Alumni

Updated 11/15/17
Note: Alumni, if you would like to update your information or can provide current information about those on this list, please contact the Rhetoric and Writing Program Director.

Doctoral Program
Since its founding in 1980, the Rhetoric and Writing Doctoral Program has been committed to preparing its graduates for faculty careers in rhetoric and composition.

2017

Caleb James
Learning to Teach Locally: A Case Study of Graduate Students' Teaching Philosophies and Classroom PracticesInstructor of Rhetoric and Writing
University of Arkansas at Little Rock (Little Rock, AR)
cajames@ualr.edu

Brianna Mauk
General Studies Writing Digital Communication at Bowling Green State University: To Web 2.0 or Not to Web 2.0?
Instructor of English
Ball State University (Muncie, IN)
bcmauk@bsu.edu

Jeffrey Moore
Digital Literacy Practices of Second Language Students: A Student Perspective on Writing, Technology, and Privilege
Assistant Professor of English
Howard Community College (Columbia, MD)
jmoore@howardcc.edu

Adam Sprague
Analyzing the Feedback Preferences and Learning Styles of Second Language Students in ESOL Writing Courses at Bowling Green State University
Assistant Professor of English and English for Speakers of Other Languages
Dalton State (Dalton, GA)
asprague@daltonstate.edu

Tiffany Richmond Wang
Devout Pedagogies: A Textual Analysis of Late Nineteenth Century Christian Women
Public Relations Manager
ResonanceGroupToledo, OH
tiffany.wang@resonancegroupusa.com

2016

Tina Arduini
Tools of Play: Developing a Pedagogical Framework for Gaming Literacy in the Multimodal Composition Classroom
Assistant Professor of English
Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI)
TinaArduini@ferris.edu

Pauline Baird
Towards A Cultural Rhetorics Approach to Caribbean Rhetoric: African Guyanese Women from the Village of Buxton Transforming Oral History
Assistant Professor of English
University of Guam
pbaird@triton.uog.edu

April Conway
Practitioners of Earth: The Literacy Practices and Civic Rhetorics of Grassroots Cartographers and Writing Instructors  
Lecturer
Sweetland Center for Writing
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI)
arconway@umich.edu

Christine Garbett
Literacies in Context: Working-Class Deaf Adults
Instructor of Composition
Western Wyoming Community College (Rock Springs, WY)
cgarbett@westernwyoming.edu

Aimee Taylor
Fat Cyborgs: Body Positive Activism, Shifting Rhetorics and Identity Politics in the Fatosphere
Assistant Professor of English
Ball State University (Muncie, IN)
ataylor13@bsu.edu

2015

Megan Adams
Through Their Lenses: Examining Community-Sponsored Digital Literacy Practices in Appalachia>
Recipient of 2015 Distinguished Dissertation Award
Assistant Professor of Communications
University of Findlay (Findlay, OH)
adamsme@findlay.edu

Estee Beck
Computer Algorithms as Persuasive Agents: The Rhetoricity of Algorithmic Surveillance within the Built Ecological Network
Assistant Professor of Professional/Technical Writing and Digital Humanities
The University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX)
estee.beck@uta.edu

Shirley Faulkner-Springfield
Winifred O. Stone Presidential Scholar for Graduate Diversity
Claiming and Framing African American Male Ethos: Case Studies of the Literacy Practices of Two African American Male Writers
Assistant Professor/Coordinator of First-Year Writing
Virginia State University (Petersburg, VA)
sfaulkner-springfiel@vsu.edu

Mariana Grohowski
At War with Words: Understanding U.S. Service-Personnel's Literate Practices for a Universal Design for Learning Worldview
Assistant Professor of English
Indiana University Southeast (New Albany, IN)
mgrohows@ius.edu

Ken Hayes
Socializing First Year Composition: A Study of Social Networking Sites' Impact on First Year Students
Assistant Professor of English
Southwestern Oklahoma State University (Weatherford, OK)
kenhayes@swosu.edu

Eden Leone
Rhetorical Inquiry: Feminist Argumentative Modes and Expectations in Detective Fiction
Mitchell Hamline School of Law (St. Paul, MN)

