cultural Foundation Grant
- 1999 - 2001 Work Study Scholarships, Penland School of Crafts
- 1999 - 2000 Smith Graduate Research Fund Grant
- 1997 BUNAC Student Visa (Three months, United Kingdom)
- 1996 - 1997 Loyalty Permanent Endowment Fund, Performance Grant
- 1993 - 1996 Stephen F. Crocker Fellowship
- 1992 - 1997 Named to Dean's List, President's List
About Elizabeth Nardella
Positions and Employment:
- 2014 - present Associate Professor, Division of Exercise Physiology, Department of Human Performance and Applied Exercise Science, School of Medicine, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
- 2005 - 2014 WVU, School of Medicine, Division of Exercise Physiology Instructor-Writing Methods for Exercise Physiology, Academic Advising
- 2004 - 2005 WVU, College of Arts and Sciences, English Department Visiting Lecturer-English 102, Research Methods and Argument
- 2003 - 2004 West Virginia Historical Art Collection, Morgantown, WV Curatorial Assistant-collection management, accessioning, cataloging, photographic documentation
- Spring 2003 WVU, College of Creative Arts, Division of Art Visiting Lecturer-Art 112 (Drawing). Assisted with Freshman reviews
- 2001 - 2004 WVU, College of Arts and Sciences, English Department Graduate Teaching Assistant-English 101 (Composition and Rhetoric) and 102
- Summer 2002 Duke University, Durham, NC Instructor-Duke Youth Programs, Young Writers' Camp Designed courses: Photography and Writing; Writing and Building Books
- 2000 - 2001 Durham Academy, Durham, NC Teacher-Black and White Photography; designed a six-enlarger darkroom/classroom; maintained and managed the facility; implemented a new program in the Fine Arts Department
- 1999 - 2000 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Teaching Assistant-Basic Photography
- Fall 1998 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Teaching Assistant to Dr. Carol Mavor, "Introduction to Artmaking"
- 1998 - 1999 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Photography Graduate Assistant-Maintained and managed darkroom for basic and advanced classes; alternative process demonstrations; medium format, lighting and equipment instruction; Mac Lab orientations and demonstrations.
Professional Activity And Service:
- 2005-2007 Exercise Physiology Academic Standards Committee, Exercise Physiology Curriculum Committee
- 2004 and 2005 Chair, English 102 Judging Committee, James Paul Brawner Expository Writing Contest
- 2004-2005 English 102 Peer Support Coordinator, Mentoring Program
- 2003-2004 Student representative to the WVU English Graduate Program Committee
- February 2007 "Performance and Documentation: (Re)Presenting Ana Mendieta." Ephemeral Art Panel College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, NY
- November 2006 "One After the Other: Moth Collecting in A Girl of the Limberlost" Special Session: Collectors and Collecting in American Literature Midwest Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL
- May 2006 "The Rhetorical Dimensions of Language in Science Publications" Eighth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference Clemson University, Clemson, SC
- Spring 2004 "Moths and Butterflies: Gene Stratton-Porter's Limberlost Swamp" West Virginia University Graduate Student Colloquium, Morgantown, WV Collecting Panel, Panel Moderator
- Spring 2002 "The Photographs of Ana Mendieta's Silueta Series". Carnegie Mellon and West Virginia University Graduate Student Colloquium, Pittsburgh, PA
- Exercise Physiology 370W. "Writing for Exercise Science."
- 3 sections of 25 students each in the Fall semesters.
- 2 sections of 25 students each in the Spring semesters.
- 1 section of 25 students each during Summer session.
- This fulfills the university's writing requirement.
- Exercise Physiology 230. "Exercise in America."
- 1 section of 45 students each in the Spring semesters.
- This is a general education course.