Writing and public policy, writing pedagogy and theory, writing program administration, writing and learning
Norman Douglas ("Doug") Bradley teaches STEM-centered courses, including those within the undergraduate engineering sequence (Writing 1E, 2E, and 50E), Writing for Science and Technology (Writing 109ST), Writing for Health Professionals (Writing 109HP), and Writing and the Research Process (Writing 50) on the topic of urban legends, conspiracy theories, and hoaxes. He also teaches Science Communications for STEM Professionals (Chemical Engineering 594).
- Girvetz 1308
Ljiljana Coklin teaches a variety of writing classes: Writing 50 (Academic Research), 109F (Film), 107G (Global Studies), 107B (Business Writing), and 109HU (Humanities). Her teaching and research interests focus on issues of migrations, border crossings, gender and citizenship in a contemporary global society and culture. She is also interested in the role of communication in international conflicts and its potential in peace initiatives. She is an avid reader of contemporary fiction.
- South Hall 1518
Craig Cotich teaches Grammar and Stylistics, Professional Editing, Writing for the Teaching Professions, Business Writing, as well as a range of academic writing courses. Specializing in two areas within the UCSB Writing Program, he directs the Professional Editing track of the minor and chairs the ACE program.
- Girvetz 1313
Auli Ek teaches Writing 2 (Academic Writing), Writing 50 (Writing and the Research Process), Business Writing, Professional Writing for Global Careers, and Legal Writing. Her teaching and research interests include Writing Studies, writing pedagogy, US cultures, and social and criminal justice. Her publications include Race and Masculinity in Contemporary American Prison Narratives (Routledge 2005).
- South Hall 1510
Jennifer Johnson teaches Writing 1, Writing 2 (both in and outside the ACE Program), Writing 107A, 107B and 109SS. Jennifer is currently working on a dissertation to finish her Ph.D. in Composition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her current research interests include the training and preparation of teachers of composition, genre theory, and the relationship between composition and literary studies.
- Girvetz 1318