Transnational Literacy, migration studies, Asian American rhetoric, intersectionality, dialogic semiotics, Writing Studies
B.A. in English (specialization in Linguistics and TEFL), National Taiwan Normal University
M.A. in English (specialization in Applied English Linguistics), University of Wisconsin-Madison
Scholarship Program for College Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences to Study Abroad-Ministry of Education, Taiwan
Awards and Honors
Rhetoric Program Award for Excellence in Writing Instruction (Graduate Student category) (2021-2022)-University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Graduate Academic Achievement (2017)-University of Wisconsin-Madison
Academic Excellence Award (Dean's List ) (2011) & (2013)-National Taiwan Normal University
Outstanding Student Award (2011) & (2012)-National Taiwan Normal University
RHET 105: Writing and Research (Instructor)
RHET 233: Advanced Composition and Rhetoric (Instructor): Theme: Object Ethnography
Liu, M. H. N. (2022). First-Year-Composition Writing Conferences as a Pathway for Becoming Graduate Teaching Assistants. Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, 11(1), 6.
Liu, M. H. N. (2021). A Case study of using we for speaker affiliation in a first-year-composition writing conference talk. Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle, 31(1), 58-77.
MLA Grads Blog. GRADUATE STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE FALL. August, 2020. Retrieved from https://mlagrads.mla.hcommons.org/2020/08/