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  • Tim Roe
    Tim Roe
    Lecturer
    Patterson Hall 211L
    Phone: 509.359.6017

    Specialization

    Technical and Professional Writing, Composition, and Developmental Writing

    Biography

    I graduated from Washington State University with a bachelor's degree in English and minors in geology, professional writing, and digital technology and culture. I graduated from New Mexico State University with a master's degree in English, a focus in rhetoric and professional communication, and an emphasis in composition. I taught English composition, technical writing, and business writing, along with serving as the assistant to the writing program administrator. In this capacity I co-led a committee that evaluated and re-designed the curriculum for our freshman composition program, among many other responsibilities. I completed and internship with a developmental writing class at Dona Ana Community College, and I taught part-time for two quarters at Spokane Community College. I began teaching as a lecturer at Eastern Washington University in the fall of 2009.

    Recent Publications

    Editor of Paideia 12, New Mexico State University's Freshman Composition course book

    Courses Taught

    Fundamentals of English Composition
    College Composition: Exposition and Argumentation
    College Composition: Analysis, Research and Documentation
    Introduction to Technical Communication

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