Katie Arosteguy has been teaching a variety of advanced composition classes in the University Writing Program at UC Davis since 2011. She teaches writing in education, writing in the health sciences, business writing, and science writing. She also teaches the basic writing class that UCD offers. She coordinated the Writing Ambassadors program from 2014-2017, an internship opportunity for undergraduates to volunteer in area K-12 schools and help kids with their writing. She has given presentations on multimodal writing assignments she designs for her classes at the Conference on College Composition and Communication and is currently at work on a book titled A Student’s Guide to Writing in Education with two of her colleagues. Before UC Davis, Katie taught all levels of composition at many of the community colleges in the Sacramento area for three years. Before that, Katie earned her California secondary teaching credential in English from Sacramento State University and taught junior high and high school English for a couple of years. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Washington State University, a Master’s in English from Sacramento State University, and Bachelor's degrees in English and Biology. She is also a National Writing Project teacher-consultant and has published several articles on representations of motherhood in popular culture and American literature.