Senate faculty in the Writing Program are available for thesis and dissertation support. Our faculty serve on doctoral exam committee and thesis/dissertation committees. Research profiles and contact information of available faculty are provided below.
Dev K. Bose
Primary areas: Writing program administration, Multimodal Composition, Business and Technical Writing, Disability Studies
Secondary areas: Cultural Rhetorics, Qualitative Research Methods
Primary areas: Educational and linguistic anthropology (discourse analysis), Spanish as a heritage language, English for Academic Purposes (LX writing and writers)
Secondary areas: Online education, curriculum development
Primary areas: Organizational communication, Religious rhetoric, Activity theory
Secondary areas: Survey design, Curriculum development
Primary areas: Writing Studies, Rhetoric and Composition, Disability Studies, Writing Program Administration, Social Justice
Secondary Areas: Curricular Design and Pedagogy
Primary areas: Institutional rhetoric, Writing assessment, Teaching for Transfer
Secondary areas: Writing program administration
To consider a Writing Program faculty member as part of your graduate team:
- Begin by reviewing areas of faculty expertise for Senate faculty currently available.
- Contact the faculty member via email to briefly express your interest in working with that faculty member and inquire about their availability.
- Send a current proposal of your thesis or dissertation project (or your exam areas, depending on discipline). In addition, include an explanation of the expected responsibilities of the Writing Program faculty member (reading drafts, exams, research support, etc.) and timeline.