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Bryan Kopp

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Associate Professor
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

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Bryan Kopp Pronouns: He/Him/His

Associate Professor


Specialty area(s)

Cultural Studies/Critical Theory; Rhetorical Genre Studies; Professional Writing; Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

Brief biography

Associate Chair
426G Wimberly Hall
Department of English

Teaching & Learning Specialist
161C Wing Hall
Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning

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

Current courses at UWL

ENG 311: Critical Theory


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


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 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



Bryan Kopp, Tesia Marshik and Christopher McCracken, all CATL, directed "AI Summit" on Friday, May 17 in La Crosse, WI. In partnership with the CATL AI Community of Practice, this was a successful event that facilitated conversations and shared useful information to start a campus-wide conversation about AI usage across campus.

Submitted on: May 17


Bryan Kopp, English, presented "Engaging Students in Dialogue about Generative AI and Social Inequity in the Writing Classroom" at OPID 2024 Spring Conference for Wisconsin Educators on April 18 in Madison, WI.

Submitted on: April 19


Bryan Kopp, Christopher McCracken, Lindsay Steiner and Louise Zamparutti, all English, presented "Rhetorical prompt engineering in an era of AI expedience" at Teaching Technical Communication and Artificial Intelligence Symposium on March 20 online.

Submitted on: Mar. 21