From left to right: Estee N. Beck, Kristine L. Blair, Mariana C. Grohowski
Estee N. Beck is an assistant professor of English at The University of Texas at Arlington where she teaches technical/professional writing and digital humanities courses in the Department of English. Her research explores the intersections of computer algorithms, surveillance, and privacy.
Kristine L. Blair is Professor of English at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, where she teaches courses in digital rhetoric and scholarly publication in the Rhetoric and Writing doctoral program. The author of numerous publications on gender and technology, online learning, and the politics of technological literacy, Blair serves as editor of both Computers and Composition and Computers and Composition Online.
Mariana C. Grohowski is Assistant Professor of Humanities at Massachusetts Maritime Academy where she teaches undergraduate courses in academic, technical, and business writing. She received her PhD in Rhetoric and Writing at Bowling Green State University in 2015 and her M.S. in Rhetoric and Technical Writing from Michigan Technological University.