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Sarah R. Fish earned her doctorate concentrating on Rhetoric and Composition from University of Houston, where her research and teaching interests gravitated toward federal and state legislation connected to higher education and the impact on teaching and learning environments. And in Texas that connection was more apparent with legislation about in-state rates for credit hours, syllabi content, and content delivery options (like the co-requisite model). Missing from many of these elements were conversations with students, so she's been spending more time listening and recording what students offer for teaching advice and finding ways to share it with as many people as possible.  She's currently in her sixth year as Professor of English as Collin College in North Texas.