Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Faculty Network

The WAC Faculty Network is a community of practice whose members are invested in student writing.  The Writing Program facilitates meetings and provides other supports, but the heart of the WAC Faculty Network is the activity among members--colleagues connecting with colleagues to exchange ideas, provide advice, share resources, and discuss teaching and writing in their courses and disciplines.  Feel free to contact any of the members and join the conversation.

WAC Faculty Network Core Members

HHS Angela Braswell Nursing CL Asst Prof
  Lauren Ferguson RMP Lecturer
  Jennifer Frye RMP CL Asst Prof
  Cindy Hartman RMP Asst Prof
  Tyler Jamison HSFS Asst Professor
  Michelle Lovell Nursing CL Asst Prof
  Keri Miloro CSD CL Asst Prof
  Meg Morgan CSD CL Asst Prof
  Amy Plante CSD CL Asst Prof
  Rae Sonnenmeier CSD CL Assoc Prof
COLA Beth Caldwell PSYCH Lecturer
  Molly Campbell ENGL Sr Lecturer
  Sergei Charntikov PSYCH Asst Prof
  Denise Desrosiers EDUC Adjunct
  Kari Dudley PSYCH Lecturer
  Joan Glutting PYSCH CL Assoc Prof
  Stephanie Harzewski ENGL Sr Lecturer
  Nicole Ruane HUM Lecturer
  Bill Stine PSYCH Assoc Prof
  Nena Stracuzzi Sociology Sr Lecturer
  Sara Withers ANTH Sr Lecturer
CEPS John LaCourse E&C ENG Prof
  Pat Stone CHE Affil Asst Prof
UNH-M Patricia Halpin BIO Asst Prof
  Barbara Jago Com Arts Assoc Prof
  Michael Jonas Comp Sci Asst Prof
  Nick Mian PSYCH Asst Prof
Paul Audrey Ashton-Savage MKTG Sr Lecturer
  Dev Dutta MNGMT Assoc Prof
  Richard Kilbride FIN Lecturer
  Kevin McLaughlin ACCT Asst Prof
  Jon Nash ACCT Asst Prof
COLSA Janet Anderson BIO Lecturer
  Leslie Curren BIO Sr Lecturer
  Vanessa Grunkemeyer BIO Lecturer
  Katherine Lockwood MCSBS/NUTR CL Asst Prof
  Jen Purrenhage NREN Sr Lecturer

Core WAC Faculty Members

The core membership consists of faculty who have participated in the WAC Faculty Retreat and who have gained a deeper understanding of writing across the curriculum, writing in the disciplines, WI Course Design, and are aware of the culture of writing at UNH.  Core members are available to share their knowledge with colleagues and departments, and continue to be engaged in the following ways:

  • Access to a shared UNH Box account with resources and references
  •  Inclusion in an email list
  • Receipt of special notices for workshops and other Writing Program events
  • Receipt of news from the Writing Program about current research and other items of interest

Interested in Becoming a WAC Faculty Network Core Member?

Apply for the Writing Invested Faculty Retreat to receive recognition as a core WAC Faculty Network member,  who can share their knowledge about WAC approaches to teaching with writing with colleagues in your home department and across campus.

Writing Committee

Each college is represented on the UNH Writing Committee.  Feel free to to get in touch with your representative to discuss writing at UNH or to inquire about serving on the Writing Committee. Contact the Director of the Writing Program for current contact information.