Craig Olsen
New at Barnes and Noble: An Argument for More Public Based Scholarship in Rhetoric and Composition Studies
Assistant Professor
University of Arkansas Monticello (Monticello, AR)
olsen@uamont.edu

2014

Laural Adams 
Theorizing Mental Models in Disciplinary Writing Ecologies through Scholarship, Talk-Aloud Protocols, and Semi-Structured Interviews
Instructor, School of Business
Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA)
lladams@vcu.edu

Amira Akl
Multimodal Expressions of Young Arab Muslim American Women
Instructor of English
Tennessee Technological University (Cookeville, TN)
aakl@tntech.edu

Amanda Athon Hemmerling
Fostering Language Diversity through Classroom-Based Assessment Practices
Assistant Professor of English
Governors State University (Chicago, IL)
aathon@govst.edu

Matt Bridgewater
What Hath Mobiles Wrought? Smartphone and Tablet Multiliteracies and Their Implications for Writing as Process
Assistant Professor of Writing & Assistant Chair
Woodbury University (Burbank, CA)
matthew.bridgewater@woodbury.edu

Kent Lenz
The Semiotics, Practical Application, and Assessment of the Modalities
Assistant Professor of English
Del Mar College (Corpus Christi, TX)
klenz@delmar.edu

Deborah Morris
Reconsidering Teacher Commentary as Interactive and Collaborative Dialogue: Implications for Student Writing and Revising
Instructor of English
Ivy Tech Community College (Fort Wayne, IN)
dmorris99@ivytech.edu

Heather Pristash
A Sharper Point: A Feminist, Multimodal Heuristic for Analyzing Knitted Rhetoric
Assistant Professor of Composition
Western Wyoming Community College (Rock Springs, WY)
hpristash@westernwyoming.edu

Michael Salitrynski
Teaching People, Not Writing: Civic Education & Critical Pedagogies in the Multimodal Writing Classroom
Assistant Professor of English and Philosophy
Snow College (Ephriam, UT)
mike.salitrynski@snow.edu

Martha Schaffer
Affective Possibilities for Rhetoric and Writing: How We Might Self-Assess Potentiality in Composition
Lecturer & Director of Writing Foundations
Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)
mws94@case.edu

Heather Trahan
Relationship Literacy and Polyamory: A Queer Approach
Independent Scholar

2013

G. Bret Bowers
Post-Literacy: Designing Writing Curricula around Emerging Literate Activities
Assistant Professor of English
University of Arkansas, Fort Smith (Fort Smith, AR)
bbowers@uafs.edu

Kerri Hauman
Community-Sponsored Literate Activity and Technofeminism: Ethnographic Inquiry of Feministing
Assistant Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, & Communication
Transylvania University (Lexington, KY)
khauman@transy.edu

Stacy Kastner
Identity Chats: Co-Authorized Narratives and the Performance of Writerly Selves in Mass-Multiliterate Times
Associate Director of the Writing Center
Brown University (Providence, RI)
stacy_kastner@brown.edu

Jeff Kirchoff
Writing Centers as Literacy Sponsors in the 21st Century: Investigating Multiliteracy Center Theory and Practice
Assistant Professor
Millikin University (Decatur, IL)
jkirchoff@millikin.edu

Alison Witte
Preaching and Technology: A study of Attitudes and Practices
Assistant Professor of Humanities & Communication
Trine University (Angola, IN)
wittea@trine.edu

2012

Katherine Fredlund
"Among Ourselves:" The Collaborative Rhetorics of Nineteenth Century Ladies' Literary Societies
Director of First Year Writing
Memphis State University (Memphis, TN)
kfrdlund@memphis.edu

Jie Li
Process and PostProcess in China's Educational Context
Assistant Professor of English
Xi’an International Studies University (Xi’an, Shaanxi, China)

Krista Petrosino Barber
Some (Still) Like it Hot: Re-envisioning Transdisciplinarity and Collaboration in First Year Composition and Jazz
Assistant Professor of English
Georgia Southern University (Statesboro, GA)
kpetrosino@georgiasouthern.edu

