Ashley Burchett

Assistant Lecturer for the Department of English

Associate Director of the First-Year Writing Program

Hoyt Hall 241,


Ashley is originally from Virginia and lived in North Carolina for her undergrad and grad studies before making the move to Wyoming. She began formally teaching online in 2016 and has since taught in-person, hybrid, and online classes in composition and rhetoric; technical and professional writing; editing; and composition pedagogy. Ashley has worked in Writing/Learning Centers and in professional editing/proofreading positions since 2013, enjoying the opportunity to join the writer in their writing journey at whatever stage of the process. Their research/teaching interests include rhetorical/composition theory and practice, writing center theory and practice, writing program administration, technical and professional writing and pedagogy. 


M.A. English: Composition and Rhetoric, North Carolina State University

B.A. English, The College at Southeastern

Recent and Upcoming Courses

ENGL 1010 - Composition and Rhetoric

ENGL 2005 - Writing in Tech & Science

ENGL 4010 - Technical Writing in the Professions

ENGL 4020 - Editing for Publication

ENGL 5900 - Practice in College Teaching


Ashley Burchett

Assistant Lecturer
Hoyt Hall 241

Research Interests: Rhetorical and composition theory, experimental/multimodal composition, Writing Center theory, practice, and pedagogy, Critical Race Theory, literary history, narrative theory, writing program administration

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