Rachel Sanchez graduated from WSU in 2009 with her MA in English Literature. Since 2009, she has worked as a contingent faculty member for the English department, teaching both composition and technical and professional writing. Her teaching and research interests include success and retention of underrepresented students as well as identity construction in student writing. She has presented with colleagues and undergraduate students on both research interests over the years. Recently, she co-edited a collection of essays from non-tenure track composition colleagues across the country, titled Speaking Up, Speaking Out: Lived Experiences of Non-Tenure Track Faculty in Writing Studies, which was published in 2021.
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