Darius M. Cureton is a visiting assistant professor of writing in the HCAS Department of Communication, Media, and the Arts at Nova Southeastern University. Prior to coming to NSU, he worked for Winston-Salem State University, where he served as an English instructor, as assistant director of the (QEP) Writing in the Major Program and as interim director of The Writer’s Block – Writing Center.
Cureton holds a B.A. in English from Winston-Salem State University (NC), an M.A. in English and African-American Literature from North Carolina A&T State University, and is earning a Ph.D. in Composition and TESOL (Applied Linguistics) from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include multimodal composition and document design, and, presently, he is investigating the use and nonuse of technology in first-year writing courses at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Cureton is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English, the North Carolina English Teachers Association, the NC HBCU Writing Center Consortium and an Advisory Board Member of the HBCU Writing Symposium.