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Mike Haen is a new
post-doc in the First-Year Writing Program. While pursuing his Ph.D. in composition and rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW),
Mike served as assistant director of the Writing Across the Curriculum
program, taught first-year and advanced undergraduate writing courses,
consulted with undergraduate and graduate students in the writing
center, and designed and facilitated outreach programming as a member of
the Writing Center leadership team.
research focuses on two kinds of social interaction in higher
education: one-to-one writing consultations and class discussions. In
his dissertation, he applied discourse analytic methods to examine how
course-embedded writing consultants (i.e., writing fellows) accomplish
instructional goals, like giving critical feedback, while building and
preserving positive relationships with students in these one-to-one
interactions. His research has been published or is forthcoming in WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, Studies in Applied Linguistics and TESOL and The Writing Center Journal. During
his final year at UW, Mike worked for the Wisconsin Center for
Education Research. As a research associate, he analyzed student
interview data collected through The Discussion Project–a professional
development series that helps instructors create engaging and
academically rigorous classroom environments in which students
experience productive classroom discussions on important issues and
topics. Outside of his research and teaching, Mike is an avid runner,
Milwaukee Bucks fan and cat dad. He is looking forward to exploring the
east coast with his girlfriend Jennifer.
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