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About Bryan Bardine

Dr. Bardine continues to serve in a variety of ways in the English Department. He is a member of several committees, including the Composition Committee, Graduate Committee, and he chairs the Teaching Track Working Group. He continues to serve as the Coordinator of Teaching Assistant Training, a job he thoroughly enjoys. He has recently presented papers at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, the Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts Conference, and the College English Association of Ohio conference. He also is a member of the Executive Board of the College English Association of Ohio.

Since joining the faculty in 2001, much of his research has examined student attitudes toward writing instruction, particularly response to writing, as well as developing community in the writing classroom. Dr. Bardine's research focus also concerns the writing process, particularly the role teachers play in helping their students revise their writing. He received a grant to redesign his Honors Writing Course: Heavy Metal Music: Its History and Culture. The course examines the culture of Heavy Metal music through the lenses of Religion (Islam in particular), Sociology, and History.


2001 Present Associate Professor, University of Dayton Department of English
Present Director of Teaching Assistant Training, University of Dayton Department of English


2001 Ph.D., Kent State University - Kent Campus ‐ Education
1993 M.A., University of Dayton ‐ English
1990 B.A., University of Dayton ‐ English, Communication

Contact Information

Location: HM 275
Phone: 937-229-3421


Articles (10)

Book chapters (1)

Conference papers (1)

Other (1)