• Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition at Frostburg State University, Maryland.
• Continues to present his scholarship at the National Women's Studies Association conferences.
Emma is pursuing her Master's degree in College Personnel Administration at Illinois State University and is currently working as a graduate assistant in Heartland Community College's Office of Engagement. She is an intern in Health Promotion and Wellness working on survivor support services and violence prevention education. She also volunteers with Stepping Stones.
• Admissions Counselor at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.He uses his WGS knowledge every day to craft diversity initiatives for a new recruitment protocol.
• Recently accepted into the Women and Gender Studies Master’s Program at Loyola.
• Erin is an assistant professor at East Carolina University, where she specializes in feminist approaches to technical communication.
• Jenna earned her PhD in English from the University of Kentucky in 2016. She is an instructor of writing at Oregon State University Cascades, a brand new OSU branch campus in Bend, Oregon. She teaches all levels of writing, including first-year composition, argumentation, technical writing, and grammar, as well as a smattering of American literature and environmental literature for the American Studies and Liberal Studies programs. Visit her website.
Currently a Postdoctoral Researcher in Writing Pedagogy at the University of Delaware, where she teaches and researches ways of writing and teaching for social justice. Her current project is developing a transforming rape culture curriculum for first-year writing programs.
• Assistant Director of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center within the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations at University of Illinois.
Started his first year in the DePaul University College of Law, where he is a student member of the National Lawyers Guild. He is also a trained Legal Observer who monitors police conduct during organized actions and ensures that activists who are arrested during a protest are given access to a pro bono attorney.
• Has had a major publication in Communicating Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in Technical Communication by editors Dr. Miriam F. Williams and Dr. Octavio Pimental.
• Completed doctorate in English Studies at ISU.
• Served as an instrumental leader in the creation of Umoja: Celebration of Black Graduates on ISU's campus.
• Writes and manages grants and contracts with the National Partnership for Women and Families, in Washington, D.C.
• Has had six book chapters accepted for publication in a three-book series on race and American television.
• Blogs at Life Behind the Veil.