Megan Orcholski

Teaching Faculty I
 Johnston Hall 331


PhD, Communication, University of WI-Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI (2020)                                    MA, Communication Studies, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN (2010)
BA, Speech Communication/Theater Arts, North Central College, Naperville, IL (2005)

Teaching Experience

Adjunct Faculty, Carthage College, Kenosha WI (2021-present)                                                        Teaching Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2016-2020)
Instructor, Valley City State University (2015-2016)
Instructor/Assistant Director of Forensics, Concordia College (2010-2015)
Teaching Assistant and Forensics Coach, Minnesota State University, Mankato (2008-2010)


Ted Talk – Tedx Fargo, “No Apology Living”

3 Minute Thesis- University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, “Would you say you had sex if…”


Orcholski, M. (2020). “Black Women, Francis Beal, & the Shifting of Enemyship.” In Civil Liberties in Real Life: Seven Studies, Edited by Timothy Shiell, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pending

Rasmussen Lenox, T. & Orcholski, M. (2018). Transgressively tWERQing. Women and Language Online, 40(1), 145-159.

Orcholski, M. & Cronn-Mills, D. (2011). They know what they’re doing, but don’t know why: A theoretical exploration of intertextuality in interpretation events. National Forensics Journal, 29(2), 174-182.

Orcholski, M. (2009). Emotions, chaos, & commotion: A family narrative. Philament, 15, 91-97.