Patrice Phelan Lyke, Ph.D. | Department of English

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Patrice Phelan Lyke, Ph.D.

Principal Lecturer | Undergraduate Advisor
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Patrice Phelan Lyke specializes in the teaching of Freshman Composition, both in the traditional classroom (English 1310, 1320) and in the computer lab (English 1313, 1323), and has taught The Principles and Practice of Rhetoric (English 4170). She has had experience with teaching both American literature survey and British literature survey courses, as well as short fiction.

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