Dr. Danielle M. Williams

Dr. Danielle M. Williams
Senior Lecturer, Director of First-Year Writing
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Senior Lecturer
Director of First-Year Writing

Interests

Rhetoric and Composition
Multimodal Composition
Digital Rhetoric
Community-Based Writing

Contact

Danielle_Williams2@baylor.edu
Carroll Science, room 404
(254) 710-4558
Personal Website

Education

Ph.D. Baylor University
B.A. Azusa Pacific University

Courses Taught

  • ENG 1302: Thinking and Writing
  • ENG 1310: Writing & Academic Inquiry Seminars
  • ENG 3300: Technical Writing
  • ENG 3309: Creative Nonfiction
  • ENG 3318: Professional & Workplace Writing
  • ENG 4321: New Media Writing & Rhetoric

Bio

Danielle M. Williams serves as the Director of First-Year Writing. She teaches undergraduate courses in first-year writing, digital writing, and technical and professional writing. Her current research examines the intersection of digital literacies and community engagement. Her academic work has appeared in Computers and Composition, Composition Studies, and an edited collection. She also writes creative nonfiction and has been published in Writing on the Edge. Danielle enjoys cooking and spending time with her husband Chris and their three young children.