03/24/2017 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Faculty Meetings (M206)
04/06/2017 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MOLLY BRODACK: blogging/publication/fellowship talk
Graduate Job Placements - Ohio - South Dakota
Ana Codita (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) teaches in the English Department at Case Western Reserve University.
Gus Demeter (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) teaches in the SAGES ESL Writing Program at Case Western Reserve University.
Robin Evans (PhD in Professional Writing) is the Director of Professional & Technical Communication at Case Western Reserve University.
Galina Shleykina (PhD in Linguistics) has taken a Visiting Assistant Professorship at the Miami University of Ohio to teach Linguistics and International Composition.
Judit Simot (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is a full-time lecturer in the English Department at Case Western Reserve University.
Paul Bowers (PhD in Literature and Creative Writing) teaches at Northern Oklahoma College, Enid. He has published a number of short stories in literary journals, including Southwestern American Literature, Mid-American Review, and Indiana Review, among others, and critical essays on James Joyce, William Carlos Williams, and the contemporary Irish poet, John Montague. Honors for his fiction include a Pushcart Prize nomination and the Herman M. Swafford Award for Fiction. His collection of short stories, Like Men, Made Various, was released by Lost Horse Press in March 2006. His most recent publications include poetry in ’Ain’t Nobody That Can Sing Like Me’, an anthology featuring Oklahoma writers, Poetry Quarterly, and Sugar Mule.
Laura Dumin (PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Writing) directs the Technical Writing Program at the University of Central Oklahoma, where she is an Assistant Professor of English.
Eric Gray (PhD in Literature) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities at St. Gregory’s University.
Tara Hembrough (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is an Assistant Professor of English at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
Kurt Hochenauer (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) directs the MA program at the University of Central Oklahoma. In addition to academic and creative writing, he authors an award-winning political blog, Okie Funk: Notes from the Outback.
Trever Holland (PhD in Literature) is Visiting Assistant Professor in Native American Literatures at Oklahoma State University.
Gail Nash (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is an Associate Professor of English at Oklahoma Christian University.
Steven Pedersen (PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Writing) is Assistant Professor of English at East Central University.
Mary Spelman (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is a Professor of English at The University of Central Oklahoma.
Wayne Stein (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is a Professor of English at The University of Central Oklahoma.
Don Stinson (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) teaches at Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa. His poems have appeared in many literary magazines, such as Southwestern American Literature, Verve, Briar Cliff Review, and Loonfeather.
Pam Stinson (PhD in Literature) serves as Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Northern Oklahoma College.
Constance Squires (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is an Associate Professor of English at The University of Central Oklahoma where she teaches creative nonfiction and fiction writing. Her first novel, Along the Watchtower, was published in 2011 by Riverhead Books. Her fiction and creative non-fiction has been published in many journals including Atlantic Monthly, The Dublin Quarterly, Salon, and The Village Voice.
Hugh Tribbey (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) has published poetry in many journals and chapbooks. He teaches at East Central Oklahoma State University.
Mark Walling (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is a Professor and Chair of the Department of English at East Central Oklahoma State University.
Melanie Springer Mock (PhD in Literature and Composition) is Professor of English at George Fox University. Melanie has published a number of books, including The Spirit of Adoption: Writers on Religion, Adoption, Faith, and More (Cascade Press, 2014); Meant to Be (Chalice Press, 2015); Just Moms: Conveying Justice in an Unjust World (Barclay Press, 2011) and Writing Peace: The Unheard Voices of Great War Mennonite Objectors (Cascadia, 2003).
Mischelle Anthony (PhD in Literature) is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of English at Wilkes University.
Rod Zink (PhD in Creative Writing and Technical Writing) teaches professional and business writing at Penn State, Harrisburg, where he is an Assistant Professor of English.
Victoria Batten (PhD in English) is an Associate Professor of English at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina.
Christopher Black (PhD in Literature) is a Visiting Assistant Professor in American Literature at Francis Marion College. Chris has presented his research on criminality in antebellum American literature at the American Literature Association, the Society of Early Americanists, the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, and the Herman Melville Society international conference.
Joshua Cross (PhD in Creative Writing) has joined the faculty at Coastal Carolina University.