Shawn Ramsey
Deliberative Rhetoric in the Twelfth Century: The Case for Eleanor of Aquitaine, Noblewomen, and the Ars Dictaminis
Assistant Professor
Wenzhou-Kean University (Wenzhou, China)

2011

Suzan Aiken
Silence as a Rhetor's Tool: Rhetorical Choices for and uses of Silence 
Robert Half International (Columbus, OH)

Emily J. Beard
First-Generation College Students Transitioning to Graduate Teachers of Writing: A Proposed First-Generation Pedagogy
Associate Professor of English
Saginaw Valley State University (University Center, MI)
ejbeard@svsu.edu

Toby F. Coley
Digital Media Ethics in the Writing Classroom
Assistant Professor of English
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (Belton, TX)
tcoley@umhb.edu

Vanessa Cozza
Winifred O. Stone Presidential Scholar for Graduate Diversity
Latino/as in Higher Education: Modes of Accommodation in First-Year Writing Programs
Assistant Professor of English
Washington State University Tri-Cities (Richland, WA)
vanessa.cozza@tricity.wsu.edu

Joe Erickson
Composing Rhetoric and Composition Program Websites: A Situated Study and a Heuristic Model
Assistant Professor of English
Anoka-Ramsey Community College (Coon Rapids, MN)
Joe.Erickson@anokaramsey.edu

Bobby Kuechenmeister
Answering the Call of Duty: Composition Pedagogy Problems, Multimodal Solutions, and Gaming Literacies
Call Center
Radial Corporation (Eau Clair, WI)

Yvonne Schultz
Remediating Rhetorical Room at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair: Lucy Stone, Mary Cassatt, and Ida B. Wells
Dean, School of Arts and Humanities
Associate Professor of English and Journalism
Mount Vernon Nazarene University (Mount Vernon, OH)
yvonne.schultz@mvnu.edu

2010

Stephanie Anderson Quinn
Preparing Doctoral Students in Rhetoric and Composition for Faculty Careers that Contribute to the Public Good
Associate Professor, Director of Composition, & Director of the Writing Center
McKendree University (Lebanon, IL)
smquinn@mckendree.edu

Elizabeth L. Church
Epideictic Without the Praise: A Heuristic Analysis for Rhetoric of Blame 
Editor, Rossford Record Journal
bethchurch325@yahoo.com
http://www.rossford.com/RRcontactus.html

Brittany Cottrill
Transitioning to E-Portfolios in a First-Year Writing Program
Associate Professor of English
Grand View University (Des Moines, IA)
bcottrill@grandview.com

Cheryl Hoy
The Adult Learner in the Online Writing Course
Lecturer of General Studies Writing
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
choy@bgsu.edu

Meredith Graupner Hurley
Remediating the Professionalization of Doctoral Students in Rhetoric and Composition
Writer and Computer Software Consultant (San Francisco, CA)

Erin Dietel-McLaughlin
Remediating Democracy: Youtube and the Vernacular Rhetorics of Web 2.0
Associate Teaching Professor
University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN)
Erin.Dietel-McLaughlin.1@nd.edu

Jeremy Schnieder
Placing One Program's Assessment and Its Effects on a Novice Teacher
Assistant Professor & Director, WAC
Morningside College (Sioux City, IA)
schniederj@morningside.edu

Ruijie Zhao
Weaving Web 2.0 and the Writing Process with Feminist Pedagogy
Associate Professor of English
Parkland College (Champaign, IL)
rzhao@parkland.edu

2009

Heather Fester
Rhetoric and the Scholarship of Engagement: Pragmatic, Professional, and Ethical Convergences
Assistant Professor & WAC Director
Lincoln University (Jefferson, MO)
festerh@lincolnu.edu

Elizabeth Fleitz
The Multimodal Kitchen: Cookbooks as Women's Rhetorical Practice
Associate Professor of English
Lindenwood University (St. Charles, MO)
efleitz@lindenwood.edu

