Dr. S. Andrew Stowe is an Assistant Professor of English and currently serves as the Director of the Writing and Multimedia Center at Anderson University. Since joining the Anderson faculty in 2016, he has taught classes related to rhetoric and writing with an emphasis toward digital media. These classes include first-year English composition and communication courses, as well as advanced courses in creative nonfiction, business writing, and writing center pedagogy. Stowe’s teaching emphasizes the power of rhetoric to help students create meaningful and powerful compositions across genre, media, and situation.
Stowe holds a Phd in Rhetoric, Communication, and Information Design from Clemson University. He also earned an MA from Clemson in Professional Communication. Stowe received a BA in Communication Studies from USC Upstate. While in graduate school at Clemson, Stowe was honored with the 2016 Thomas E. Douglass Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching. The Douglass Award is given to second-year teaching assistants in Clemson’s Department of English.
Stowe keeps his courses relevant by integrating his research into his teaching. He is currently co-editing a collection on Flash Reason for Textshop Experiments, and he recently co-authored a chapter for Parlor Press’s Exquisite Corpse: Art-Based Writing Practices in the Academy. Some of his other publications include work in the Journal of Western Communication and an interview in the Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory. He has presented papers at conferences such as the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Computers and Writing, and the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies conference.