Joanna Castner Post, Ph.D.
Thompson Hall 323
Ph.D., Technical Communication and Rhetoric, Texas Tech University
M.A., Rhetoric and Composition, Texas Tech University
B.A., Telecommunication, Eastern New Mexico University
Rhetoric, composition, and technical communication
Joanna Castner Post earned her Ph.D. in technical communication and rhetoric from Texas Tech University. She is Associate Professor of Writing and Director of the Writing Center. Her latest publications include
• a collection co-edited with Rebecca Ingalls, Tracy Morse, Anne Stockdell-Giesler and Mike Donnelly entitled Critical Conversations about Plagiarism forthcoming from Parlor Press;
• an article co-written with Laura Bowles in a collection entitled Before and After the Tutorial forthcoming from Hampton Press;
• a collection entitled Compositions in the New Liberal Arts, 2009, co-edited with James Inman;
• an article written with Stephanie Vanderslice and Vicki Beard Simmons entitled "Round up the Horses; the Carts are Racing Downhill!: Programmatic Catch-up to a Quickly Growing Concurrent Credit Program" published by NCTE 2010 in the collection Taking Care of Business: College Credit for Writing in High School (editors: Christine Farris and Kristine Hansen);
• an article in the collection Small Tech: The Culture of Digital Tools, published in 2008 and edited by Byron Hawk, David M. Rieder, and Ollie Oviedo entitled “Getting Real and Feeling in Control: Haptic Interfaces”;
• and an article in Technology and English Studies: Innovative Professional Paths, edited by James Inman and Beth Hewitt.