Meet Kyle R. McIntosh
Assistant Professor, English
Education: 1994 Indiana University, B.A.
2004 IUPUI, M.A.
2014 Purdue University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Writing and Inquiry
Writing and Research
Academic Writing for Multilingual Students
Advanced English Grammar
Approaches to TESOL
Career Specialties: Kyle McIntosh's research focuses on second language writing, English for academic purposes, intercultural rhetoric and writing assessment.
Professional and Community Activities: McIntosh co-authored with Ulla Connor and Esen Gokpinar-Shelton the research article, "What Intercultural Rhetoric Can Bring to EAP/ESP Writing Studies in an English as a Lingua Franca World," which appeared in
Journal of English for Academic Purposes
In 2015, he co-edited with Carolina Paelez-Morales and Tony Silva a collection titled
Graduate Studies in Second Language Writing
published by Parlor Press. His work has also appeared in
Asian Journal of English Language Teaching, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies
In summer of 2017, McIntosh was an invited speaker at the Colloquium on Translingualism and Second Language Writing in Indianapolis, IN, where he gave a talk titled, “Challenges to Expertise in L2 Writing.” In spring of 2015, he presented as part of the panel, "Strangers in Strange Lands: On Teaching Faculty to Write for Publication in East and Central Asia," at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Tampa.
Honors and Awards: Mary Gitzen Memorial Excellence in Teaching Award, Oral English Proficiency Program, Purdue University, Fall 2012 – Spring 2013
Purdue Research Foundation, Graduate School Summer Research Grant, June 2012 – July 2012