The School of Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication (WRTC) is a community of exceptional faculty, dedicated staff, talented students and energetic alumni in one of the only stand-alone schools dedicated to the art and science of communication across a variety of modes and genres.

  • Feb 8 JMULandscape Welcome Mollie Stambler, Ph.D.

    Mollie Stambler, Ph.D., has completed a variety of different projects from historical archival research to usability testing/UX to surveys and interviews.

  • Jan 31 Wilson Evening ALR Lead image The Heart of Administrative Service

    Sandra Purington, Senior Administrative Assistant in the School of Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication (WRTC), is a vital part of the administration in our college.

  • Jan 31 Snowy Wilson ALR Lead image Writing the Headlines

    Senior Grant Johnson (‘24) has become adept at time-management skills while at JMU — if only to ensure he finds campus parking. The editor-in-chief of The Breeze, he interned with The Washington Post last summer.

  • Jan 31 Wilson Hall aerial featureimage Teaching Rhetoric and Cultural Awareness

    Ja’La Wourman creates classrooms to help students share and explore freely as they develop frameworks for writing and communication that honor their identities, backgrounds and cultures.

  • Dec 8 Kelly Davidhizar ISAT alum applies biotech skills to defense intelligence career

    Kelly Davidhizar's career spans the globe thanks to the diverse skill set she learned in ISAT.


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