Graduate Students

PhD Students

Name Research and Teaching Interests
Caitlin Baulch Rhetoric of expertise, rhetoric of science and medicine, conspiracy theories & pseudoscience, composition pedagogy
Nathan Bollig Digital rhetoric, technical communication, and writing pedagogy & theory
Mark Brenden Composition studies, critical literacies and critical pedagogies, rhetorical theory, writing program administration, cultural studies
Cody Bursch Writing program leadership and leadership theory, critical pedagogies and first-year composition, critical ethnography, new materialism, space/place and affect rhetoric
Alexander Champoux-Crowley Translingualism, transfer, genre and activity theory, writing program administration
Katlynne Davis Technical and professional communication, social media communication design, workplace writing, digital labor, digital literacies
Mikayla Davis  
Evelyn Dsouza Environmental studies, public rhetoric and civic engagement, rhetoric of science and technology, scientific and technical communication, composition pedagogy
Brandi Fuglsby Technical and professional writing, intercultural communication, online pedagogy, document design and visual rhetoric

Asmita Ghimire

Feminist perspective in technology and fechnical communication, public policy rhetoric, transnational and translingual writing and composition
Emily Gresbrink Technical and professional communication, digital communication design, pandemic and health crisis rhetoric, rhetoric of health and medicine
Jacqueline James Rhetoric of health and medicine, rhetorical histories, archival methods, critical disability studies, embodiment
Brian Le Lay Critical disability studies, design thinking, digital and web accessibility, rhetoric of health and medicine, sensory rhetoric
Eduardo Nevarez  
Luke Shackelford Bisexual and queer rhetorics, rhetorics of gender and masculinity, rhetoric of health and medicine, multimodal and critical engaged pedagogy, literacy and first-year writing
Danielle Stambler Rhetoric of health and medicine, digital rhetoric, technical communication
Ryan Wold Mentorship, entrepreneurship, business writing, technical communication, emerging technologies
Jessa Wood Writing program administration, first-year writing pedagogy, writing across the curriculum/writing in the disciplines, program assessment
Rira Zamani Rhetoric of science and medicine, trust and ethos, scientific and technical communication, visual rhetoric, history of technology and medicine  

MA Students

Name Teaching and Research Interests
Aaron Kapinos Human centered design, rhetoric of aging, design research
Alison Obright