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  • Chair Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies
  • Associate Professor, English
  • Associate Professor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies

Research Summary

My current research focuses on disciplinary writing of multilingual/international students in engineering (SLC campus) and in various other undergraduate majors (Asia Campus). Another research direction focuses on intersections of contemporary rhetorical theory and multilingual composition.

Education

  • BA, Literature, University of North Carolina at Asheville
  • MA, English, Pennsylvania State University
  • PhD, English (Rhetoric and Composition), Pennsylvania State University. Project: ESL, "Comp," and Composition: Terms, Assumptions, and New Practices for Native and Non-Native English Users