AboutEstee Beck is an assistant professor of professional and technical writing/digital humanities in the Department of English. She holds a PhD in English, with a specialization in rhetoric and writing from Bowling Green State University. Her research engagements span computers & writing, rhetoric & composition, digital rhetoric, surveillance & privacy, professional and technical communication, and digital humanities. She has published in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, Computers & Composition: An International Journal, Computers & Composition Online, and Hybrid Pedagogy.
EducationPhD, English with Rhetoric and Writing specialization, Bowling Green State University, May, 2015.
MA, English with Composition and Rhetoric specialization, Marshall University, July 2010.
BA, English with Literature designation, West Virginia State University, May 2008.