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Emily Dux Speltz is a Ph.D. candidate in the Applied Linguistics and Technology program. She holds a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in TESL/Applied Linguistics from ISU. Her research interests center around the applications of writing-process research to computer-assisted writing pedagogy. She currently works on the ProWrite research team and as the lab manager for PACE Lab, and she is a research assistant and co-instructor for ENGL 222X (Artificial Intelligence and Writing). Previously, she has taught ENGL/LING 120 (Computers and Language), English 150 (Critical Thinking and Communication), English 250 (Written, Oral, Visual, and Electronic Composition), and Honors 322 (a seminar about philosophy and ethics in NBC's The Good Place). She has also enjoyed working as a communication consultant and the graduate assistant director at the Writing and Media Center.