Born in Greenville, SC, and Attended University of Maryland (BA), Oregon State University(MA), and The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (PhD). My doctoral work and ongoing studies include the teaching of writing and the history of rhetoric.
Writing Program Administration, Composition and Composition history, professionalism in English Studies, the Organic Metaphor of Writing Since Coleridge.
PhD, English - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MA, English - Oregon State University
BA, English Language & Literature - University of Maryland
Awards & Honors
Name: Governor's Teaching Fellow, 2011-2012
Organization: Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia, Athens GA
Academic Year Synposia Program. Traveled to Athens once monthly for ongoing professional training in teaching and leadership. An honor to be a part of this competitive fellowship. April 2012 meeting concluded the program
Name: Diana Hacker Outstanding Program in English (Honorable Mention)
Organization: National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Conference of College Composition and Communication (CCCC)
Research, Wrote, and Won National Award for Leadership and Design of the First-year Writing Program at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Tifton, GA.
Name: Hoffman Graduate Essay Award
Organization: University if Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Dep of English
Award for my dissertation chapter, "These Are Our Texts, Too!"
Name: Chancellor's Graduate Research Award
Organization: Dep of English, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Competitive $10,000.00 Research Award for PhD Study. Paid in addition to teaching fellowship.
Publication Date: 5/1/2015
Issue: May-June 2015
Type: Journal Article, Professional Journal
Authors: M Stewart Lewis,
Publication Date: 1/1/2014
Publisher: College Composition and Communication
Authors: Michael Stewart Lewis,