Rebecca Stephens

Professor and Department Chair 



Ph.D., Literature - Washington State University
M.A., Literature - Western Michigan University
B.B.A., Accountancy and Computer Information Systems - Western Michigan Univeristy

I teach writing, literature, and English education courses for the UWSP English Department. My research interests are in drama, television, and nationalism contribute to the cultural studies approach that shapes many of the classes I teach, and these courses are always guided by my teaching philosophy of student participation. Small and large group discussion, multimedia use, and group presentations are the norm for both my writing and literature classes.

I am also interested in instructional technologies; my writing classes frequently meet in computer labs for research and drafting and my literature courses employ other methods of on-line learning; I also teach one of the courses for English Education majors on using technology in the classroom (English 393). This interest stems from my experience as a technical writer and corporate computer training consultant prior to attending Washington State University, where I received my Ph.D. in literature. I am originally from Michigan and received an M.A. in Literature and a B.B.A. degree in Accountancy and Computer Information Systems from Western Michigan University.

Contact Info

​Office: ​CCC 445
​Phone: ​715-346-4331 (Course-related)
715-346-3208 (Deptartment Chair)
​Fax: ​715-346-4215

Course Info

ENG 101​ ​Freshman English
​ENG 201
​Freshman English
​ENG 108
​Reading Drama
​ENG 150
​Advanced Freshman English
​ENG 312/512
​Modern Drama
ENG 275/575​ ​Literature for Adolescents
​ENG 382/582
​Ethnic Literature of the United States
​ENG 383/583
​Themes in Literature
​ENG 393
​Technologies for Higher Education