Daniel Ruefman is a professor of rhetoric and writing in the Department of English, Philosophy, and Communication Studies. He teaches courses in first-year composition, technical & professional communication, science writing, creative writing, and qualitative research.
A widely published writer of poetry and prose, Daniel's creative works have been featured in more than 100 periodicals, including the Barely South Review, Burningword, Chapter House Journal, FLARE: The Flagler Review, The Hamilton Stone Review, Red Earth Review, Rockvale Review, and Thin Air Magazine, among others. He is the author of several books, some of which have been featured on Wisconsin Public Radio.
In addition to his interest in creative writing, Daniel is an award-winning qualitative researcher, with interests in rhetoric, writing pedagogies, and trauma writing.