Eloise Stewart

Eloise Stewart

Adjunct Instructor, Writing Program
Department of Literature, Languages, Writing, and Humanities



  • Composition I
  • Rhetoric and Inquiry
  • Composition II
  • Research and Argument


  • Composition, Research, and Writing
  • Cultural Studies


  • BA, University of Arkansas
  • MA, Hampton University
  • EdD, Walden University

Academic Profile

Dr. Eloise Marks-Stewart has worked as an educator, department leader, and supervisor across all grade levels prior to higher education. She earned her Doctor of Education Degree in Teacher Leadership with an emphasis on English Composition and Curriculum Development, a master’s degree in Education Administration and Supervision, and a bachelor’s degree in Special Education and English Literature. Dr. Stewart has done extensive research in teaching reading and writing to diverse learners while also mentoring doctoral students’ research. Additionally, Dr. Stewart has presented workshops and published articles in educational journals on the use of multisensory strategies to support literacy development. In 2011, she was selected as 1 of 17 educators in the United States to receive the ‘Educator of Honor Recognition’ by Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society in Education. In her spare time, Dr. Stewart enjoys traveling and writing. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,

Inc., Pi Theta Omega Chapter, where she participates in numerous activities that promote service to mankind. Dr. Stewart believes teaching at an institution of higher learning comes with an extraordinary fringe benefit because we have a chance to change people’s lives and that is a tremendous privilege.

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