I earned my M.A. and Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition from Pennsylvania State University in 2005 and have taught at UNC-Chapel Hill since then. Trained as a technical writer (Glendon College, York University (Canada), 2000), my expertise lies in scientific and technical communication, rhetorical theory, composition, and writing in the disciplines. I am the author of How Writing Works (Oxford, 2016), Science on the Home Front: American Women Scientists in World War II (University of Illinois Press 2009), Neurorhetorics (Ed., Routledge 2012) and Autism and Gender (University of Illinois, 2014). Please see my website for an up-to-date version of my CV. jordynnjack.com.
I am an author, lawyer, and former professor with eleven years experience teaching college-level writing. I earned my Master’s degree in nonfiction writing from Johns Hopkins University, my Law degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, and my Doctorate in Rhetoric and Composition from UNC-Greensboro. My areas of expertise include creative writing, professional writing, and writing in the disciplines. I am the author of How Writing Works (Oxford UP 2016), Core Grammar for Lawyers (Carolina Academic Press 2011), A Short Guide to Writing About Law (Pearson 2010), and the forthcoming novel Entanglement (Velvet Morning Press 2015). Please see my website for an up-to-date version of my CV. katieroseguestpryal.com.