WR 512: Contemporary Composition Theory
WR 462/582: Environmental Writing
WR 420/520: Style & The Sentence
WR 411/511: The Teaching of Writing
WR 303: Writing for the Web
WR 121: English Composition
WR 517: WR 121 Teaching Practicum
WR 599: WR 222 Teaching Practicum
WR 599: Dissertation Writing
Tim Jensen researches and teaches rhetorical theory, environmental communication, and composition pedagogy. His book, Ecologies of Guilt in Environmental Rhetorics (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), argues that the anemic response to ecological upheaval is due, in part, to our inability to navigate novel forms of environmental guilt. The book illuminates how environmental guilt is provoked, perpetuated, and framed through everyday discourse, and looks to a future where guilt—and its symbiotic relationships with anger, shame, and grief—is shaped in tune with the ecologies that sustain us.
As Director of Writing, he oversees foundational writing courses at OSU and mentors Graduate Teaching Assistants in developing their pedagogical skills. Alongside his academic research, he is actively involved in wild salmon advocacy and other ecological restoration projects. He hopes to one day grow up on a farm.
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