Megan Mize
Old Dominion University

Megan Mize

Megan Mize is currently a Doctoral Candidate in English Studies at Old Dominion University, pursuing the Literary/Cultural Studies and Rhetoric concentrations. Her dissertation, Constructing an Early Modern Queen: Gender, Authority, and the Rhetoric of Identity, explores the intersection of gender and pedagogical histories which lead to the use of mimicry as a rhetorical strategy for marginalized figures during the sixteenth century.

Currently, she works as the ePortfolio Training and Support Coordinator for Center for High Impact Practices, focusing on faculty professional development in regards to critically incorporating digital tools into course and curricular design. For more information, please visit her site: https://fs.wp.odu.edu/mmize/