Mandy Brooks is a third-year PhD student studying Rhetoric and Composition. Currently, she is the administrator of the Williams Digital Studio and she teaches ENC 3416 in the Editing, Writing, and Media major. When she's not on campus, Mandy enjoys watching (and re-watching) shows on Netflix, trying out new paleo-friendly recipes, and crocheting.
Experienced with: Photoshop, InDesign, Wix, Wordpress, Canva, iMovie, Prezi, PowerPoint
Learning: Illustrator, Garage Band
Joel Bergholtz is a second-year PhD student studying Rhetoric and Composition. He is especially interested in social media and digital circulation. Currently, he is the Computer Writing Classroom Coordinator and teaches ENC 2135 Online. Outside of academics, he enjoys dadding cats, playing video games, and consuming culture.
Experienced with: PhotoShop, Prezi, Wix, Wordpress, iMovie, Canva, Powerpoint
Learning: Illustrator, Premiere, Garage Band, InDesign
Noah Patterson is a first-year MA student studying Rhetoric and Composition. Noah is interested writing/multiliteracy center studies, embodied rhetorics, visual rhetoric and design, drinking inappropriate amounts of coffee, and listening to music (moods ranging from Mitski to Charli XCX).
Experienced with: Web design platforms like Wix, Weebly, and Wordpress; Adobe Creative Suite programs, especially InDesign; Audacity; Piktochart, Canva; iMovie
Learning: Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and basic coding in HTML & CSS
Caitlin Hattaway is a Master’s student studying Rhetoric and Composition, with a focus in digital composition and pedagogy. She majored in Editing, Writing, and Media for her Bachelor’s, and currently teaches ENC2135. Outside of academia, Caitlin enjoys drinking too much tea, watching cheesy British television, and hiking with her dog, Hazel.
Experienced with: Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Wix/Weebly, Canva, Prezi, PowerPoint, Excel, HTML5/CSS3
Learning: Illustrator, Audacity, iMovie/Premiere
Kenneth Johnson II is a third year Ph.D. candidate in African American Literary and Cultural Studies, a teaching assistant in the First Year Composition Program, and a tutor in the Reading/Writing Center and Digital Studio. Kenneth received his BA in English at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) and his MA in English at Florida State. Kenneth is currently working on his dissertation prospectus which focuses on the self-writing of black men as a means to reconstruct their identity. His research interests include black masculinity, black queer theory, black men’s self-writing and literacy, and hip-hop studies. In his free time, Kenneth is a freelance photographer and graphic designer, and is a self-proclaimed amateur chef.
Experienced with: Photoshop, Wix, Weebly, Prezi, PowerPoint, Canva, iMovie
Learning: Lightroom, InDesign, Illustrator, SquareSpace