Graduate Student English (Writing, Rhetorics, and Literacies) The College of Lib Arts & Sci
Eric is responsible for teaching, managing, and running the first-year composition courses offered through Learning Enterprise’s Universal Learner Courses. He is also a PhD candidate in ASU’s Writing, Rhetorics and Literacies program, where he is wrapping up his dissertation, “Composition’s Technological Boneyard: Writing Technologies, Keeping Up, and Teaching Writing.”
Over the past five years, he has taught an array of writing courses on ASU's Tempe campus and spent three of those years as Assistant Director of Writing Programs. As Assistant Director, he aided in developing professional development for faculty, as well as establishing new curriculum initiatives like Writing Programs Custom Textbook and Common Read Program. His scholarship has appeared in WPA: Writing Program Administration, and he has contributed instructional materials to Writing Programs’ custom textbook, Bedford/St. Martin’s “Assignments that Work” blog, and Dynamic Activities for First-Year Composition, edited by Michal Reznizki and David T. Coad.
B.A. English (cum laude), University of California Los Angeles
M.A. English with a concentration in Writing and Rhetoric, Monmouth University (thesis awarded distinction)