Tiffany Lynn Wong
  • Pronouns she, her, her, hers, herself
  • Title
    • Writing Program Continuing Lecturer
    • Rachel Carson College Lecturer
  • Division Humanities Division
  • Department
    • Writing Program
    • Rachel Carson College
  • Affiliations Porter College, Crown College, Cantu GLBTI Resource Center, Digital Arts and New Media
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Kresge College Academic Building, Office 216
    • & via Zoom
  • Office Hours Fall 2022: MWF 10:00-11:00am by appointment. Please email instructor for alternative meeting days/times if these do not work for you.
  • Mail Stop Kresge College
  • Mailing Address
    • 1156 High Street C/O Writing Program
    • Santa Cruz CA 95076
  • Faculty Areas of Expertise Writing; Technical Writing, Science Writing; Art; Art Criticism; Art Theory; Artificial Intelligence; Asian American Pacific Islander History; Contemplative Studies; Creativity; Science and Technology
  • Courses Writing 25: Writing about Place; Writing 26: Writing about Language; Writing 1 & 1E: Introduction to Composition; Writing 2: Mindfulness of the Creative Experience (Spring 2022); Writing 2: Writing on the Asian Diaspora; Crown 80A: Ethical Issues in Emerging Technologies; Crown 80B (Honors): Ethical Issues in Emerging Technologies; Crown 80K: Science, Technology, and Human Biology; Porter 80A: Writing Across the Arts; Rachel Carson College 1: Reading on Environment and Social Justice

Summary of Expertise

Poetry, Non-Fiction Humor, Avant-garde Feminist Literature in the Post-Colonial Context, Ethical Issues in Emerging Technologies, Theories of the Creative Experience, Contemporary Writers & Artists of the Asian Diaspora

Research Interests

Mindfulness-Based Education & Training, Compassion Curriculum for Secular Learning Environments, Digital Arts & New Media as a Platform for Discussion of the Body Politic

Biography, Education and Training

M.F.A., Digital Arts and New Media, University of Califorina Santa Cruz

B.A., Writing and Visual Arts, Sarah Lawerence Collge


Cert., Stanford Univerity Cultivatving Compassion Training (CCT) Teacher

Honors, Awards and Grants

Global Classrooms Travel Grant, Virtual Exchange/Collaborative Online Learning, UCSC Gloabal Engagement, 2022-2025

Online Course Development Grant for Writing 2, UCSC Online Education $4,000

Full-Tutition Scholarship, Standford University developed Cultivating Compassion Teacher Training, 2020-2021

Hemera Contemplative Fellow, 2019-2021

Springboard Grant Recipiant, UCSC Office of Research, Industry Alliances & Technology Commercialization (IATC), 2019-2021

Online Course Development Grant for Writing 1, UCSC Online Education, 2020

Unit-18 Grant Recipiant, Faculty Professional Development Award, 2018-2019

The OP-ED Project: Public Voices Fellow, 2017






Teaching Interests

Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies