Laura Godfrey ’20 (CLAS, Ph.D.) has just accepted a new position as Editor for Social Studies and the Young Learner within the National Council for the Social Studies. We’d like to congratulate her committee: Fiona Somerset, Major Advisor; Sherri Olson and Bob Hasenfratz, Associate Advisors; and external readers, Thomas Long and Joshua Easterling. Congratulations, Laura!
Beth Reinwald ’21 (CLAS, Ph.D.) has accepted a position as Visiting Assistant Professor in British Literature and Shakespeare at the State University of New York, New Paltz. Please join us in applauding Beth and her committee: Greg Semenza, advisor; and Claire King’oo and Jean Marsden, associate advisors. Congrats, Beth!
We would like to congratulate Alex Gatten ’21 (CLAS, Ph.D.), who has just accepted a new position as an Instructional Designer at Rutgers University. Alex has been a vital member of the UConn English community as the Associate Director of First Year Writing. In his new role, he will be working with the Master of […]
Alex Houdeshell ’21 (CLAS), a recently graduated English and History double major, has recently started a position as an Audiobook Production Assistant with Simon & Schuster, one of the largest publishing companies in the United States.
Ashley Gangi ’21 (Ph.D.) has just accepted a position as an Upper School English Teacher at St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, CT.
Ruth Book ’21 (Ph.D.) has recently accepted a position as lecturer in the Rochester Institute of Technology’s University Writing Program.
Arpita Mandal ’21 (CLAS, Ph.D) has accepted a one-year visiting lecture position at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts. She will be teaching twentieth and twenty-first century transnational literature. In addition, we’d like to congratulate Arpita’s committee: major advisor Eleni Coundouriotis, as well as associate advisors Bhakti Shringarpure and Patrick Hogan. Congratulations, Arpita!
Rebecca Rowe (PhD ’21) has accepted a three-year renewable position as a Lecturer at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley. She will be teaching Literature and Cultural Studies. Congratulations, Rebecca!
Matthew Jones (PhD ’20) has accepted a permanent Lecturer position at the University of Florida’s University Writing Program. In addition to teaching advanced writing courses for the department, he will be working with universities across the globe to establish deeper international partnerships between various academic institutions. Congratulations, Matthew!
Associate Professor at SUNY Dutchess. Congratulations!