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Faculty and Staff - Judith Szerdahelyi

Dr. Judith Szerdahelyi

Dr. Judith Szerdahelyi

Associate Professor

Office:  Cherry Hall 16B
Phone:  270-745-5765
Email:  judith.szerdahelyi@wku.edu

Courses

E100 Introduction to College Writing

E300 Writing in the Disciplines

E301 Intermediate Composition

E306 Business Writing

E307 Technical Writing

E401 Advanced Composition

E415 Technology and Writing

E411 Directed Writing

Education

Ph. D.   English. Rhetoric and Composition. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

M.A.     English Language and Literature. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

B. A.     English and Hungarian Languages and Literature. Ho Si Minh Teacher Training College, Budapest, Hungary

Biography

Judith Szerdahelyi earned her Ph.D. from The University of North Carolina-Greensboro with an emphasis on Rhetoric and Composition. Her teaching and research interests include composition theory and pedagogy, computers and writing, multimodal technology in higher education, creative nonfiction, and non-native English-speaking writing instructors. In addition to a co-authored textbook on writing published in Hungary, her publications include book chapters and academic articles published by IGI Global, Cambria Press, and Computers and Composition Online. She is the editor of the Kentucky English Bulletin.

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