Writing and Rhetoric
UAC Courses: Writing 1010, Writing 2010
Office Location: U707
Nathan Meyer is an assistant professor of writing and rhetoric at the University of Utah Asia Campus. He earned his BA and MA from California State Universities, teaching certificates from Cambridge, Harvard, and Duke, and his international education includes extensive language studies throughout Europe and Latin America. Before joining the University of Utah, he was a lecturer and course developer for universities in the United States, China, and Europe. From 2014-17 he was a US State Dept. English Language Fellow in Serbia and Moldova where he was a university lecturer, curriculum developer, and teacher trainer. His work in cultural affairs included founding a NGO promoting post-conflict resolution through literary arts in former Yugoslavia and citizen diplomacy projects throughout the Balkans and Eastern Europe. In continuing collaborations with the State Dept., he has built media literacy programs in Ukraine, lead university curriculum and instruction training sessions in Turkey, and developed nation-wide teacher training programs in Serbia, Slovakia, and Moldova. His current research interests include hybrid course design, pedagogies based in sports science, and narrative-based learning.