Division of Engineering Education
Urbauer Hall, Room 104
EducationPhD, English and American Literature, Washington University in St. Louis, 1996
MA, English and American Literature, Washington University in St. Louis, 1989
BS, Psychology, University of Evansville, 1987
BS, English Literature, University of Evansville, 1987
Amplifying diversity, equity, and inclusion as a cornerstone of all that I teach
Lynnea Brumbaugh's strong interest in the "soft" skills of professional life, centering on interpersonal communication and personality integration, have led to the development of her Leadership and Teambuilding course.
As a teacher, she creates communities of learning that increase emotional and kinesthetic intelligence in the service of cognitive and professional development.
With a PhD in English and ten years of teaching Management Communications in the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis, Lynnea Brumbaugh brings to her Technical Writing courses a strong emphasis on precision, clarity and presentation of technical material.
In her work in Engineering Communications Center, she specializes in resume and cover letter consultations as well as dissertations and faculty and graduate articles. She also leads workshops on presentation skills, gender in the workplace and creativity.