Dr. Danielle M. Williams

Lecturer, Interim Director of Freshman Composition
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Interim Director of Freshman Composition


Rhetoric and Composition
Multimodal Composition
Digital Rhetoric
Community-Based Writing

Carroll Science, room 404
(254) 710-4558
Personal Website


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

Courses Taught

  • ENG 1302: Thinking and Writing
  • ENG 1304: Thinking, Writing, and Research
  • ENG 2301: British Literature
  • ENG 3300: Technical and Professional Writing
  • ENG 4318: Writing for the Workplace


Danielle M. Williams serves as the interim director of the freshman composition program. 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 and the ways in which participatory digital culture expands existing theories of community-based writing. Her work has appeared in Computers and Composition and an edited collection. Danielle enjoys cooking, running, and spending time at the Lazy Bandit Ranch with her husband Chris and her two young children.