We’d like to congratulate Daniel Pfeiffer ’22 (Ph.D), as he has just accepted a position as Social Sciences Editor for Choice Magazine, the publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries, which is a division of the American Library Association. We’d also like to extend congratulations to Dan’s dissertation committee: major advisor Associate Professor […]
Mollie Kervick, ’22 (Ph.D) has just accepted a two-year position at West Point as a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow. We are so proud of Mollie and her committee: Rachael Lynch, major advisor, and Mary Burke and Margaret Breen, associate advisors. Many congratulations!
by Emily Graham, ’22 (CLAS) In conjunction with the newly-established literary magazine of the same name, PhD candidate Kiedra Taylor, ‘24 hosted Write On, Black Girl!, a writing retreat dedicated to the crafting of narratives written by Black girls and young women. Sitting down with Emily Graham, Ms. Taylor spoke of how the retreat went; […]
We’d like to congratulate Brian Sneeden ’19 (Ph.D), as he has accepted an offer to join the faculty at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, England. As a permanent Lecturer of English, he will be teaching in the MA programs for Publishing and Creative Writing. We’d also like to congratulate Penelope Pelizzon, major advisor, and Mary […]
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.
By day, I work in higher ed social media, sharing stories that depict campus life. By night, I’m a young adult author and writer whose work has been published in the Hartford Courant and Latina Magazine.
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.