Robert Graves
The Art of Heterotopian Rhetoric: A Theory of Science Fiction as Rhetorical Discourse
Mitigation Specialist
Texas Regional Public Defender for Capital Cases (Wichita Falls, TX)

Amie Caroline Wolf
Preparation of Graduate Assistants Teaching First-Year Writing at Ohio Universities
Senior Lecturer
The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH)
wolf.346@osu.edu

2008

Jennifer Marie Almjeld
The Girls of MySpace: New Media as Gendered Literacy Practice and Identity Construction
Associate Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, & Technical Communication
James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA)
almjeljm@jmu.edu

Florence Elizabeth Bacabac
From Cyberspace to Print: Re-Examining the Effects of Collaborative Online Invention on First-Year Academic Writing
Associate Professor & Director, Women's Resource Center
Dixie State University (St. George, UT)
bacabac@dixie.edu

Christine Peters Cucciarre
Audience Matters: Exploring Audience in Undergraduate Creative Writing
Associate Professor & Associate Director of Composition
University of Delaware (Newark, DE)
ccucc@english.udel.edu

Erin Laverick
Feminist and other Intertwining Pedagogies of Writing Instruction in the University of Findlay's Intensive English Language Program
Associate Professor of English as an International Language & Director, IELP
University of Findlay (Findlay, OH)
knoche@findlay.edu

Ann-Gee Lee
Female Fabrications: An Examination of the Public and Private Aspects of Nüshu
Associate Professor of English
University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (Fort Smith, AR)
ann-gee.lee@uafs.edu

Sergey Rybas
Community Revisited: Involving the Subjectivity of the Online Learner
Associate Professor of English
Capitol University (Columbus, OH)
srybas@capital.edu

James Schirmer
Acquiring Literacy: Techne, Video Games and Composition Pedagogy
Associate Professor of English & Department Chair
University of Michigan-Flint (Flint, MI)
jschirm@umflint.edu

2007

Christine M. Denecker
Toward Seamless Transition? Dual Enrollment and the Composition Classroom
Professor of English, Chair of the English Department, & Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence
The University of Findlay (Findlay, OH)
denecker@findlay.edu

Robin Murphy
Post-9/11 Rhetorical Theory and Composition Pedagogy: Fostering Trauma Rhetorics as Civic Space
Associate Professor of English
East Central University (Ada, OK)
rmurphy@ecok.edu

Lucie Shetzer
Confronting Aging and Serious Illness through Journaling: A Study of Writing as Therapy
Assistant Professor
Owens Community College-Toledo (Toledo, OH)
lucille_shetzer@owens.edu

Eric W. Stalions
Dynamic Criteria Mapping: A Study of the Rhetorical Values of Placement Evaluators
Associate Professor & Director of Intensive English Program
Martin Methodist College (Pulaski, TN)
estalions@martinmethodist.edu

Thai Tran (Retired)
Indirectness in Vietnamese Newspaper Commentaries: A Pilot Study
Lecturer
An Giang University (Long Xuyēn, Vietnam)

Angela Wallington Zimmann
Turning the Noose that Binds into a Rope to Climb: A Textual Search for Rhetorical and Linguistic Gender-Markings in Speech Samples of Three Contemporary Female Orators
Visiting Professor of Preaching & Advancement and Communication Executive
Lutheran Theological Seminary (Gettysburg, PA)
azimmann@Ltsg.edu

2006

Alex Mwangi Chege
"Old Wine" and "New Wineskins" (De)Colonizing Literacy in Kenya's Higher Education
Assistant Professor of English
University of Cincinnati Blue Ash (Blue Ash, OH)
chegemi@ucmail.uc.edu

Richard J. Colby
Computers, Composition and Context: Narratives of Pedagogy and Technology Outside the Computers and Writing Community
Lecturer
University of Denver (Denver, CO)
richard.colby@du.edu

Christopher Harris
First-Year Composition Handbooks: Buffering the Winds of Change
Assistant Professor
California State University (Los Angeles, CA)
charris3@calstatela.edu

