University of Minnesota
center for writing

Jasmine K. Tang

I work as Co-Director of the Center for Writing and the Minnesota Writing Project. I am also Affiliate Graduate Faculty in Literacy and Rhetorical Studies. Previously, I worked as Postdoctoral Associate and Writing Initiative Coordinator with the U of M's award-winning Community of Scholars Program. I am also an alumna of the U of M, having received my PhD in American Studies.

My publications include articles in Writing Center Journal (2015, 2023), Praxis (2019, 2022), Learning from the Lived Experiences of Graduate Student Writers (2021), and WPA: Writing Program Administration (2016). I had the honor of receiving the International Writing Centers Association's Outstanding Article Award in 2023. Current projects include an edited collection on writing center supervisory practice, in collaboration with Rachel Azima, Katie Levin, and Meredith Steck. I am a former board member of the Midwest Writing Centers Association (2010-13) and had the privilege of being a leader at the IWCA Summer Institute (2022). I also try to enact my pedagogical commitments through my work as the dramaturg for Aniccha Arts (e.g., Census, Parking Ramp Project, and Prairie|Concrete).
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