Albert Wray

Albert Wray
Lecturer | First-Year Writing
Cameron 160

Education

PhD. Candidate (ABD), English, University of South Carolina, 2006-present.

M.A. English, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2006.

B.A. English, Appalachian State University, 1994.

Recent Professional Appointments

Full-time Lecturer, University Writings Program, First-Year Writing, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2012-present.

Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2001-2014.

Research Interests:

Digital Pedagogy, Composition, Early Modern British Drama.

Civic Literature, Celebration, and Middle Class Identity in Early Modern British Drama

Teaching Awards:

William Richey Teaching Fellowship, University of South Carolina, 2010.

William H. Nolte Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, University of South Carolina, 2008.

Cile Moise First-Year English Award, University of South Carolina, 2008. Student nominated award for outstanding first-year English instructor.

College of Arts and Sciences and Graduate School Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Graduate Teaching Assistant in a Social Sciences or Humanities Discipline, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2006.

Programs: 
First-Year Writing