Brent Royster
The Construction of Self in the Contemporary Creative Writing Workshop: A Personal Journey
Assistant Professor of Developmental Studies-Writing
Central Texas College (Killeen, TX)
broyster@ctcd.edu

Rebekah Shultz Colby
Resistance as Negotiation: Strategies and Tactics for Redefining Power Relationships in the Composition Classroom
Lecturer
University of Denver (Denver, CO)
rebekah.shultzcolby@du.edu

Brennan Thomas
Composition Studies and Teaching Anxiety: A Pilot Study of Teaching Groups and Discipline- and Program-Specific Triggers
Associate Professor of English
St. Francis University (Loretto, PA)
bthomas@francis.edu

2005

Holly Baumgartner
Visualizing Levinas: Existence and Existents Through Mulholland Drive, Memento, and Vanilla Sky 
Professor of English & Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Lourdes University (Sylvania, OH)
hbaumgartner@lourdes.edu

Lanette Cadle
A Public View of Private Writing: Personal Weblogs and Adolescent Girls
Professor of English
Missouri State University (Springfield, MO)
llcadle@missouristate.edu

Mona Dunckel (Deceased)
Re-Vision: A Rhetorical Analysis of Change in the Holocaust Memorial Center
Chair, Division of Social Sciences Bob Jones University (Greenville, SC)

Karen Rowe
Painted Sermons: Explanatory Rhetoric and William Holman Hunt's Inscribed Frames
Associate Professor of English
Bob Jones University (Greenville, SC)
krowe@bju.edu

Inez Schaechterle
Speaking of Sex: The Rhetorical Strategies of Frances Willard, Victoria Woodhull, and Ida Craddock
Recipient of 2005 Distinguished Dissertation Award
Associate Professor of Composition
Northland Pioneer College (Painted Desert, AZ)

2004

Paul Casey (Deceased)
Moments of Reconciliation: Kairos in Theory and Praxis
Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric
Occidental College (Los Angeles, CA)

Cynthia Mahaffey
Wearing the Rainbow Triangle: The Effect of Out Lesbian Teachers and Lesbian Teacher Subjectivities on Student Choice of Topics, Student Writing, and Student Subject Positions in the First-Year Composition Classroom
Lecturer of General Studies Writing
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
mahaffc@bgsu.edu

Elizabeth Monske
Transitioning into the Fully Online Writing Course: A Pilot Study
Professor of English
Northern Michigan University (Marquette, MI)
emonske@nmu.edu

Thai Tran
Winifred O. Stone Presidential Scholar for Graduate Diversity
Retired
Professor of English
An Giang University (Long Xuyen, Vietnam)

2003

Paul A. Cesarini
Toward a New Literacy: Technology, Policy, and Control
Professor & Assistant Vice Provost Online and Summer Academic Program
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
pcesari@bgsu.edu

Julie Kearney
Winifred O. Stone Presidential Scholar for Graduate Diversity
The Potential for Expressive and Therapeutic Writing Outcomes in the Basic Communication Course at Denver University, 1939--1950
Associate Professor of English
Massachusetts Maritime Academy (Bourne, MA)
jkearney@maritime.edu

Doreen Piano
Congregating Women: Reading the Rhetorical Arts of Third Wave Subcultural Production
Associate Professor of English
University of New Orleans (New Orleans, LA)
dpiano@uno.edu

2001

Josephine Booth Foster
This is Not Your Mother's Education: The Need for Hypertext Writing in First-Year Composition
Professor of English
Armstrong Atlantic State University (Savannah, GA)
josephinefoster@comcast.net

Randall W. McClure
Authority as a Tension in the College Composition Classroom: Making the Case for a Teacher-Centered, Student-Focused Pedagogy
Associate Professor of English
Pfeiffer University (Meisenheimer NC)

Russell Sprinkle
Written Commentary and Reflective Teaching: A Systematic, Theory-Based Approach to Response
Writing Center Tutor
Owens Community College-Toledo (Toledo, OH)
russell_sprinkle@owens.edu

Barbara Toth
The Rhetoric, Writing, and Action in Context of Teresa of Avila: An Appraisal
Retired, Director of Writing Center
Part-Time Instructor of English and General Studies Writing
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
btoth@bgsu.edu

