MT Engage Staff
Julie Myatt, Director
Dr. Myatt will lead the MT Engage program through its completion as the University’s
Quality Enhancement Plan in 2022. She has taught MT Engage-designated courses since
the pilot semester in Spring 2016, served as faculty representative for the College
of Liberal Arts on the MT Engage Oversight Committee and on the ePortfolio Scholarship
Review Committee, and presented at the MT Engage Summer Institute. Dr. Myatt earned her master’s in English at Tennessee Technological University and
her PhD in Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Louisville, where she was
Assistant Director of Composition.
Myatt joined the MTSU Department of English in 2008 and has served as Co-Director
of General Education English, Coordinator of Graduate Teaching Assistants in English,
and organizer of the Peck Research on Writing Symposium. She is the immediate past
Co-President of the Midsouth Council of Writing Program Administrators and an author,
conference presenter, and workshop leader about rhetoric and composition studies and
Lexy Denton, Assistant Director
Lexy Denton earned her master's and bachelor's degrees in business administration
from MTSU. She worked as the assistant to the QEP committee chair during the development
of MT Engage and as part of the QEP team during the University's accreditation reaffirmation meetings.
She also teaches Freshman Seminar (UNIV1010).
Rebecca Rogers, Secretary
Rebecca Rogers earned her bachelor’s degree in English and Japanese from MTSU. She
now works as the MT Engage secretary, as a former student of the program, helping
other students and faculty with the MT Engage program that enriched her own college