Tiffany DeRewal

Tiffany DeRewal

Tiffany DeRewal
Senior Lecturer

Tiffany DeRewal
Writing Arts

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B.A. Messiah College

M.A. Villanova University

Ph.D. Temple University

Tiffany DeRewal teaches courses in the First-Year Writing program, the Technical & Professional Writing concentration, and the Health and Science Communication program, as well as courses for the Martinson Honors College. In her writing and teaching, she focuses on digital information literacy, student research practices, media literacy, and rhetorics of science, technology, and medicine. Her research background is in early American literature and culture and the rise of institutionalized medicine.


Honors College Composition I & II; College Composition II; Intro to Tech Writing; Honors Intro to Tech Writing; Medical Writing & Rhetoric

Research Interests

digital information literacy; student research practices; writing in the disciplines; rhetorics of technology and medicine; media studies


"Developing Critical AI Literacy: Understanding - and Interrogating - Today’s Generative AI Technologies." WE LEAD (Women in Education Leadership) Conference, Rowan University, July 2023.

"Generative AI: An Overview," Presented with Leslie Allison, PWPA Spring Conference, Neumann University, May 2023. "An Equity and Justice-Oriented Approach to FYW for Computer Science Cohorts," Presented with Jude Miller, PWPA Spring Conference, Jefferson University, April 2022.

“Cultivating Information Literacy in a Time of Crisis,” Presented with Nicole Cesare & Jaclyn Partyka, PWPA Spring Conference, Remote, April 2021.

“Liberty, Slavery, Anatomy: Raising the Dead in Revolutionary America,” Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine’s Medical Humanities Series, Stratford, NJ, 2019-2022.

DeRewal, T. (2014). “The Resurrection and the Knife: Protestant Cadavers and the Rise of American Medicine.” Literature and Medicine 32(2), 388-418.