Dear DRC Community, These painful past few weeks have called on those of us at the DRC to…
Author Simone Sessolo
Wilfredo Flores is a fourth-year PhD candidate at Michigan State University in the Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures Department. His research interests include digital material rhetorics, online queer and trans communities, sexual health communication, digital research methods, and cultural rhetorics.
Dana Comi is a third-year Ph.D student at the University of Kansas with research interests in Rhetorical Genre Studies (RGS), technical communication, and public rhetorics.
Soyeon Lee teaches writing courses at Houston Community College and works as a PhD candidate in Rhetoric, Composition, and Pedagogy in the English department at the University of Houston.
McKinley is a PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, where he studies technical communication and cultural rhetorical theory.
Nupoor is a PhD Candidate in the Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media at the North Carolina State University. Her research focuses on audience analysis, digital rhetoric, user experience and information design primarily in the field of technical communication and artificial intelligence. Her research experience and partnerships with the industry help her bridge gaps of knowledge that she then brings to her pedagogical practices.
I am Jialei Jiang, a PhD candidate in Composition and Applied Linguistics at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. My research areas of interest include digital rhetoric, new materialism, and multimodal pedagogy.
Jathan Day is the Graduate Administrative and Editorial Associate for the DRC. He is a PhD candidate in the Joint Program in English and Education at the University of Michigan. Jathan's research interests include course management systems, digital literacies, online pedagogy, disability studies, and reading practices.
Simone Sessolo is a Lecturer IV in the Sweetland Center for Writing at the University of Michigan, where he teaches and does research in multimodal writing, new media, and writing center pedagogy.