Elizabeth Burrows is a Distinguished Senior Lecturer in the Department of English & Philosophy at Auburn University at Montgomery. Her primary research interests are the rhetoric of popular culture, writing program administration, pedagogy, and online instruction. She teaches in the Honors program and University Success in addition to her composition courses and literature surveys. Ms. Burrows went to Auburn University as an undergraduate where she was a Senior Honors Scholar as well as a DJ and Station Manager at the campus radio station; she also graduated with a Master’s degree in English at Auburn before working as a full-time research assistant. As of 2022, she has been teaching college courses for over 15 years. On a personal note, Ms. Burrows is a New Jersey native; she also has three dogs: a pitbull named Night Fury, a Caribbean potcake named Snitch, and a half-husky/half-pitbull named Harley Quinn.