Christine Tulley
Removing the Mask of Silence: Building Female Self-Esteem in the Junior High Writing Classroom Using the Cybergrrl Project
Professor of English, Director of Masters in Rhetoric & Writing, & the Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Liaison
The University of Findlay (Findlay, OH)
tulley@findlay.edu

2000

Edward Karshner
Representation, Interpretation, Writing: A Phenomenological Approach to Composition
Director, Communication Intensive Courses and Associate Professor of English
Robert Morris University (Moon, PA)
karshner@rmu.edu

John Mauk
Writing in Place: A Story of Geography and Composition Pedagogy
Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Miami University (Oxford, OH)
maukjd@MiamiOH.edu

1999

Scott Calhoun
The Classical Trivium in Contemporary Contexts: Receptions and Re-Formations of an Ancient Model of Schooling
Professor of English
Cedarville University (Cedarville, OH)

Jai Hee Cho
A Study of Contrastive Rhetoric between East Asian and North American Cultures as Demonstrated through Student Expository Essays from Korea and the United States
Part-time Faculty
California State University – Fullerton (Fullerton, CA)
jcho@fullerton.edu

Keith Duffy
The Role of Spirituality in Re-Envisioning Writing Pedagogy
Associate Professor of English
Penn State Harrisburg (Middletown, PA)
wkd2@psu.edu

Richard Miller
The Rehabilitating Role of Martin Buber's I-Thou Relationship in Rhetoric and Composition Studies
Associate Professor of English & Director of Writing
Suffolk University (Boston, MA)
rmiller@suffolk.edu

Michael Ryan
Words Signifying Light: The Rhetorical Figures as a Prism of Illumination in St. Augustine's "Confessions"
Instructor of English
Terra Community College (Fremont, OH)

Avis Rupert
Ethnography and Ethnographic-Like Approaches in the Composition and Language Arts Classroom: A Guide to Student Instruction
Professor of English
North Lake College (Irving, TX)
arupert@dcccd.edu

Paul A. Tanner
Embedded Assessment and Writing: Potentials of Portfolio-Based Testing as a Response to Mandated Assessment in Higher Education
Professor of English
Utah Valley University (Orem, UT)
tannerpa@uvu.edu

Joseph Wilferth
Toward Literacy in a New Medium: Hypertext Writing and Composition Pedagogy
Professor & Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (Chattanooga, TN)
joe-wilferth@utc.edu

1998

Brad Barry
Writer Motivation, Rhetorical Purpose and Classroom Web Publication Projects
1998 Distinguished Dissertation Award, Honorable Mention
Professor of English
Dixie State University (St. George, UT)
barry@dixie.edu

Kitty S. C. Burroughs
Diversifying Models of Audience: Gendering the Relationship between Author and Audience in Written Communication
Senior Lecturer of General Studies Writing
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
sburrou@bgsu.edu

Guo Danquing
Metaphor in Context: Toward a Tagmemic Linguistic Approach

John R. Delbridge (Deceased)
Partners or Patriarchs? Promise Keepers and the Rhetoric of Gender Reconciliation
Associate Professor of English
Tacoma Community College (Tacoma, Washington)

John J. Fallon
The Impact of Inservice Teacher Training on the Writing of 879 High School Juniors in Five West Central Ohio Counties
Professor & Chair, Department of Humanities
Rhodes State College (Lima, OH)
fallon.j@rhodesstate.edu

Billie J. Jones
The Rhetoricity of Museum Design: An Analysis of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as a Rhetorical Text
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Technical Writing
James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA)

Barbara Little Liu
Winifred O. Stone Presidential Scholar for Graduate Diversity
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Students in Institutions of Diversity: A Genre Process Approach to College Writing Instruction
Professor of Composition & Rhetoric, Director of the Liberal Studies Major, & Acting Coordinator of the First Year Writing Program
Eastern Connecticut State University (Willimantic, CT)
liub@easternct.edu

