Ranked Adjunct & Adjunct Faculty
Amanda Hill received her M.A. in English with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Composition from Western Washington University where she also received the Marjory Rivverun Award for Teaching Excellence. Amanda’s scholarship and research focuses on the intersections between digital media studies, writing, and rhetoric and she regularly presents papers at local, national, and international writing teacher conferences. In 2013, Amanda is serving as Chair and Host for the annual joint conference of the Pacific Northwest Writing Center Association and Two-Year College Association of the Pacific Northwest. In her classes, Amanda invites students to explore how writing on the page or screen enriches their life and work as artists. In addition to teaching writing, Amanda is Coordinator of the Cornish Writing Center where she is privileged to mentor five superb peer consultants. In both one-on-one tutoring and in the classroom, Amanda most enjoys reading Cornish writers’ work and finding ways to help them achieve their writing goals.