Kristine Hansen, English
Kristine Hansen specializes in rhetoric and composition, with particular focuses on writing in academic disciplines, composition theory and pedagogy, and research methods. She has been a professor at BYU since 1987. From 1999–2003 she served as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education with responsibility for University Writing Programs. She previously served as the Coordinator of English Composition, 1990–93, and as Associate Coordinator, 1988–1990. As the Coordinator of English Composition, Professor Hansen taught and supervised over two hundred graduate students engaged in teaching English 115, College Writing and Reading. For her administrative leadership she received an Alcuin Fellowship in General Education from 1991–94, and she was named Karl G. Maeser Professor of General Education from 1998–2001. In 2005, she was honored with the Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Teaching Award, and she gave the Barker Lecture in the College of Humanities. She has served on the executive board of the Council of Writing Program Administrators and currently serves on the editorial board of the WPA Journal. She is also active in several other professional organizations.
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