Bryan Kopp

Assistant Professor
English

Specialty area(s)

Genre Studies; Writing in the Professions/Disciplines; Cultural Studies/Critical Theory; Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

Brief biography

University Writing Programs Coordinator
161B Wing Hall
Writing & Learning | Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning (CATL)

Associate Director, Lesson Study Project
Lesson Study Project | Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning (CATL)

Teaching history

Courses Taught at UW-L
ENG 497: Seminar in Rhetoric & Writing Studies
(Topics: "Genre & Culture," "Visual Rhetoric," "Rhetorics of Reality")
ENG 450: English Internship
ENG 413: Writing Portfolio
ENG 403: Individual Projects
ENG 342: The Essay
ENG 337: Rhetorics of Style
ENG 335: Introduction to Professional Writing
ENG 334: Language Studies for Secondary Teachers
ENG 333: Introduction to Rhetoric & Writing Studies
ENG 327: Publishing in the Digital Age
ENG 314: Grant Writing
ENG 313: Prose Style and Editing
ENG 311 (Formerly 355/422): Critical Theory
ENG 307: Writing for Management, Public Relations and the Professions
ENG 306: Writing in Education
ENG 304: Writing in the Arts & Humanities
ENG 303: Advanced Composition
ENG 301: Foundations for Literary Studies
ENG 200: Literature and the Human Experience
ENG 110: College Writing
ENG 050: Fundamentals of Composition

Education

Ph.D. in English/Rhetoric and Composition
Purdue University, August 2000

M.A. in English
Drake University, May 1993

B.A. in English (Minor, Philosophy)
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, May 1991