Megan Poole

Assistant Professor of English



Dr. Poole joined the faculty in 2020 after earning her BA from McNeese State University, MA from Texas Christian University, and PhD in English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition from Penn State University. Her interdisciplinary research and teaching centers on rhetorical theory, science studies, and technical writing, particularly focusing on how the biology of sensation informs and shapes theories of rhetoric.

Her current book project examines feminist epistemologies in the biological sciences that resist traditional reason-based approaches to scientific knowledge making. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Journal of Communication, Journal for the History of Rhetoric, and Quarterly Journal of Speech, among other venues.


Rhetorics of Science

Technical Writing

Rhetorical Theory


ENGL 303 | Science and Technical Writing

ENGL 310 | Introduction to Public and Professional Writing

ENGL 407 | Writing for Social Change