Ucf creative writing faculty
Students have the opportunity to serve as interns for our international literary journal, The Florida Review , to assist in the production of our in-house literary journal, The Cypress Dome , as well as to work as Graduate Teaching Assistants, teaching first-year Composition and Introduction to Creative Writing. Research Faulkner Journal Stylus: Our alumni have gone on to publish books and win prestigious awards and prizes.
Our program—running between about 25 and 35 full- and part-time students at a time—reflects the diversity of our region. English - Technical Communication, B. Omer Kazmi Lecturer Omer. Fiction, memoir, and personal essay; medical humanities, disability studies, representations of health and illness; images and physical aspects of home and place; the relationships between genres e. Hospitality and Tourism Management, M.
However, any matter described in this catalog is subject to change. Melissa Ringfield Instructor Melissa. Joseph D Longhany Instructor Joseph. Healthcare Systems Engineering, M. Literacy development for adolescents and young adults; digital communication; online writing spaces. International and Global Studies, B.
For information about the criteria applicants for this award must meet, please see Presentation Fellowship. As a result, statements in this Graduate Catalog may not be regarded in the nature of binding obligations on the institution or the State of Florida, or as an irrevocable commitment from the University to the reader. Nicholas DeArmas Visiting Instructor nicholasdearmas knights. Literacy and textual studies; Writing pedagogy; Basic writing; First-year composition; Rhetorical theory; Ecocriticism; Multimodal composition; Structuralism, semiotics, and post-structuralism.
For more information on all that our MFA community offers, click on the links below:. Theoretical and Applied Ethics. Our graduates are prepared for a variety of professional and educational endeavors, including careers in law, editing and publishing, teaching, corporate and not-for-profit management, consulting, information technology, and graduate study in English and other disciplines.
Katherine Harris Adjunct Katherine. The history of emotions; Spatial theory; Anarchist literature and thought; Political Movements and activism; Chaucer. Paul Davis Adjunct Hartwell. The university is proud to offer several merit-based fellowships to new degree-seeking graduate students. Research into environmental and agricultural rhetoric; the role of digital humanities in sustainability discourse; and the role of language, texts, and digital technologies in constructing human-nature relationships.
Rhonda Nelson Adjunct Rhonda. We are committed to helping students find their own distinct voices based on their various experiences and perspectives. Garrett Arban Instructor Garrett. Pamela Baker Adjunct Pamela. Justiss Burry Adjunct Justiss. Applied Learning and Instruction, M. Jennifer Flynn Adjunct jflynn ucf. This training provides real-world editorial and publishing experience.
Nonprofit Management Nonprofit Management, M. Writing center theory and practice; Tutor education and professional development; Literacy practices in popular culture; Writing pedagogy. Since the conversion of our long-standing M. Faculty and Staff Administrative Faculty. Literary, Cultural, and Textual Studies, M. Our most prestigious doctoral fellowships provide four years of support including a fellowship stipend, tuition support, and health insurance coverage to the most qualified doctoral applicants to the institution.
Meghan Crowther Office Assistant Meghan. Each year, incoming graduate students who apply by the Fall Priority admissions deadline are eligible for university fellowship consideration. The purpose of this fellowship is to allow the pursuit of research questions that cross traditional disciplinary boundaries.
Rhetoric of science, especially evolutionary biology; classical rhetoric; medical discourse; online rhetoric; rhetoric and civic engagement; history of science. Literate development throughout the lifespan; Longitudinal studies of literacy and learning; Writing for multiple contexts; Cultural-historical activity theory; Sociohistoric perspectives of literacy and learning; Genre as rhetorical action; Basic writing; Qualitative research methods; Writing pedagogy; Writing program administration.
English - Technical Communication, M. You are commenting using your Facebook account. The University of Central Florida is the university that seeks opportunities, creates opportunities, and brings them to fruition. Degrees Creative Writing, M. Early American literature; literature by women; personal narratives, including autobiography, diary, and memoir; early American captivity, crime, travel, and cross-dressing narratives; feminist theory; American novel; theories of space and place; manuscript and material culture approaches.
Farrah Cato Associate Instructor farrah. Victorian literature and culture; science and literature; the Gothic; Victorian periodicals; visual culture; Japanese manga and anime; Aestheticism and its afterlives; transnational neo-Victorianism.