Kean University (English)
Kean University (Master's)
I helped the students and faculty at Kean University not only write better texts, but also become better writers. Today, I am independent scholar, having flown the coop of my alma mater and still, really, very much so interested in assisting in the writing processes of writers. Far as writing goes, for me, it's like the old saying: you can bring a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.
Writing is more or less about quenching a similar thirst, for humans. Wanting to be heard, having a voice, so I show them how. I'm interested in getting the writer to get to know who they are as a writer. The way to do that is through a lot of talking, a lot writing, and a lot of talking about writing.
At Kean, as policy, this meant 50-minute, one-on-one sessions with students and faculty alike. This could mean something else for you, though, and I am more than happy to accommodate.
I was also one of ten recipients of the Scholar of The Dream Award, thanks to the National Council of Teachers of English.
While finding time can difficult, I am currently in the middle of writing two separate articles, for two separate journals, both dealing with race, gender, and the superhero narrative; one is a solo venture dealing with the new biracial Spider-Man, Miles Morales; the other is a collaborative enterprise, X-Men stuff.
A first for me, speaking at the annual, national, Conference on College Composition and Communication this past April in Houston, TX, where I presented my master's thesis research on the topic of linguistic democracy (of which I am more than happy to talk about).
I completed my master's with a 3.6 GPA. And I look forward to hearing from you, to all the great words we are going to put together, together, down on paper. I helped the students and faculty at Kean University not only write better texts, but also become better writers. Today, I am independent scholar, having flown the coop of my alma mater and still, really, very much so interested in assisting in the writing processes of writers. Far as
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