Welcome to the English Department's Academic Advisors page. Here, you will find two different ways to get the help you need:
- Below, you will find the names, contact information and areas of interest for our full-time faculty. We encourage you to email a familiar or like-minded professor today!
- To the right, you will find documents that address frequently asked questions regarding financial aid and transferring.
Our full-time English professors can help you in your quest to learn more about English programs, majors, and degrees. Please contact us or drop by the English Department office at 400 CPP. Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|Advisor||Email Address||Advising Courses|
Composition, Education, Literature (American, African-American, Native American, Poetry, Science Fiction), Women’s Studies
Literature (Children’s, Multicultural, African American)
English as a Second Language (ESL), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), English
Education, English, & Language Arts (Elementary, Middle School, & High School Levels), Secondary & Post-Secondary Reading
|Susan Davisfirstname.lastname@example.org||British Literature, Composition, Degree Paths: English Degree vs Writing/Rhetoric Degree|
|Shavval Douglasemail@example.com||English Composition (100, 101), Literature|
American Literature, Multicultural Literature, Online Teaching & Learning
Poetry, Creative Writing, Women’s Literature
Creative Writing (Fiction, Non-Fiction, Playwriting), Environmental & Social Justice (Sustainability), Writing in the Natural Sciences, Interrelatedness of the Arts & Science, Investigative Journalism
Student-Driven & Experiential Learning Environments; Online Teaching, Learning, & Writing; Research Writing & Publishing, Social Justice Issues
Popular Literature, Literature of the Americas, Kurt Vonnegut, Creative Non-Fiction, Sports-Related Blogs
Introduction to Women’s Literature, Popular Literature, English Composition, Understanding the World Through Writing, Reading
Poetry (Beat Generation), Postcolonial Theory, Social Criticism, Masculinity Studies, African Literature
Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Reading
Rhetoric & Composition, Literature (American, African American, US Latino), Creative Writing
Creative Writing (Short Stories), Reading Novels, Yoga, LGBTQ Community Meeting Space
Medical Writing, Degree Paths: Writing, Psychology
|Sheryl York||English, Children's Literature|