Dr. Christopher LeCluyse


Christopher LeCluyse

Associate Professor of English and Westminster College Writing Center Director
Westminster College
clecluyse@westminstercollege.edu
801.832.2417

Areas of Expertise

Academic writing, rhetoric, history of the English language, linguistics, Medieval studies, vocal performance and early music

About Dr. Christopher LeCluyse

Dr. Christopher LeCluyse completed his B.A. in voice and English at Oberlin College, graduating with highest honors before going on to earn an M.A. and Ph.D. in English at the University of Texas at Austin. In graduate school he focused on the history of the English language and linguistics while helping to administer the Undergraduate Writing Center. Before coming to Westminster, LeCluyse taught as an adjunct professor at St. Edward’s University, a lecturer in UT’s Science, Technology, and Society program, and a visiting professor at Southwesern University.

In addition to his teaching and service at Westminster, LeCluyse is currently the president of the Rocky Mountain Writing Center Association and reviews articles for Praxis: A Writing Center Journal and The Writing Lab Newsletter. He has also sung professionally with a variety of choirs and early music ensembles, joining Conspirare on the CD Threshold of Night, which was nominated in 2009 for two Grammy awards. He is the co-founder of Utopia Early Music and performs regularly as a soloist with Salt Lake-area ensembles.

Media Contacts

Krista DeAngelis and Arikka Von
801.832.2682

About Westminster

Westminster is a private, independent, and comprehensive college in Salt Lake City, Utah. Students experience the liberal arts blended with professional programs in an atmosphere dedicated to civic engagement. With the goal of enabling its graduates to live vibrant, just, and successful lives, Westminster provides transformational learning experiences for both undergraduate and graduate students in a truly student-centered environment. Faculty focus on teaching, learning, and developing distinctive, innovative programs, while students thrive on Westminster’s urban Sugar House campus within minutes of the Rocky Mountains.

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