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Dr. Mirta Ramirez-Espinola
Faculty, College of Education
Mirta Ramirez-Espinola has lived all over Texas. She has taught for 15 years in elementary, middle and high school settings and has held administrative and support roles in public education for five years, including reading specialist, English Department chair, lead teacher, instructional specialist and curriculum specialist.

Dr. Ramirez-Espinola holds a BA from the University of Texas-Pan American, an MEd from the University of Texas at San Antonio, a graduate Principal-Administrative Certificate from West Texas A&M University and a doctorate from Trident University. Currently, she is pursuing a graduate English degree from the University of Texas Perm Basin.

Ramirez-Espinola has worked in research and as an online instructor and a face-to-face instructor at various higher education institutions, including Grand Canyon University, the University of Texas at San Antonio, PBS Teacherline, Ohio Christian University, Ashford University, Indiana Wesleyan University, South Wesleyan University, the University of Arizona and South Texas College. She is very passionate about what she does and is pleased to be part of Grand Canyon University.


Dr. Mirta Ramirez-Espinola Publications:

Ramirez-Espinola, M. (2022). A Pen, A Pencil, or a Keyboard: Writing Center Tutors’ Perceptions. Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, 11(3), 1.

Ramirez-Espinola, M. (2018). Tutors' Perceptions of an Online Writing Consultation Center. Doctoral dissertation, Trident University International.

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