Ph.D., in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Purdue University
M.A., English and American Literature, Marquette University
B.A., English and Political Science, St. Norbert College
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Amy Ferdinandt Stolley’s research focuses on writing program administration theory, composition pedagogy, and women’s rhetoric. She has published in WPA: Writing Program Administration, and her book GenAdmin: Theorizing WPA Identities in the Twenty-First Century, co-authored with Colin Charlton, Jonikka Charlton, Tarez Samra Graban, and Kathleen J. Ryan (Parlor Press, 2011), received the Council of Writing Program Administrator’s Best Book Award in 2014. She is currently working on a book-length rhetorical study of Mother Catherine McAuley, who founded the Catholic religious community, the Sisters of Mercy, in Dublin, Ireland.
At GVSU, she teaches first-year writing and style courses. She also serves as the director of first-year writing.