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Matthew Hopper

Contact: mhopper@nmsu.edu

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Lucas Campbell

Degree in Progress: M.F.A. in Creative Writing Contact: lcamp@nmsu.edu

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Danielle Buchanan

Degree in Progress: M.F.A. in Creative Writing Contact: danibuch@nmsu.edu

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Volnei Vasconcelos

Degree in Progress: Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Professional Communication Contact: volnei@nmsu.edu

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Justine Wells

Education: Ph.D. in Composition & Rhetoric, 2015, University of South Carolina MA in Philosophy, 2004, University of Wisconsin-Madison MS in Psychology, 2003, University of Wisconsin-Madison BA in Philosophy, 2001, College of Charleston Biography: Before discovering rhetoric, I studied psychology and philosophy as an undergraduate and graduate student. After taking some time away from academia to…
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Robyn Tierney, Online Writing Center Coordinator

Robyn Tierney  Biographical Statement Robyn Tierney is interested in how academic and institutional cultures set up different bodies to matter in different ways. Her dissertation research investigates scholars’ textual performances in peer-reviewed scholarship and in online writing, foregrounding the significance of identity and embodiment in narratives we construct about ourselves as scholars, teachers, and faculty…
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Kevin Dover, Writing Center Coordinator

Degree in progress: Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Professional Communication Research interests: cyberpunk, transhumanism, Posthumanism, rhetoric of silence, humiliation of truth, transgenderism, hermeneutics, advocacy, intelligence/security studies  Teaching goals/philosophy: I stress critical thinking and argumentation. I express a strong desire for participatory debate and seek my “authority” to be questioned. The ability to lay out your thoughts cogently and logically…
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Ryan Sparks

Degree in progress: M.A. in English, Literature Research interests: Modern and Postmodern literature, late American literature, historiographic metafiction, hyperreality, the metanarrative, simulation, media, Imagism, questions of the human condition Teaching goals/philosophy: Using modeling, whole and small group discussion, critical reflection, and individual tutoring, my instruction attempts to foster student independence. Working with students to construct meaning within the…
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Christina Schaub

Contact: cschaub@nmsu.edu

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Yael Lavender-Smith

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