Environment, Green Tech, and Sustainability
University Writing Program (UWP)
Laurie Glover combines her work teaching writing for the UWP with interdisciplinary projects in the sciences, social sciences, and engineering. For the UWP, she has taught advanced composition, legal writing, environmental writing, and writing in the health sciences, and she led the Sydney Quarter Abroad Internship & Writing Program for three years. Her work as a writer appears in a wide variety of venues and is largely focused on place: the relocated cemetery of the drowned town of Monticello, the former grounds of Napa State Mental Hospital, the LA River. She is co-author of On The Road: California, a travel guide to California with narrative interruptions (she wrote the interruptions), and editor and contributor of Naming Mt. Thoreau, arising from summiting an un-named mountain in the Eastern Sierra.