Susan L. Popham is an assistant professor of English, writing, composition and technical writing at IU Southeast.
Before joining IU Southeast, she taught, researched and administered programs at the University of Memphis in the undergraduate and graduate programs in composition studies and professional writing. She has published several articles related to discourses of health and medicine, and book chapters about teaching and administration in “Online Education 2.0” and “Going Wireless.” She also co-edited a book on feminist influences on disciplinary knowledge, “Transforming the Disciplines.”
She serves as the editor-in-chief of Programmatic Perspectives, the home journal of the Council for Programs in Scientific and Technical Communication.
Areas of Expertise
Technical communication, rhetorics of health and health care, editing, composition and rhetoric, writing studies.