Instructor

Jeremy S. Chambers, Ph.D.

First Year Writing Program

E-mail:
jeremy.chambers@tuj.temple.edu

Areas of Expertise

Jeremy Chambers specializes in academic writing for both native English speakers as well as secondary language speakers.

Teaching Interests

Jeremy Chambers teaches courses based on modeling and argumentative writing, with topics ranging from impact of the internet/anonymity on communication, influence of culture/language, and how the mind can be manipulated by external/internal factors.

Research

Jeremy Chambers’ research has been focused on communication, both written and spoken, and material/course development. Recent projects have included analysis of student support needs in writing classes, expectations across departments on what students can produce in their writings, insight into pronunciation patterns in English, and material development aimed at more fluent non-native English speaking.

Representative Publications

Presentations

Research – Peer Review

Research – Non-Peer Review

Education

2014
Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, University of Phoenix
2009
M.A.Ed. in Curriculum Development and Instruction with a Specialization in ESL Education, University of Phoenix
2007
B.A. in Education, Siena Heights University
2006
A.A. in General Studies, St. Clair Community College

Previous Appointments

Professional Associations