Community Engagement is the heart and soul of my teaching philosophy. My research on risk communication is also motivated by how can community be engaged during the time of risk.
- Baniya, S., Brien, A., Call, K., Kumar, R., (2021) Serving Internationally: Enhancing Digital Literacy in Rural Nepal amid a Pandemic. Reflections. Accepted
- Baniya, S., Brien, A., Call, K., Rethinking Service Learning in Technical Communication via Global Engagement in the Post-Pandemic Context. Programmatic Perspective 2021 Special Issue, Administering TPC Programs in Times of Crisis. November, 2021
- Baniya, S., Kumari, A, Johnson, GP., Doan, S., Schwarz, VM., (2021). Building an International Coalitional Listserv for and by Graduate Students: The Critical Digital Literacies of nextGEN. Computers and Composition. December, 2021
- Baniya, S., Edwards, J, Sano-Franchini, J, & Walwema, J. (2022) Revisiting Service Learning in Technical and Professional Communication through Social Justice and Intercultural Frameworks: Findings from Survey Research. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication Fall 2022
- Baniya, S. (2023). Community Engagement. In J. Tham (Eds), Keywords in Design Thinking: A Primer For Makers, Designers, & Technical Communicators. Parlor Press.
- Baniya S., & Weech, S. (2019). Data and Experience Design: Negotiating Community-Oriented Digital Research with Service-Learning. Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement, 6,11–16. https://doi.org/10.5703/1288284316979
- Kumari, A, Baniya, S., & Larson, K. (2020). The Necessity of Genre Disruption in Organizing an Advocacy Space for and by Graduate Students. Xchanges, 15 (1), 1-8.
- Baniya, S; Diab, K; Hendrickson, B; Grayson, M.L; Holly, H; Kumari, A; Larson, K; Messina, C.M; Paul, G; Ruiz, I. (2019) “Where we Are: Dialogue and Disciplinary Space.” Composition Studies, 47 (2): 203–210.
Office of Engagement, Purdue University
- Service-Learning Grant for Business Writing Class. Fall 2018 ($3400)
- Service-Learning Grant for Rhetorics of Service-Learning. Fall 2018 ($1850)
- Service-Learning Grant for Business Writing Class. Spring 2018($1500)
Purdue University Graduate Pedagogy Showcase Award 2019
- Baniya, S., Auckely, D., Harber, J., (2019) Engaging with Community via Digital Communication Practices: A Reflection on Service-Learning Oriented Business Writing Class. Best of the Showcase