In This Section Research Programs Research Degrees MA & PhD Application Funding Opportunities Sample Courses Dissertations and Placements Meet Our Students Achievements & Awards Professional Programs Meet Our Graduate Students Our graduate students come from all over the world and have a diverse set of research interests. Teaching English in our increasingly global world. Professor Elizabethada Wright and Alumna Asmita Ghimire have published a pair of essays about teaching English in our increasingly global world. Featured RSTC PhD Student: Katlynne Davis Katlynne's research connects her interests in social media with her interests in mental health and mental health communication. Featured PhD Student: Evelyn Dsouza Evelyn views writing as a technology that plays just as significant a part in environmental change as do other technologies. Featured PhD Student: Jeremy Rosselot-Merritt Jeremy Rosselot-Merritt loves studying the workplace--learning about how different workplaces operate, what challenges and affordances they have, how they can become more… Featured PhD Student: McKinley Green McKinley researches social justice in technical and professional communication and investigates communication about HIV on digital technologies and social media. He is… Danielle Stambler Wins 2020 SIGDOC Student Research Competition Ms. Stambler presented her dissertation research in "'Eating right' and user experience with an Employee Wellness Program." Featured PhD Student: Kari Campeau Kari is a researcher in the rhetoric of health and medicine and professional and technical communication. Featured PhD Student: Alexander Champoux-Crowley Alexander's work centers on critical and translingual composition pedagogies, with rhetorical genre studies, sociolinguistics, and writing program administrator (WPA) work… Featured PhD Student: Jason Tham Tham finds meaning collaborating between disciplines around the University, and between the academy and industry.