Elizabeth Imafuji teaches first-year writing and a variety of courses on writing and language, including Composing Arguments, History of the English Language, English Grammar and Style, and the Honors Program course Journeys and Migrations in the Western Tradition.

As Writing Program Director, she provides leadership for the university’s first-year writing sequence. She also co-directs the university’s Honors Program.

In addition to teaching, Dr. Imafuji researches writing and rhetoric. Recently she has presented her work at national conferences including those of the College Composition and Communication, College English Association, and the Council of Writing Program Administrators. In 2017 she was awarded a fully-funded spot on the Council for Independent Colleges seminar “The Verbal Art of Plato,” hosted by the Center for Hellenic Studies. She also serves on the executive board of the Indiana College English Association.

Dr. Imafuji holds a Ph.D. in English with a concentration in Rhetoric and Composition from Ball State University, and an M.A. in English specializing in Teaching English as a Second Language from Purdue University. She joined the AU faculty in 2005.