Teaching

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Teaching in PWR

PWR's teaching faculty consists of nearly fifty full-time lecturers and fellows who bring to the program their expertise in writing and rhetoric as well as in a variety of additional disciplinary fields, such as theater arts, literature, history, anthropology, communications, education, law, and even biology. Below browse our instructor profiles, professional development resources for instructors, current position descriptions and calls for applications, and our program newsletter.

Link to information about our current PWR teaching faculty, their areas of specialization, office hours, and contact information.

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Visit this expansive site for writing and rhetoric instructors, which provides access to pedagogical materials, the PWR teaching guide, resources for PWR instructors, and resources for WIM faculty.

Stanford University PWR instructor Christine Alfano works with students at a collaboration station in one of the tech classrooms in Wallenberg Hall.

Learn more about teaching positions in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric.

Stanford University: PWR instructor Susan Wyle's class visits Stanford's Special Collections & University Archives.

Browse information about teaching a WRITE 2 class: a faculty-led seminar that students can take as an alternative to PWR 2 in order to fulfill the second-year WR-2 requirement.

Explore strategies and best practices for teaching a Writing-in-the-Major (WIM) course.

Want to learn the latest on what PWR instructors are up to both in and outside of their classrooms? Check out our PWR Newsletter!