Bre Garrett earned her Ph.D. in English, with an emphasis in Rhetoric and Composition, from Miami University in Ohio. She completed her Master's degree in English (2004) and a double Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Psychology (2001) from Appalachian State University. She joined UWF's Department of English and World Languages in 2012 as Assistant Professor and Director of Composition. She has an active research agenda in Rhetoric, Composition, and Writing Program Administration that investigates how bodies function as rhetorical materials. She has published work in The New Work of Composing and Computers and Composition. She has works-in-progress on new curricular designs, on the teaching of writing, and on how to make rhetorical knowledges more accessible. She is currently working on a book project entitled Corporeal Rhetorics: Embodied Composing and the Teaching of Writing, which examines four different case studies of embodied composing. At UWF, Bre teaches a variety of courses in rhetorical theory, composition pedagogy, and digital writing.