Kaylee Jangula Mootz, ’22 (Ph.D.) has accepted a position as an Education Consultant for Racial Equity and Social Justice for the State Education Resource Center in Waterbury, CT. Kaylee’s committee included Martha Cutter (chair) Kate Capshaw, and Mark Rifkin from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Congratulations!
Alex Gatten ’21 (CLAS, Ph.D.) has accepted an Assistant Professor of Writing position at the Julliard School in New York, NY. Alex will be teaching college writing with a multimodal focus in the Liberal Arts Department. Special thanks to Alex’s committee, Charles Mahoney (chair), Margaret Breen, and Yohei Igarashi, as well as Lisa Blansett and […]
Kathryn Warrender-Hill ’23 (PhD.) has accepted a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of English and Director for the Center of Writing at Norwich University in Vermont. Her committee includes Tom Deans, Brenda Brueggemann, and Ellen Carillo. Congratulations, Kathryn!
Arpita Mandal, ’21 (PhD.), after a few years at Mt. Holyoke, has accepted a tenure-track position at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Her doctoral committee included Eleni Coundouriotis, Bhakti Shringarpure, and Patrick Hogan. Congratulations, Arpita!
Nicole Lawrence, ’20 (PhD.), has accepted a tenure-track position at Utica University in New York. Her doctoral committee included Sarah Winter, Margaret Breen, and Victoria Smith. Congratulations, Nicole!
Micah Goodrich, ’20 (PhD.), currently teaching in WGSS and English at UConn, has accepted a tenure-track position in English at Boston University. His doctoral committee included Fiona Somerset, Bob Hasenfratz, Sherri Olson, and Steven Kruger (of CUNY). Congratulations, Micah!
Congratulations to Margaret Ascenzo, ’20 (Ph. D), who has accepted a position as Instructional Technologist at George Washington University in Washington, DC! Special thanks to Margaret’s committee: Charles Mahoney (major advisor), Sarah Winter, and Yohei Igarashi.
Alex Dawson, who defended his dissertation this spring, has accepted a position as Faculty of World Literature at Bard High School Early College in Washington D.C.
Amy Fehr, who successfully defended her dissertation in May, has just landed a position as Organizer/Representative for UAW Local 2322 in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Matthew Shelton has just accepted a one-year renewable position as Lecturer in Irish Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, in the Celtic Studies Program.