Writing and Rhetoric Faculty

Douglas Eyman

Don Gallehr

    Research Interests: Northern Virginia Writing Project; the teaching of writing and the use of writing to learn; and writing beyond the cognitive.

    Courses:

    • 309 - Introduction to Nonfiction
    • 489 - Advanced Nonfiction Writing
    • 615 - Composition Pedagogy
    • 697 - Composition Theory
    • 695 - NVWP Inservice Program
    • 696 - NVWP Teacher/Research Seminar
    • 699 - NVWP Summer Institute

    Website(s): Northern Virginia Writing Project
    Email: dgallehr@gmu.edu
    Office: Robinson Hall A 419

Susan Lawrence

    Research Interests: the intersections of public and professional discourse, professional writing, rhetorics of truth and reconciliation, discourse analysis, document design, argument.

    Courses:

    • 410 - Professional and Technical Writing
    • 501 - Introduction to Professional Writing
    • 502 - Research Methods in Rhetoric and Writing
    • 504 - Internship in Writing and Editing
    • 611 - Studies in Rhetoric
    • 612 - Cultures of Professional Writing

    Email: slawrenb@gmu.edu
    Office: Robinson Hall A 424

E. Shelley Reid

Paul Rogers

    Research interests: the development of writing abilities across the lifespan, the role of written communication in the knowledge economy, and the intersections of writing and the teaching and learning of science and engineering.

    Courses:

    • 489 - Advanced Nonfiction Writing
    • 697 - Composition Theory

    Homepage: http://mason.gmu.edu/~progers2/
    Website(s): Northern Virginia Writing Project
    Email: progers2@gmu.edu
    Phone: (703) 993-9124
    Office: NVWP Offices, Robinson A 3rd Floor

Eve Wiederhold

    Courses:

    • 489 - Advanced Nonfiction Writing
    • 611 - Studies in Rhetoric
    • 697 - Composition Theory

    Email: ewiederh@gmu.edu
    Phone: (703) 993-2770
    Office: Robinson Hall A 466

Terry Zawacki


Affiliate Faculty

Scott Berg, Internship Director

Roger Lathbury

William Miller

Dean Taciuch


PWR Contacts

  • Coordinator, MA concentration in PWR: Douglas Eyman, deyman@gmu.edu