Tucker Hall Room #417
Tuesdays/Thursdays • 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (students)
Wednesdays • 11:00 am - 2:00 pm (faculty)
ENC 2300-005 | Improving Writing Competency • Tue. Thu. — 9:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
ENC 3243-003 | Technical Writing • Tue. Thu. — 12:30 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Kendra L. Mitchell, Ph.D., is director of composition and assistant professor of English
at Florida A&M University, where she has taught composition, literature, and historical
linguistics. She serves as a newly elected Executive Commit-tee member for the National
Council for Teachers of English (NCTE) and was also appointed to the NCTE Committee
for Change, a social justice-driven committee.
Her writing center scholarship can be found in the Writing Center Journal, Prax-is
Journal, and several book collections. Her current scholarship includes mapping geospatial, social, and multimodal cir-culation
of Black identities and culture at/as HBCUs found in her forthcoming co-edited special
issue in the Journal of Mul-timodal Rhetorics, Transdisciplinarity @HBCUs: (Re)Writing
Black Futures beyond the Margins, and her forthcoming HBCU writing center co-edited
collection, Makin’ A Way Outta No Way: HBCUs, Writing Centers, & Antiracism.
- Historical Linguistics
- Florida State University • 2016
Ph.D. in English (Rhetoric & Composition Studies)
- Florida State University • 2012
M.A. in English (Rhetoric & Composition Studies)
- Florida A&M University • 2006
B.A. in English Literature
- Assistant Professor • Present
Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL
Kendra L. Mitchell, Ph.D. served as a cultural ambassador to South Africa in 2016
as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant where she was a guest lecturer in the Faculty
of Education at the University of Pretoria Groenkloof Campus. She also serves as a
U.S. Student Fulbright Advisor, co-chair of the University's Common Read Selection
Committee, and other campus programs centered around student success and literacy.
- ENC 2300-005 | Improving Writing Competency
- ENC 3243-003 | Technical Writing