Ph.D., English, Pennsylvania State University (1990)
National Officer (Secretary) and Executive Committee member, Conference on College Composition and Communication (2011-14)
Executive Committee Member, National Council of Writing Program Administrators (2005-2008)
Shakespeare's Histories and in performance
Teaching and Tutoring Writing
Advanced Composition; Writing in Professional Cultures
Writing Program Administration
The teaching of Writing
Civic Rhetoric and Civic Engagement
Student Learning Assessment
Early modern literature and Reformation culture/theology
Professional Service and Leadership Award, York College (2010)
DelliCarpini, Dominic. Conversations, Readings for Writing. Longman, 2012.
DelliCarpini, Dominic. Issues: Readings in Academic Disciplines. Longman, 2010.
DelliCarpini, Dominic. “Remembering the Canons’ Middle Sister: Style, Memory and the Return of the Progymnasmata in the Liberal Arts Writing Major.” What We Are Becoming: Developments in Undergraduate Writing Majors. Greg Giberson and Thomas Moriarity, eds. Utah State Press 2010.
DelliCarpini, Dominic. “Coming Down from the Ivory Tower: Building Civic Advocacy through Town/Gown Relationships.” Going Public: The WPA as Advocate for Civic Engagement. Shirley Rose and Irwin Weiser, eds. NCTE, 2010.
DelliCarpini, Dominic. “The Writing Center as Home for Undergraduate Research.” Undergraduate Research in English Studies, Laurie Grobman and Joyce Kinkead, eds. Utah State P, 2010.
Liaison with community organizations like the York Nonprofit Management Development Center and the leadership team for the York Community Development Coordinating Group through the Center for Community engagement.
Member of the Neighborhood Revitalization Committee of the York College Board.