With a disciplinary background in rhetoric, writing, digital humanities, and literary history, Trey often works on projects involving the meaningful and innovative use of digital technologies to enhance student learning in equitable and inclusive ways. Among other positions, Trey has served as the Associate Director of the Digital Media and Composition (DMAC) Institute at The Ohio State University, where he won several awards for his scholarship and teaching and is completing his dissertation on descriptive markup languages and (digital) humanities pedagogy. He has published articles or chapters on literary history, digital humanities, and pedagogy/faculty development. At CELT, Trey has worked on a wide range of initiatives across the disciplines, from curriculum redesigns to international faculty development partnerships. He edits CELT's annual journal Greater Faculties.