Teresa Murden
Technological Literacy: Historical Perspectives on Literacy in American Law, Legislation, and Public Policy
Assistant Professor of English
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (Brownsville, TX)
teresa.murden@utb.edu

Timothy Ray
Troubling the Technology: Exploring Issues of Community and Diversity in the Network-Supported First-Year Composition Classroom
Associate Professor of English & Assistant Chair
West Chester University of Pennsylvania (West Chester, PA)
tray@wcupa.edu

Rosalee Stilwell
Ethos in the Reflective Voice of James Morris Associate
Associate Professor of English
Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Punxsutawney, PA)
stilwell@iup.edu

Xuewei Wu
Writing Across Culture: An American Woman Writing her Life in China (1912-1926): A Rhetorical Analysis of Grace McClurg Carson's Archival Collections
Professor of English
Century College (St. Paul, MN)
xuewei.wu@century.edu

1997

Carolyn Keefe (Deceased)
On the Road: Exploring Travel and Travel Writing in Composition Studies
Emeritus Associate Professor of English
Lindsey Wilson College (Columbia, KY)
keefec@lindsey.edu

Alan I. Rea, Jr.
Practicing Informed Writing Pedagogy in the Computerized Classroom: Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk
Professor of English
Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI)
alan.rea@wmich.edu

Christine Shearer-Cremean
(Re)Constructing the Scene of a Crime: A Descriptive Taxonomy of Police Reports on Conjugal Violence Against Women
Dean, College of Education, Arts & Sciences and Education
Montana State University-Northern (Havre, MT)
c.shearercremean@msun.edu

Sharon Strand (Retired)
Reporting Writing Center Successes: Authentic Assessment in the Writing Center
English Department, Black Hills State University (Spearfish, SD)

1996

Steven D. Krause
The Immediacy of Rhetoric: Definitions, Illustrations, and Implications
Professor of English
Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, MI)
skrause@emich.edu

Michael C. Morgan
Student Rhetorical Interaction in an E-mail Conference: A Case Study of a First-Year Writing Course
Professor of English
Bemidji State University (Bemidji, MN)
mmorgan@bemidjistate.edu

1995

John Michael Clark (Retired)
Cognitive Apprenticeship, Motivation, and College Writing: Theoretical and Pedagogical Considerations

Director of Student and Information Services
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
jclark2@bgsu.edu

Priscilla Riggle
A Critique of College-Level Writing Placement Procedures: A Case Study of the Reading Practices of Four Evaluators
Professor of English
Truman State University (Kirksville, MO)
priggle@truman.edu

Yan Xiao-Tong
Cohesion and Online Documentation

1993

Donna Nelson-Beene
Portfolio Assessment as a Tool for Training Composition Instructors: A Consideration of the Model Implemented by the General Studies Writing Program at Bowling Green State University
Director, BG Perspective (General Education) & Associate Professor of English
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
dnelson@bgsu.edu

Virginia (Ginny) Skinner-Linnenberg
Dramatizing Writing: Reinstating Delivery in the Classroom
Professor & Director of Communication and Media Program
Nazareth College (Rochester, NY)
vskinne5@naz.edu

1992

Phyllis L. Eck
The Process in Revision: One Writing Program's Challenges and Changes, 1960-1990

1991

Gail Shanely Corso
How to "Let them Write-Together": The Effects of Social Styles on Written Products of College Entry-Level Collaborative Writers
Professor of English
Neumann University (Aston, PA)
gcorso@neumann.edu

Mark Delmaramo
Microcomputers and the Writing Process: A Survey and Critique
Professor of English
Thiel College (Greenville, PA)
mdelmara@thiel.edu

Marjory Kinney (Deceased)
Writing in the Disciplines: The Use of Writing in the Undergraduate Sociology Curriculum at Bowling Green State University

1990

Louise Golden
What's not Right with Writing: The Effects of Grammar Instruction and Writing Apprehension on the Composing Processes of Basic Writers at the American State College
Chair of English
Savannah Technical College (Savannah, GA)
lgolden@savannahtech.edu

