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Summary

I am currently a PhD student in the English department at George Washington University seeking a career in the fields of higher education and publishing. My academic work focuses on Asian-American Literature, Poetry, Affect Theory and Trauma Studies. I also have experience in the growing field of Digital Humanities.

I have over five years experience teaching and tutoring undergraduates in the fields of literature, writing, rhetoric and composition, and Japanese language and literature. I received an MA in English Literature in 2012 and plan to complete my PhD in the same field in 2019. Communication, I believe, is the key to producing high-quality written work, and I am devoted to helping students hone and improve their writing and analytical abilities to prepare them for their future careers.

Throughout my studies and work experience, I have also developed strong drafting, proofreading and copyediting skills. My academic background has strengthened my research abilities, and I have developed as a well-rounded and prolific technical writer, grant writer and editor. Please contact me if you are interested in samples of my work.

Education

2014Present

PHD, English

George Washington University

Summa Cum Laude, expected May 2019

20092012

M.A, English

Rutgers University

Summa Cum Laude, October 2012

20052009

B.A, English

Boston University

Work History

2014Present

Teaching Assistant

George Washington University
Teaching Assistant Assisted with the teaching and grading of English courses, including American Realism and Asian American and Latino Literature and Culture.
Jan 2013May 2013

Assistant Professor

Rutgers University, Camden
Assistant Professor Self-designed and taught course English 350“ Discovering Haiku”. WRITING AND RHETORIC
20102013

Adjunct Professor

Camden County College
Adjunct Professor Taught pre-composition writing courses Writing II and Writing III,. LANGUAGE
20082009

Language Tutor

Boston University
Language Tutor Led one-on-one tutoring for Japanese to undergraduate students.

Awards

University Service