Stacie Covington


Full-Time Faculty


Email: Stacie Covington
Phone: 937-229-3406

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Stacie Covington received her B.A. and M.A. degrees in English from the University of Dayton where she first began her teaching career as a graduate teaching assistant. Upon completing her M.A., she continued to teach at UD as an adjunct instructor while teaching additional courses at Sinclair Community College and online through Southern New Hampshire University. Now, she teaches undergraduate courses in composition as a lecturer in the English Department.

Faculty Perspective

From the moment I stepped onto campus as a first-year undergraduate student, I knew that the University of Dayton would always be my second home. I have loved the educational and professional opportunities I have had here at UD and am so excited to continue my time at the university in the role of lecturer.


  • Master of Arts in English (Writing), University of Dayton, 2016
  • Bachelor of Arts in English, University of Dayton, 2014 

Courses Taught

  • ENG 200: Writing Seminar II (Theme: From Hogwarts to Humanities)
  • ENG 200H: Honors Writing Seminar (Theme: From Hogwarts to the Humanities
  • ENG 100: Writing Seminar I

Research Interests

  • Writing Center Theory
  • Peer-to-Peer Feedback
  • Digital Composition
  • Popular Culture as an Educational Tool

Selected Publications and Presentations


"ELL Writers and Grammar: Directive Feedback in Peer-to-Peer Models," Ohio Journal of English Language Arts, 2015.


Presenter, "'Our most inexhaustible source of magic': Teaching Writing Skills with Harry Potter," PCA/ACA National Conference, Indianapolis, 2018.

Presenter, "Student, Tutor, Teacher: Negotiating the Roles and Responsibilities of Graduate Teaching Assistants," ECWCA Conference, Columbus, 2018.

Co-Presenter, "Harry Potter: Leading Through Support," UD Fall Leadership Conference, Dayton, 201.

Panelist, "Exposing Students to New Forms of Writing: Multimodal Classroom Assignments and Their Impacts on Writing Center Preparedness," ECWCA Conference, Mount Union, 2016.

Panelist, "Popular Culture in College Composition Courses," PCA/ACA National Conference, Seattle, 2016.