Rathi Krishnan teaches CM 107 and CM 220 in the Composition Department in the School of General Education. She began teaching for Purdue Global (formerly Kaplan University) in 2004 and has a Master of Arts in Comparative Literature from Bangalore University, India, a Master of Arts in English from California State University, Long Beach, as well as doctoral coursework in English from University of California, Riverside. Some years ago, she began to ponder on the meaning of education and education that is self-taught versus formal education. She has taught at several California community colleges, California State University, New York University, several online universities, and is currently a full-time professor at Purdue Global. Her quest is to provide quality education to her students, as well as to contemplate the bigger picture of what education entails and affords each one of us in our quest for self-discovery and in fulfillment of our goals, dreams, and ambitions. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, and as online teaching allows her to travel widely, she considers herself to be a resident of “nowhere” and a denizen of “everywhere;” a state made possible in this internet era.