Master of Arts News


News and events from UI&U's MA students, faculty, and alums.

Stacy Freeman

Stacy Freeman is thrilled to announce that she will be teaching at Mohawk Valley Community College upon graduating from the M.A. program.

Colleen Kappeler

Already an experienced editor, Kappeler assisted one of her local writers in self-publishing a book through Kindle Direct Publishing and CreateSpace for her Applications course.

Julie-Marie Bristol

M.A. student incorporates rich Shetlandic history into presentation regarding Shetland poets.

Judith McDaniel, Ph.D.

UI&U Professor Judith McDaniel will be presenting “The Challenges of Using Authentic Assessments in Online and Community-based Learning Contexts” at the 17th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning.

Woden Teachout, Ph.D.

Among Pulitzer Prize-winning historians and other eminent speakers chosen for the First Wednesdays Humanity Lecture Series in Vermont, Woden Teachout presented Imagining America to a packed house.

Patricia Monaghan, Ph.D.

Patricia Monaghan's book of poems, "The Grace of Ancient Land," has been published by the Voices from the American Land project, established to "revive and amplify a dominant tradition in American letters — the poetry of place, whether urban, rural, or wild."

Cathleen Rockwell, M.A. 2011

Since graduating from the Master of Arts Program in 2011, Cathleen Rockwell’s writing career has blossomed. She is now writing an online blog for Gainesville's edition of Italian Foods Examiner and Holiday Examiner.

Dalene Fisher, M.A. 2011

While completing Teaching Writing I and her final document, Dalene Fisher lined up a job to teach three sections of Composition I at Oklahoma Wesleyan University upon graduating.

Aaron Moe, M.A. 2009

Aaron Moe has recently Aaron Moe, M.A. 2009, Literature and Writing Concentration published "Chaos & the 'New' Nature Poem: A Look at E. E. Cummings' Poetry." CT Review 32.1 (2010): 11-24. It is a continuation of the work he completed for his final document within the M.A. Program.

Kym Kennedy, M.A. 2010

While wrapping up her master's coursework at UI&U, Kennedy was offered a job teaching writing and composition at Southwestern Oregon Community College.

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