Brian Ernst

Lecturer

Office Hours

By Zoom Appointment

Office Location

South Hall 1401

Specialization

Brian Ernst teaches Writing 1, 2, 105CD, 105R, 107B, and 157B. His research interests include rhetorical code studies and narrative design in interactive media. He is also an editor for Starting Lines, a contributor to the CCCC Wikipedia Initiative, a member of the Collaborative Writing Placement Program, a mentor in the Raab Writing Fellows Program, Co-Director of the Professional Writing Minor Business Communication Track, and Faculty Liaison with the SASC Undergraduate Advisor. Dr. Ernst completed his Ph.D. in Modern European History from UC Santa Barbara in 2014 (while assisting the Writing Program as a TA during those graduate years) and previously served as the Undergraduate Advisor for the Department of English before returning to the Writing Program as a faculty member in 2018.

Education

Ph.D. - History, University of California, Santa Barbara

M.A. - History, California State University, Long Beach

B.A. - History, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

Publications

"The Twine Project: Engaging Metacognition and Remediation with Digital Narrative," Writing Spaces, Activites & Assignments Archive, September 2022.

Courses

Writing 1, 2, 105CD, 105R, 107B, and 157B.