Christiane Donahue teaches Writing 5, First-Year Seminar, and upper-level writing courses.
Karen Gocsik teaches the international section of Writing 2-3 as well as two upper-level courses: WRIT 8: Writing with Media and WRIT 11: Argument in Context: Theory and Practice.
Stephanie Boone teaches Writing 2-3.
Michelle Cox provides multilingual support for graduate students, and teaches Writing 5 for first-year undergraduate students.
Hope Rennie manages the institute office and coordinates program activities.
Francine A'Ness teaches Writing 5.
Claudio Anguiano teaches SPEE 20:Public Speaking, SPEE 27: Intercultural Communication, and SPEE 31: Rhetoric of Social Justice.
Ken Bauer will teach Writing 5 in Winter 2013.
Bill Boyer teaches Writing 5.
Ann Bumpus teaches Writing 5 as well as courses in Philosophy.
Sara Chaney teaches Writing 2-3, Writing 5, First-Year Seminars, and an upper-level writing course WRIT 10: Writing in the Workplace.
Josh Compton teaches SPEE 20:Public Speaking, SPEE 25:Persuasive Public Speaking, SPEE 30: Speechwriting, SPEE 32: Legal Rhetoric, SPEE 33: Political Humor Rhetoric, and SPEE 40: Resistance to Influence: Inoculation Theory-Based Persuasion.
Richard Crocker teaches Writing 5 and has also taught courses in the MALS Program.
Nancy Crumbine teaches Writing 5 and First-Year Seminars. She has also taught courses in the English Dept., Education Dept., the Women's and Gender Studies Program, and the MALS Program.
John Donaghy teaches Writing 5 as well as First-Year Seminars.
Melina Gehring teaches Writing 5.
Marlene Heck teaches Writing 5 as well as courses in Art History and History.
Melissa Herman teaches Writing 5.
Julie Kalish teaches Writing 5 as well as an upper-level writing course, WRIT 41: Writing and Speaking Public Policy.
Mark Koch teaches Writing 2-3 and Writing 5.
Andrea Kremer teaches Writing 5 and First-Year Seminars.
Colleen Lannon teaches Writing 2-3 and Writing 5.
Gary Lenhart teaches Writing 2-3, First-Year Seminars, and courses in creative writing and poetry for the English Department and the MALS program.
Lisa Lopez Snyder teaches Writing 5.
Jonna Mackin teaches Writing 5.
Prudence Merton teaches Writing 5.
Doug Moody teaches Writing 2-3, Writing 5, First-Year Seminars, and courses for Spanish, the Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies Program, and the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
Bill Nichols teaches Writing 5.
Terry Osborne teaches Writing 5 as well as First-Year Seminars and courses for the Environmental Studies Program.
Wendy Piper teaches Writing 5 as well as First-year Seminars.
Ellen Rockmore teaches Writing 5.
Asia Rowe teaches Writing 5.
Professor Sargent teaches Writing 5 and an upper-level course Writing 43: The Written Judicial Opinion.
Brad Sekedat teaches Writing 5 and in addition teaches for the Department of Classics.
Carl Thum teaches Writing 5.
Last Updated: 2/21/13