Craig Hergert
Towards a Rhetoric of Satire: The Interaction between Reader and Satiric Text
Professor of English
Minnesota Community and Technical College
craig.hergert@minneapolis.edu

Peter Schreffler
Caught between Two Worlds: The Spiritual Predicament and Rhetorical Ambivalence of Garrison Keillor
Associate Professor of English & Department Chair
Florida Southern College (Lakeland, FL)
pschreffler@flsouthern.edu

1989

Janet Auten
The Text in the Margin: A Theoretical Analysis of Teacher Commentary on Student Writing
Director, Writing Center
American University (Washington, DC)
jauten@american.edu

Rex Easley
Common Ground: Fiction-writing and Composition Associate
Professor of English
Thomas More College (Crestview Hills, KY)
rex.easley@thomasmore.edu

James Martin
Towards a Theory of Textuality for Contrastive Rhetoric Research
Professor of English
Mount Ida College (Newton, MA)
jmartin@mountida.edu

Lynnette Porter
Technical Writing with Computers: A Study of the Documentation-Production Processes of Technical Communicators in Industry
Professor of English
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach, FL)
porterly@erau.edu

1988

Donna R. Cheney
Teaching Basic Writing: Synthesizing Divergent Elements of Who We Teach, What We Teach, and How We Teach
Professor of English
Weber State University (Ogden, UT)

Robb Jackson (Deceased)
Regents Professor of English
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (Corpus Christi, TX)

Vanessa Furse Jackson (Retired)
Professor of English
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (Corpus Christi, TX)

1984

John Cullen
The Ordinary Self and the Maker of Images: An Introduction to Headhunting
Professor of English
Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI)
cullenj@ferris.edu

Roxanne Cullen
Toward A Pedagogy of Rewriting (Composition Theory)
Professor of English
Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI)
roxannecullen@ferris.edu

MA Program
In the 1990s and as a complement to the doctoral program in Rhetoric and Writing, a small MA program in Rhetoric was offered. The Rhetoric faculty decided to discontinue the MA program in order to expand admissions into and curriculum for the doctoral program.

1997

Angela Haas
Associate Professor of English
Illinois State University (Normal, IL)

Scott D. Calhoun
“Why Should We Go to School, St. Basil?” A Rhetorical Study of St. Basil the Great’s Attitude toward Education in Late Antiquity
Professor of English
Cedarville University (Cedarville, OH)

Elizabeth D. Saneholz
Silence as a Potentially Positive Rhetorical Strategy: Exploring Examples from Women’s Writing and Chinese Rhetoric
Secretary, First Presbyterian Church (Waterville, OH)

1996

Billie Jones Waisanen
Why Tell? An Examination of the Motivations and Benefits of Narrative Construction by Holocaust Victims
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Technical Writing
James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA)

Ann Westrick
Lecturer of General Studies Writing
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)

1995

Bill Hart-Davidson
Professor of English & Associate Dean for Graduate Education
Michigan State University (Lansing MI)

Stephanie Stalmah
Responding to Student Writing
Program Director & Institute for Career Development (Valparaiso, IN)

Sylvia Cunningham
Teaching the Reluctant Writer:  African-American Males and School Writing.

1994

Michael “Mick” Doherty (Deceased)
Cyberwrite and Audience Accessed: Kairos Comes Online in the Composition Classroom
Founding Editor of the journal Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy
For more about Mick and about his influence on the digital turn in the field of rhetoric and writing, please click here:
http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/19.1/loggingon/mick.html

Teresa Toritsky
Academic Advisor, Opportunity Office
St. Vincent College (Latrobe, PA)

1993

John Clark
Consensus, Dialectic and Progress: “Normal Science” in Theoretical Approaches to the Teaching of Writing
Director of Student and Information Services
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)
jclark2@bgsu.edu

Paul Tanner
Homework in the Halls: Student Social Practices and Academic Performance
Professor of English
Utah Valley University (Orem, UT)
tannerpa@uvu.edu

1992

Ben Kolt
Helping Secondary Basic Writers with Alternative Styles for Writing
Director of Client Experience
IBM Watson Health (Cleveland, OH)