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Sue Sipple, PhD

 

Sue Sipple, PhD

Associate Professor, English and Communications;
Raymond Walters College


Sue Sipple is an associate professor of English at UC Raymond Walters College where she teaches literature, composition, and developmental writing. She is a 27-year teaching veteran who has taught at two-year open-access colleges, four-year liberal arts colleges, and major state universities. Sipple's scholarship includes several classroom-based research studies on the use of audio-recorded instructor feedback on student writing in both developmental and college-level composition classes. Her work in this area has culminated in a co-authored academic website, as well as publications in The Journal of Developmental Education and Academic Commons. In addition, her work on audio commentary has earned her awards from both the National Association for Developmental Education and the Ohio Association for Developmental Education. Most recently, Sue earned the 2010 A.B. “Dolly” Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching.