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- English Graduate Programs
- Master of Criminal Justice
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Graduate Teaching Fellowship Mentoring Program
- As part of the Graduate Program in English, you’ll take a wide range of courses in Scholarly Methods, English and American Literature, and Theory.
- Graduate Teaching Assistants learn the craft of teaching from seasoned professionals.
- Stipends and full tuition waivers are available.
- As a member of a teaching team, you’ll receive guidance and support from experienced and engaging teachers. Mentors, GTAs, and GTFs help each other to succeed in the classroom.
- Join a community of teachers, exchange ideas, share your experiences, and work directly with students.
- In your second year in the classroom, you’ll take charge of your own class and receive guidance from a faculty mentor and teaching team.
- Graduate Teaching Fellows design classroom activities, create grading criteria, and evaluate student progress, while developing their own philosophy of teaching.
- Applicants should contact Amanda Kellogg, Ph.D., Graduate Program Director, or Frank Napolitano, Ph.D., GTF Program Coordinator.
- In-state first-year Graduate Teaching Assistants receive a full tuition waiver for 9 graduate credit hours (the typical course load) each semester and a $10,000 stipend per year.
- In-state second-year GTFs receive a full tuition waiver for 9 graduate credit hours (the typical course load) each semester and an $11,000 stipend per year.
- The program offers a limited number of full tuition waivers and stipends for out-of-state students.
Courtney Simpkins (M.S. 2016) has accepted a fully-funded offer of admission from Southern Illinois University Carbondale where she plans to study 18th and 19th century British and Irish women’s literature. She has been awarded a graduate assistantship, where she’ll teach sections of composition. She also plans to earn the graduate certificate in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies.
GRADUATE TEACHING FELLOWS
- Jennifer Hedges
- Mickey Kelley
- Mikaela Kelley
- Elisabeth Murphy
- Emily Skeens
- Shea Walters
- Hannah Whittle
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS
- Abigail Bailey
- Lori Graham
- Elise Martin
- Jessica Mundy
- Rachel Overbay
- Rachel Pitcher
- Jake Retting
- Rylee Rucker