Jessica Jorgenson Borchert is an Assistant Professor of English at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS.
She teaches courses in professional writing and rhetoric and serves as Director of Writing across the Curriculum.
She has presented her work at meetings of CCCC, CWPA, CEA, Computers and Writing, and Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association.
Cristina Hanganu-Bresch is Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric at the University of the Sciences (Philadelphia), where she teaches primarily composition and scientific writing in addition to multidisciplinary courses in the General Education program. Her research has focused primarily on medical rhetoric, in particular the rhetoric of psychiatry.
Her work was published in Written Communication, Literature and Medicine, and several edited collections. Most recently, she co-edited with Justin Everett, A Minefield of Dreams: Promises and Perils of Independent Writing Programs (WAC Clearinghouse, 2016).
Angela Laflen earned her Ph.D. from Purdue University and is currently an Assistant Professor of English at California State University, Sacramento. She teaches in the areas of Professional Writing and Writing Center Pedagogy.
She has presented her work at meetings of the Modern Language Association and the Conference on College Composition and Communication, and her work has appeared in Computers and Composition, Assessing Writing, and Modern Language Studies, among others. She is author of Confronting Visuality in Multi-Ethnic Women’s Literature (Palgrave Macmillan; 2014).
Lorie S. Jacobs is Assistant Professor of Writing at University of Houston-Clear Lake, where she teaches first-year and professional writing courses.
Lorie is the Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines Coordinator, advancing professional development in the teaching of writing campus-wide. She also Co-Directs the First-Year Writing program.
Lorie’s research interests include discipline- and profession-specific writing curriculum, labor issues in academia, first-year composition, and student persistence.
Tara Wood is an assistant professor of English and Writing Program Administrator at the University of Northern Colorado, where she teaches courses in composition and rhetoric.
Her work has appeared in several essay collections and journals, including College Composition and Communication, Composition Studies, Open Words: Access and English Studies, Kairos, and JAC.
She is the co-chair of the Committee on Disability Issues in College Composition and past chair of the Standing Group on Disability Studies within CCCC.