Rhetoric and Language
Chriss  Foster

Chriss Foster

Adjunct Professor

Dr. Foster received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of California at Berkeley; a Master of Arts degree in English from California State University Dominguez Hills, Carson California; a Master of Arts degree in Psychology/Clinical Psychology from John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hills, California; a Master of Arts degree in Education from Mills College, Oakland, California; and, a Doctor of Education degree from Mills College, Oakland, California. Presently, Dr. Foster is completing dissertation work for a PhD in Psychology and Phenomenology.
At the University of San Francisco, Dr. Foster teaches Rhetoric 108, 110, 120, and 250. She has published the following: Howling at the Moon; Cleansing the Spirit (1996); Master of Arts in English thesis, The Rhetoric of Jack London (1992); Master of Arts in Psychology/Clinical Psychology thesis: The Indirect and Ingenious Impact of Racism in the Classroom (2004); and Doctor of Education degree dissertation: Creating Meaning Beyond Comprehension (2007).