Tiffany Rousculp is a professor in the English, Linguistics, and Writing Studies department at Salt Lake Community College where she is also the founding director of the SLCC Writing Across the College program, which received the 2018 TYCA Outstanding Program in English. She is the creator of the college’s Open Collection of Student Writing and the Professional Writing Center. She consults on WAC program development in two-year college settings, community writing centers, and partnerships between higher education and community. Her publications include Rhetoric of Respect: Recognizing Change in a Community Writing Center, winner of the 2014 IWCA Outstanding Book/Major Work award, and “Everyone Writes: Expanding Writing Across the Curriculum to Change a Culture of Writing” (forthcoming). She was the founding director of the nationally-recognized SLCC Community Writing Center, and has received the college’s Exemplary Faculty Service award and the Distinguished Faculty Lecture award. She attended Mesa Community College, received her BA in English from Arizona State University, and her MA in Rhetoric, Linguistics, and Literature from the University of Southern California.
Areas of Specialization: Community colleges, building partnerships.
Geographic Consulting Experience: U.S.