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Muhlenberg College (English)
Columbia University (Master's)
I am currently a writing / English professor at Rutgers University and Rowan College at Burlington County. At the former, I emphasize a writing-intensive pedagogy to engage students' critical reading and thinking skills and mold how they develop and express original argumentation in their essays. The latter, meanwhile, presents the opportunity to reach a diverse population of students and introduce them to the writing process, successful reading and writing practices, and proper MLA-style documentation.
Prior, I enjoyed the opportunity to teach at an Ivy League institution, where I instructed an undergraduate creative writing workshop as a teaching fellow. I've also completed several fieldwork placements during my time as an undergraduate, most of which involved classroom environments geared toward preparing college-bound high school students for their future English studies.
My goal as a teacher is to instill students with both an understanding of the subject matter at hand as well as the skills to think independently and self-sufficiently in future English, writing, and literary endeavors.
Outside of academics, I'm an avid baseball and soccer fan. I follow the Phillies more closely than their record usually deserves and read mostly poetry and canonical fiction, though I'm also no stranger to comic books. I am currently a writing / English professor at Rutgers University and Rowan College at Burlington County. At the former, I emphasize a writing-intensive pedagogy to engage students' critical … Read more
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