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Pearce Center for Professional Communication

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The Pearce Center for Professional Communications
Class of '41 Studio
Strode Tower
Clemson, S.C. 29634
Phone: 864-656-1520

Meet Our Staff

Michael LeMahieu Pearce Center Director: Michael LeMahieu
Email: mlemahi@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Assistant Professor, American literature and literary theory

missing image Pearce Administrative Assistant: Angie Justice
Email: ajstc@clemson.edu

Ashley Cowden Pearce Center Assistant Director
Client Based Program Director: Ashley Cowden Fisk
Email: cowden2@g.clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Senior Lecturer, Business Writing, Technical Writing and Multimodal Communications

Barbara Ramirez ‘41 Studio Director: Barbara Ramirez
Email: bjram@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Senior Lecturer, Technical Writing, Science Technology and Society and Scientific Writing

Merredith Carroll Writing Fellows Coordinator: Meredith McCarroll
Email: mmccarr@clemson.edu
Academic Areas:

Faculty Advisory Committee

Stephen Katz Pearce Professor: Steven Katz
Email: skatz@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Ethics in technical communication, nexus of rhetoric, poetry and science

David Blakesley Campbell Chair: David Blakesley
Email: dblakes@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Rhetorical theory, digital/visual rhetorics, print and digital publishing, film theory and production, information architecture, technical communication, computers and writing, content management.

Cooper Fine Cooper Fine, Lecturer in Marketing
Email: acoope2@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Principles of Marketing, New Venture Creation I, Sports Marketing and Sports Marketing Strategy
Travis Scott Travers Scott, Communication Studies Assistant Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Email: dscott3@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: health communication, disability studies and media effects.
Jullian Weise Jullian Weise, Assistant Professor, Creative Writing
Email: jweise@clemson.edu
Academic Areas: Creative writing, 20th/21st century poetry and fiction; poetic theory; disability studies; and the Latin American boom.

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