Stephen Quigley

  • Teaching Associate Professor

Stephen's Affiliations: Homewood CEC, Pitt Cyber, Remake Learning, STEM Coding Lab

Stephen J. Quigley is a 2023-2024 David Mascaro Faculty Lecturer in Sustainability. In addition to craft theory and design, his research interests include digital rhetoric and "basic coding." He earned his PhD in Rhetorics, Communication, and Information Design from Clemson University and teaches in the Digital Narrative and Interactive Design (DNID) Program at the University of Pittsburgh. His courses include technical communications, digital composing, integrating writing and design, digital narrative and interactive design, project-based design courses, and usability studies. He designed Open Fuego web tools to help educators and students integrate code into their classroom activities. His tools and pedagogy feature prominently in a 2023 National Science Foundation (NSF) Computer Science for All (CSforALL) Grant. He is a Pitt Cyber affiliate scholar and serves on the Senate Computing Committee. His research has been published in Kairos: Journal of Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy; Reflections: A Journal of Community Engaged Writing and Rhetoric; Computers and Composition Online; Textshop Experiments; The Writer's Chronicle; and New Writing.