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Who is Teaching This Class?
Instructor: Edmond Chang
111 (M) CIC Winter Quarter 2006-07
About the Instructor
Edmond Chang is currently a English Literature graduate student pursuing his Ph.D. His main areas of interest are digital studies, cultural studies, gender studies, film, literary nonfiction, visual rhetoric, myth, and popular culture.
He has extensive teaching experience at the university level. Last year, he taught ENGL 131, with a focus on diversity and multiculturalism. Over the past summer, he taught an early fall quarter class GIS 140: Writing Ready, a four-week, intensive preparatory course for college writing. Prior to coming to UW, he taught English 101: Introduction to Academic Writing at the University of Maryland for a total of eight years while he worked on his Master's in English. In total, Ed Chang has taught thirty sections of English 101. In addition to the standard ENGL101 class, he has taught sections for the Honors program, for the First Year Focus program, and for the College Park Scholars program. He has also taught sections of ENGL 101X for English as a second-language students. He has received consistent and excellent evaluations from students, peers, and supervisors.
While at UMD, he also served as a graduate academic advisor for the Division of Letters and Sciences, which serves freshmen and sophomores who are undecided or applying to a limited enrollment major. Furthermore, he taught UNIV100: The Student and the University, a transition course for incoming freshmen, for Division of Letters and Sciences. In the summer of 2005, he taught a three-week, intensive ENGL101 preparatory course for the Scholastic Transitions Educational Program (STEP).
In addition to teaching, Ed Chang is also committed to student affairs and student advocacy. He served a year as faculty advisor to the P.G. County Community College student literary magazine Reflections. He has also served a year as facilitator for University of Maryland's Safe Space, a peer support group for LGBT students. He also worked as a member and panelist for UMCP’s Speakers Bureau program and the newly created Rainbow Terrapin Network.
Ed Chang has written and self-published a book of poetry, Lost One Found One, and two role-playing games Tellings and Archaea: Live-Action Role-Playing and Wargaming. He is a four-time participant and "winner" of National Novel Writing Month. He is also a freelance writer and desktop publisher.
Other Course Taught
ENGL 111 Q Fall 2006-07 "Imagining Cyberspace"