Bryna Siegel FinerProfessor of English

Undergraduate Writing Director

Office: 506-X Leonard Hall
Twitter: brynasf_edu
Personal Website


PhD, Composition and Rhetoric, University of Rhode Island
EdM, English Education, Teachers College Columbia University
MFA, Poetry, Sarah Lawrence College
BA, English and Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh

Academic Interests

Writing Across the Curriculum, Rhetorics of Health and Medicine, Writing Teacher Education, First-Year Writing, Developmental/Basic Writing


Bryna Siegel Finer primarily teaches Liberal Studies English courses. She is a regular presenter at the Conference on College Composition and Communication; her published work has appeared in Rhetoric Review, Teaching Writing in the Two-Year College, Praxis, Composition Studies, and the Journal of Teaching Writing, among others. Her first co-edited collection, Writing Program Architecture: Thirty Cases for Reference and Research, was published by Utah State UP in 2017. Her second co-edited collection, Women's Health Advocacy: Rhetorical Ingenuity for the 21st Century, was published by Routledge in 2019.