Yuet-Sim Chiang has a Ph.D in English studies and an M.S. in English education, both from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She teaches Reading & Composition courses, and coursework in composition theory and practice. Additionally, she serves as a Bay Area Writing Project teacher-consultant. She also researches literacy issues, including the cultural tension and politics of English literacy for students of non-western roots. Her other research interests include teacher growth and development, English literacy practices in and out of schools, and post-colonial cultural studies. She has written chapters for such collections as Situated Stories: Valuing Diversity in Composition Research, Generation 1.5 Meets College Composition, and Under Construction: Working at the Intersections of Composition Theory, Research, and Practice.
Retired Faculty and Former Directors