Beth Carroll is a Professor in University College and director of Writing Across the Curriculum (January 2020-present) and the University Writing Center (2002-present). Previously, she served on the faculty in English and in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies (2002-2019), and as Graduate Director of the Rhetoric & Composition program (2014-2017). Her research interests include writing program administration, feminist rhetorics, writing pedagogies, and the Grateful Dead. In 2009, she won the UNC Board of Governors Excellence in Teaching Award and, with Georgia Rhoades and Kim Gunter, Carroll led Appalachian’s vertical writing curriculum to win the 2012 CCCC Certificate of Excellence. She currently serves as a National Center for Developmental Education Associate and as treasurer of the Grateful Dead Studies Association.
Title: Director, Writing Across the Curriculum Program and University Writing Center
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