Mark Roberge is a Professor of English and graduare coordinator of the Composition and Postsecondary Reading Program. His research focuses on immigrant education, second language instruction, program administration, and teacher training. He has given numerous presentations and faculty development workshops on teaching academic writing in linguistically and culturally diverse English classes at the secondary and post-secondary level. For the past 10 years, he has served as co-editor of the CATESOL Journal.
Lu Rehling earned her Ph.D., A.M., and A.B. degrees in English Language & Literature from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. For over 15 years, Lu worked primarily in industry, as a writer, editor, trainer, manager, and consultant. She also held teaching appointments at Westminster College, Salt Lake Community College, and the University of Utah.
Ph.D., Yale University; A.B., Harvard University.
Ph.D., Duke University Middle English Literature
David Olsher earned his M.A. in TESL and Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from the University of California, Los Angeles. He taught in the MA TESL Program at Bowling Green State University in Ohio for two years, where he also coordinated the ESL Program and supervised student teachers. For four years, Dr. Olsher was the coordinator of a college EFL program at Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages in Japan.
Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Ph.D., Illinois State University.
Ph.D., Harvard University.
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.
Neil Lindeman is an Associate Professor and currently serves as Coordinator for the Technical & Professional Writing program. He teaches courses on technical and professional writing, document design, and editing. His research focuses on the intersection of rhetoric, technical communication, expertise, and political advocacy. His work has appeared in Technical Communication Quarterly, The Journal of Business and Technical Communication, The Journal of Business Communication, and other journals.