Gregory D. Wilson
Courses I Teach
I regularly teach two undergraduate courses: English 310 Rhetorical Analysis and English 314 Technical Communication. Click on these links for YouTube videos where I explain my approach to these classes
I also teach two graduate classes: English 592 The Rhetoric of Science and English 602 Research Design in Rhetoric and Professional Communication. Click on these links for YouTube videos where I explain my approach to these classes.
My personal website with more info on my scholarship and life.
My parents both grew up on farms in south Georgia. I grew up in the suburbs just south of Atlanta. Early in my career I worked as a technical writer. More recently I worked as a researcher at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, but now I'm an Assistant Professor at ISU.
I've lived in quite a few places around the country, including Pittsburgh, PA; Washington, DC; Raleigh, NC; and New Mexico since finishing college.
Once upon a time, I was a fairly serious martial artists, but my body encouraged me to retire. I enjoy exercise, especially weight training, yoga, swimming, and riding my bike. I make quilts and love to laugh a lot. I really appreciate good and bad jokes.