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Co-Directors and Faculty Associates

Amy Lueck
Associate Professor, English, College of Arts and Sciences

Amy is a feminist historiographer of rhetoric who researches histories of rhetorical education and public memory. She brings her research ethic and expertise to bear on her work as a Faculty Associate by supporting pedagogies and practices that foster connection and collaboration in the classroom, on campus, and across the community; that address and redress historic and present-day inequity and injustice; that empower those who have been marginalized and disenfranchised; and that support the full development of individuals and their communities into the future. Through contributions to CAFE workshops and her leadership of the new ACUE microcredential program, her work as a Faculty Associate this year focuses specifically on supporting inclusive teaching and DEI, with a particular emphasis on supporting new faculty in their transition to campus.