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  • Academic Liaison, Utah Global
  • Associate Professor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies
  • Associate Professor, Writing and Rhetoric Studies
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Research Summary

My empirical and theoretical research broadly considers multilingual writing and rhetoric, including second language writing and translingual approaches to composition. I am also interested in international higher education--especially the roles of international branch campuses and bridge programs.

Education

  • , BA Literature, University of North Carolina at Asheville