Scott Honeycutt holds a Ph.D. in American literature from Georgia State University.
His primary job responsibilities at ETSU include coordinating the secondary school
teaching program and teaching pedagogical methods courses. His research interests
include nineteenth century nature writing, walking literature, poetry, and young adult
literature. He has published essays on walking and nature in Northwest Ohio History, The Journal of Ecocriticism, and Writing the Environment in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. When not teaching, Scott enjoys spending time with his daughters and walking the
hills of Appalachia.