Royston, Jennifer | Faculty
Ph.D., Lecturer I in Technical Communication, College of Engineering
310 Gorguze Family Lab
I’m a lecturer of technical communication in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, where my pedagogical interests lie in honing students’ revision practices and refining job application materials. I aim to create a student-centered, collaborative professional learning environment for my students that is rigorous and applicable to life outside of my classroom.
Before coming to U of M, I taught a variety of literature, humanities, writing, and communication courses in Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan and I previously taught at a conventional and International Baccalaureate high school.
I have research interests in digital pedagogy and outcome-based curriculum revision.
Ph.D., English, Michigan State University
M.A., English, University College London
B.S., Education (English and Communication), Eastern Michigan University
Fedewa, Kate; Grabill, Jeff; Heine, Kristen; Lindquist, Julie and Royston, Jennifer. “Thinking about ‘Thinking Like a Writer’: Learning at Scale in a Writing MOOC.” The Journal of Global Literacies, Technology, and Emerging Pedagogies, Summer 2014.
Royston, Jennifer. “Mute Poem, Speaking Picture: The Personification of the Paragone in Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens.” Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion, edited by Walter S. Melion and Bart Ramakers, Brill, 2016.
Rzepka, Adam; Royston, Jennifer; and Pierce Williams. “The Folger Digital Anthology for Student-created, Network-driven Editions”. Lesson developed for The Folger Shakespeare Library.