‌Associate professor: B.Ed., University of Hawaii at Manoa; M.F.A., Colorado State University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Stuart Ching teaches courses in composition and rhetoric, children’s literature, and Asian Pacific American literature. His research has appeared in journals such as The New Advocate, Language Arts, and Writing on the Edge, and in anthologies such as Fourteen Landing Zones (University of Iowa Press), The Subject is Story (Heinemann), and Fractured Feminisms (State University of New York Press). He has also published fiction in North Dakota Quarterly, Hawaii Review, and The Madison Review and in anthologies such as The Best of Honolulu Fiction (Bamboo Ridge Press), Growing Up Local: An Anthology of Poetry and Prose from Hawaii (Bamboo Ridge Press), and New Voices (The Center for Literary Publishing). His current research focuses on cross-cultural issues in children's literature and in rhetoric and composition studies. He is also completing a collection of short stories.