Sarah Faye earned her MA in English from California State University, Sacramento, and her BA in History from UC Davis. She also earned a Certificate in Teaching Composition and a Certificate in TESOL from California State University, Sacramento. English is her third language since she grew up in Brussels speaking French at school and Italian at home.
In the classes she teaches for the University Writing Program, she focuses on the rhetorical situation and genre analysis, discourse communities, and the writing process.
In her spare time, she plays the ukulele, meditates, or studies Arabic.
“Shareable Links: Engaging Students with Us, Themselves, and Others through Google Apps.” Council for Programs in Scientific and Technical Communication, Savannah, 2017.
“Course Outcomes: the Connection between Policy, Pedagogy, and Practice.” European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing, London, 2017.
“Problem-Solving the Constraints that Hinder Collaboration.” Crossings: Exploring Shared Work in Writing, Reno, 2017.
“Writing (Differently) About Writing.” Research Network Forum, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, 2017.
“Rhetorical Choices Are Political Choices: Uncovering Hidden Political Agendas in Academic Writing.” NCTE Annual Convention, Atlanta, 2016.
“The Effects of Programmatic & Institutional Constraints on the Implementation and Evaluation of Writing Pedagogies.” University of California Writing Conference, UC Santa Barbara, 2016.
“Bringing Context to the Forefront: Writing Assignments that Teach Discourse Community Awareness.” 5th Biannual Northern California Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Sacramento State University, 2015.
“Renovation Gone Wrong: New Banking Pedagogy in the Composition Classroom.” Renovation: an Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, University of Nevada, Reno, 2013.
“Space-Shifting and Role-Morphing: Learning from/in Group Tutorial Settings.” International Writing Centers Association Conference, San Diego, October 2012.