Writing Program Director, Assistant Professor
What I do at SSU:
I teach graduate courses in writing pedagogy and theory, including the teaching practicum for new graduate teaching associates. As Writing Program Director, I craft programmatic outcomes and goals, participate in ongoing conversations about writing in our department, college, and university communities, and direct professional development opportunities for lecturer faculty. I’m happy to advise on theses dealing with writing pedagogy, writing centers, rhetorical theory, and digital tools and practices.
Megan McIntyre joined the English department as an Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program at Sonoma State University in 2018. She was formerly the Assistant Director of Dartmouth College's Institute for Writing and Rhetoric and director of the University of South Florida's Writing Studio. She received her PhD from the University of South Florida in 2015, and her research interests include digital rhetoric and writing, writing program administration, and postpedagogy.
Ewing, Laura and Megan McIntyre. “An Intercultural Analysis of Social Media Advocacy in Disaster Response.” Citizenship and Advocacy in Technical Communication: Scholarly and Pedagogical Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2018. p. 111-136.
McIntyre, Megan. "Productive Uncertainty and Postpedagogical Practice in First-Year Writing." Prompt: A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments 2.2. 2018. Web. p. 39-48. < http://thepromptjournal.com/index.php/prompt/article/view/26>
McIntyre, Megan. “Reflection, Detours, and Postpedagogical Practice.” Textshop Experiments 2.1. 2016. Web. < http://textshopexperiments.org/textshop02/reflection-detours-and-postpedagogical-practice/>
Santos, Marc C. and Megan McIntyre. “Toward a Technical Communication Made Whole: Disquilibrium, Creativity, and Postpedagogy.” Composition Forum 33. 2016. Web. < http://compositionforum.com/issue/33/techcomm.php>
McIntyre, Megan. “Agency Matters.” Peitho 18.1. 2015. Web. p. 25-28. < http://peitho.cwshrc.org/files/2015/10/18.1McIntyre.pdf>