• William Magrino
  • William Magrino
  • Associate Teaching Professor
  • At Rutgers Since: 2001
  • Phone Number: 848-932-9273
  • Office: Loree 006 Cook/Douglass Campus
  • Office Hours: Monday and Thursday 10:00am-11:00am or by appointment
  • Books:
    • Coauthor with Michael Goeller and Nicole Reda. Business and Professional Writing: From Problem to Proposal. Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2009-2018.
    • Coauthor with Michael Goeller and Nicole Reda. Scientific and Technical Writing: From Problem to Proposal. Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2009-2018.
  • Education:
    • Doctor of Philosophy, English December, 2012
      Literature and Criticism Concentration
      Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Pennsylvania
    • Master of Arts, English June, 1996
      Literature Concentration
      The College of Staten Island, Staten Island, New York
    • Bachelor of Arts, Theatre May, 1993
      Minor Concentration: Political Science
      The State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York
  • Courses Taught:
    • Collaborative Writing Practices
    • Exposition and Argument
    • Business Writing Essentials
    • Expository Writing
    • Science Writing
    • Scientific and Technical Writing
    • Writing for Business and Professions
    • Writing Internship
  • Membership Affiliations:

    International Raymond Carver Society, Charter Member

  • Publications:
    • Coauthor with Peter Sorrell. “The Kids Aren’t Alright: Teaching the Personal and the Professional of Social Media” Interdisciplinary Humanities (36.1), 7-22, Humanities Education and Research Association.  2020.
    • “’Is That Donald Trump’s Car?': On the Trail of the Original American Psycho,” In Trump Fiction, Stephen Hock, Editor. Lexington Books, 2019.
    • “The Six P’s: The Importance of Real-World Significance in Professional Writing.” Guest Blog. Kendall Hunt Website, 2017.
    • "Valerie Solanas: SCUM Manifesto” In The Literary Encyclopedia, 2017.
    • Coauthor with Peter Sorrell. “Professionalizing the Amateur: The Value of the Graduate
      Assistant in the Professional Writing Classroom” Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education (3.1), 76-94, Center for Excellence in Education – Arkansas State University. 2014.
    • Coauthor with Peter Sorrell. “Teaching the New Paradigm: Social Media Inside and Outside
      the Classroom” Writing & Pedagogy (5.2), 357-373, Equinox Publishing. 2013.
    • “John Barclay: Argenis” In The Literary Encyclopedia, 2009.
    • “Judith Man: An Epitome of the History of Faire Argenis and Polyarchus” In The Literary
      Encyclopedia, 2009.
    • “Sample Assignments and Assignment Sequences” In Teaching the New Humanities Reader,
      Third Edition, Tisha Bender and Michael Goeller, Editors, Houghton Mifflin, 2008.
    • “American Voyeurism: Why Does Raymond Carver Want Us to Watch?” In New Paths to
      Raymond Carver: Critical Essays on His Life, Fiction, and Poetry, Sandra Lee Kleppe and Robert Miltner, Editors. University of South Carolina Press, 2008.