Sarah Spring

Associate Professor of Communication and English; Program Director of Associate of Arts
Sarah Spring 214.818.1346
  • 2010 Ph.D. (English/Discourse Studies), Texas A&M University. Dissertation: What is Writing?: Student Practices and Perspectives on the Technologies of Literacy in College Composition
  • 2004 M.A. (English), Texas A&M University
  • 2002 B.A. (English), University of Central Arkansas
  • Christian Education on the Plains of Texas, by Dr. Jack Terry, Summer 2018.
  • God’s Amazing Grace: Reconciling Four Centuries of African American Marriages and Families, by Dr. Terry Turner, Fall 2017.
  • Review of Computers & Writing 2013’s “Session G1: Undergraduate Curricula and Multimodal Composing” for the Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, June 2013 (peer reviewed).
  • “Designing Digital Texts in/for the Classroom.” Enculturation: a journal of rhetoric, writing, and culture, October 2012 (peer reviewed).
  • Review of Computers & Writing 2012’s “Session B: Gaming as Academic Identity” for the Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, June 2012 (peer reviewed).
  • Modern Language Association.
  • National Council for Teachers of English.
  • College Composition and Communication and the Conference on College Composition and Communication Committee on Computers in Composition and Communication (7 Cs) Task Force.
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