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 McDuffie, Norma   Name: Norma McDuffie
Title: Instructor of English; Director, CHAMPS/Life Skills Program for the Winthrop University Athletics Department
Education:
M.A., Wake Forest University
B.A., Wake Forest University
Developmental Education Specialist, Kellogg Institute, Appalachian State University
Office: 221 Bancroft Hall  
Phone: 803/323-4631
E-mail: mcduffien@winthrop.edu  
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Area(s):
Composition, Business, and Technical Writing
Professor McDuffie, instructor of English, received her undergraduate and M.A. degrees in English from Wake Forest University. She earned certification as a Developmental Education Specialist from the Kellogg Institute at Appalachian State University. McDuffie primarily teaches courses in business and technical communication, critical reading, thinking, and writing, composition, and "Introduction to Literary Genres."

McDuffie has presented papers on the literature of Toni Morrison at national and regional conferences. She has been a member of the College English Association, the Philological Association of the Carolinas, the South Carolina Association of Developmental Educators, and the National Association of Developmental Educators. She also directs the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program for the Winthrop University Athletics Department.
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