Kyle Dreger ‘14

Major: Computer Science and English
Job Title: Software Engineer

The Honors Program gave me the chance to dig deep into subjects I enjoyed. The best part was that I got to work one-on-one with my professors on specific projects and goals, which often led to plenty of practical experience within the subject the class was studying.

Faculty Bios and Selected Publications

Michelle Collins-Sibley, Ph.D.

AB, Stanford University (1977); MA, Monterey Institute of International Studies (1980); PhD, State University of New York at Binghamton (1990)

  • “Who Can Speak? Authority and Authenticity in Olaudah Equiano and Phillis Wheatley.” Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 5.3 (2004): n.p. Web. 11 Apr. 2011.

Danielle A. Cordaro, Ph.D.

BA, Western Michigan University (2003); MA, Western Michigan University (2005); PhD, Purdue University (2010)

  • “Practical Uses for Session Reports among Faculty: A Case Study.” Writing Lab Newsletter 38.9/10. (2014): n. pag. Print.
  • Bergman, Linda, Danielle Cordaro, Morgan Reitmeyer. Academic Research: Inquiry and Argument Instructor’s Manual. New York: Pearson/Longman, 2010. Print. http://tinyurl.com/pearson-cordaro
  • “Composition, Deafness and Access in the Mainstream: Rhetoric and One Student’s Reality.” Open Words: Access and English Studies 3.2. (2009): 19-37. Web. http://www.pearsoncomppro.com/open_words_journal/index.php

Rodney F. Dick, Ph.D.

BA, Gonzaga University (1996); MA, University of Louisville (2000); PhD, University of Louisville (2005)

  • “Does Interface Matter? A Study of Web Authoring and Editing By Inexperienced Web Writers.” Business Communications Quarterly. (2006): 205-215. Print.
  • “The Writing Major As Shared Commitment.” What We Are Becoming: Development In Undergraduate Writing Majors. Eds. Greg A. Giberson and Thomas A. Moriarty. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2010. 98-129. Print.

Katherine McMahon, Ph.D.

BA, Oberlin College (1971); MA, Northern Illinois University (1976); PhD, Northern Illinois University (1985)

Michael Olin-Hitt, Ph.D

BA, Otterbein College (1986); MA, The Ohio State University (1989); PhD, The Ohio State University (1993)

  • “Prodigal.” The Other Side (Sept/Oct 2000): 42-47. Print.
  • “Norm Denton’s Kid, 1972.” Notre Dame Review Winter (2001): 80-93. Print.
  • The Word of God Upon My Lips: A Messenger Speaks. San Francisco: Council
  • Oak Books, 2007. Print.
  • The Homegoing: A Novel. Huron: Bottom Dog Press, 2012. Print.

Andrew Price, Ph.D.

BA, St. Anselm College (1982); MA, University of Notre Dame (1985); PhD, University of Notre Dame (1988)

Gwen Gray Schwartz, Ph.D.

BA, Occidental College (1990); MA, Morehead State University (1994); PhD, University of Arizona (2006)

  • “Coming to Terms: Generation 1.5 Students in Mainstream Composition.” The Reading Matrix 4.3 (2004): 40-57. Print.
  • “Subtexting Mainstream Generation 1.5 Identities: Acculturation Theories at Work.” Reinventing Identities in Second Language Writing. Eds. Michelle Cox, et al. Urbana: NCTE, 2010. 29-50. Print.

Frank Tascone, M.A., M.F.A.

BA, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (1985); MA, Bowling Green State University (1989); MFA, University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1998)

  • “Priscilla Gload.” Chautauqua 7(2010): 218-228. Print.

David Thiele, Ph.D.

BA, Kenyon College (1991); MA, Boston College (1995); PhD, Boston College (2003)

  • “Dracula and Whitmania: the Pass-Word Primeval.” English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 48.2 (2005): 188-205. Print.
  • “Ruskin, Authority, and Adult Education.” Ruskin’s Struggle for Coherence: Self-Representation through Art, Place, and Society. Eds. Rachel Dickenson and Keith Hanley. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006.138-153. Print.
  • “That There Brutus: Elite Culture and Knowledge Diffusion in the Industrial Novels of Elizabeth Gaskell.” Victorian Literature and Culture 35.1 (2007): 263-285. Print.
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