Dr. Gray's research interests include visual rhetoric, digital rhetoric, and technical communication pedagogy and practice. She currently serves as the coordinator for ENGL 2311: Introduction to Technical Writing and recently co-authored the ENGL 2311 textbook, Guide to Technical Communication (2021).
Gray, K., & Holmes, S. (forthcoming). Critical text mining: Ethical paradigms for determining emoji frequency in #blacklivesmatter. In M. Faris & S. Holmes (Eds.), Re- Programmable rhetoric: Critical making theories and methods in rhetoric and composition. Utah State University Press.
Gray, K., & Holmes, S. (2021). Guide to Technical Communication. McGraw-Hill.
Gray, K., & Holmes, S. (2020). Tracing ecologies of code literacy and constraint in emojis as multimodal public pedagogy. Computers and Composition, 55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compcom.2020.102552
Grants & Awards
MassMine Advancement Grant for Sustainable Humanities Data-driven Research. (2019-2022). NEH Digital Humanities Advancement Grant. Role: Co-PI. Award: $325,000.
Assistant Professor of Practice
Technical Communication & Rhetoric