Scott DeLoach – Albright College

Scott DeLoach

Scott DeLoach

Lecturer of English

Ph.D. (Composition & Applied Linguistics) – Indiana University of Pennsylvania

M.A. (English) – Humboldt State University

B.A. (English) – CSU Channel Islands


Scott DeLoach has been teaching college writing since 2012. Originally from California, Scott earned his doctorate in Composition and Applied Linguistics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2021. In addition to composition studies, Scott’s teaching is also informed by genre theory as well as the intersection of writing courses and campus writing centers. Scott has overseen the development of embedded tutoring programs at the community college and university levels. His research explores how first-year students are influenced academically and personally by current composition pedagogy.

Areas of Expertise

  • First-year composition
  • Writing center studies
  • First-generation college students
  • Genre theory


“Locating the Center: Exploring the Roles of In-Class Tutors in First-Year Composition Classrooms” – Praxis: A Writing Center Journal 12.1 (2014)

“A Victory, A Trial, or Something More Complex” – Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics, Special Issue, Summer 2022 (forthcoming).