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Daniel D. Ding, PhD, is a professor of English teaching technical communication, composition, business communication, and advanced scientific writing. His research interests include multiculturalism in communication, international technical communication, rhetoric and history of scientific and technical communication, and comparative communication. He publishes in these areas. In addition, he also conducts seminars on technical communication and writing theories abroad. In 2008, he taught technical communication for a semester in China’s Zhengzhou University on his Sabbatical leave. In 2013, as a senior Fulbright lecturer, he taught technical writing, composition, and intercultural communication courses at University of Debrecen, Hungary.
Ph.D. Illinois State University
M.A. California State University
B.A. Shanghai Institute of Foreign Languages
Employed at Ferris since:1998