Dr. Dana Lynn Driscoll is an Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric at Oakland University (in Rochester, Michigan) where she teaches courses in Writing and Rhetoric and Interdisciplinary Studies. These courses include first-year writing, peer tutoring, interdisciplinary research methods, and global rhetoric. Her research interests include writing transfer, empirical/mixed research methodologies, the scholarship of teaching and learning, writing assessment, writing across the curriculum, and writing centers.

She has published in numerous books and journals, including the Writing Center Journal, Across the Disciplines, Writing Program Administration, Assessing Writing, Teaching and Learning Inquiry, and Composition Forum. She is a Co-PI on the multi-institutional research project, the “The Writing Transfer Project” which seeks to understand transfer of learning and metacognition across settings. Her co-authored work “Theory, Lore, and More: An Analysis of RAD Research in the Writing Center Journal, 1980-2009” won the International Writing Center Association’s 2012 Outstanding Article of the Year Award. She also serves the discipline as a CCCC Executive Committee member.

Please click here to view Dr. Driscoll's complete CV (updated September 2, 2014).

You can contact Dr. Driscoll at driscoll (at) oakland (dot) edu.