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We take an active role in helping our graduate students compete for good jobs in academia. In response to the increasingly competitive job market we have established a formal Job Placement Committee that helps prepare graduate students for every step of the academic job search. The committee combines group meetings with one-on-one advising sessions and mock interviews in order to make sure that our students are prepared to compete for jobs. While the committee organizes the process, many members of the English faculty and University Writing Center participate by helping with workshops and mock interviews.
Students interested in careers outside the academy also benefit from our internship and GA-ship opportunites in areas such as publishing, museums, and special collections. Given that many academic job interviews also ask candidates to speak to how they'd forge connections to local institutions, these opportunities serve a dual purpose of preparing students for careers inside and outside the academy.
Here is a listing of tenure-track placements (or tenure equivalent if the school does not grant tenure) since 2008:
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Carolyne King, 2019, Assistant Professor, Salisbury University
Jessica Conrad, 2019, Assistant Professor, Kent State at Stark, Ohio
Halina Adams, 2018, Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State, Massachusetts
Sarah Patterson, 2017, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Clay Colmon, 2017, Associate Director of Digital Humanites Program, University of Pennsylvania
Kyle Meikle, 2016, Assistant Professor, University of Baltimore
Kyle Vitale, 2016, Assistant Director for Faculty Teaching Initiatives, Folger Shakespeare Library
Jane Wessel, 2016, Assistant Professor, Austin Peay State University
Sabina Amanbayeva, 2015, Assistant
Professor, Oklahoma City University
Meg Meiman, 2015, Head of Teaching & Learning, Indiana University Bloomington Libraries
Virginia Garnett, 2015, Lecturer, UNC Pembroke
Kerry Hasler-Brooks, 2014, Assistant Professor, Messiah College
Elizabeth Knauss, 2014, Professor of English, Manor College
Gabrielle Parkin, 2014, Lecturer, Case Western University
Joe Turner, 2014, Assistant Professor, University of Louisville
Rachael Zeleny, 2014, Writing Program Director, Alvernia University; Assistant Professor, University of Baltimore
Joshua Calhoun, 2012, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Adam Jabbur, 2012, Assistant Professor, Towson University
Mike McGehee, 2012, Assistant Professor, North Hennepin Community College
Michael Edson, 2011, Assistant Professor, University of Wyoming
Robert Klevay, 2009, Associate Professor, Auburn University at Montgomery
Darlene Farabee, 2008, Associate Professor, University of South Dakota
Michelle Filling, 2008, Associate Professor and Acting Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, Cabrini University
Therese Rizzo, 2008, Assistant Professor, UNC Pembroke
Melissa Sullivan, 2008, Assistant Professor, Rosemont College