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Robert DiYanni is Director of International Services in the Advanced Placement Program at The College Board. Dr. DiYanni, who holds a B.A. from Rutgers University and a Ph.D. from the City University of New York, has taught English and Humanities at a variety of institutions, including NYU, CUNY, and Harvard. He has written and edited more than two dozen books, mostly for college students of writing, literature, and humanities.
Pat C. Hoy II directs the Expository Writing Program at New York University where he is a Professor of English. A collection of his essays, Instinct for Survival (1992), was selected as a "Notable" collection in The Best American Essays of the Century (2000). Other books include Reading and Writing Essays and The Scribner Handbook for Writers, 4th ed. (with Robert DiYanni). His essays and reviews have appeared in Agni, Rhetoric Review, Sewanee Review, South Atlantic Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Wall Street Journal, and Writing on the Edge. Professor Hoy won the 2003 Writing Award for Non Fiction from the Fellowship of Southern Writers.
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