Dept. of Writing and Communication
- Ph.D. Ball State University
- M.A. Southern Illinois University
- B.A. Rockhurst University
Claire Lutkewitte, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of writing in the Department of Writing and Communication in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS). She teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses including basic writing, college writing, advanced composition, writing with technologies, teaching of writing, research methods, and feature writing. She served as the major chair for the General Studies major as well as taught a general studies workshop.
Dr. Lutkewitte's research interests include writing technologies, FYC pedagogy, writing center research, and graduate programs. She has published three books, Mobile Technologies and the Writing Classroom, Multimodal Composition: A Critical Sourcebook, and Web 2.0: Applications for Composition Classrooms. She has published articles in major journals including Academic Exchange Quarterly, Writing Lab Newsletter, and TETYC. She has also presented at national and regional conferences. Currently, she is working with colleagues on a two-year grant funded study that investigates how graduate students transition out of their graduate programs in writing and into assistant professor positions at colleges and universities.
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