We’re excited to announce this year’s CCDP Digital Fellows, who will be working on social media promotions and other projects surrounding our titles. Learn more about them below and help us welcome them to the Press!
Savanna is a third-year PhD student in Writing, Rhetorics, & Literacies at Arizona State University. She studies social media pedagogies, and is currently trying to understand how social media materially and conventionally mediates invention (or “inspo,” as we call it on Instagram).
Ruth Li is a Ph.D. student in English and education at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she teaches first-year and upper-level writing classes. Her interests include writing development, composition pedagogy, and digital literacies and rhetorics.
Mandy Olejnik is a PhD student in composition and rhetoric at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she serves as Graduate Assistant Director of Writing Across the Curriculum Programs at the Howe Center for Writing Excellence. Her current research centers on how graduate students learn to write and how faculty can support and mentor graduate writers, drawing from theories of transfer, threshold concepts, and rhetorical genre studies.
Charles is a third-year Ph.D. student at Illinois State University. His academic focus in in rhetoric, writing studies, and technical communication, including research in digital rhetoric at the intersection of identity formation, ethics, and Big Data.