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Five recent graduates of the Ph.D. program in English have already secured coveted tenure-track positions in the field. Katelynn DeLuca ‘17Ph.D., Regina Duthely ‘17Ph.D., Meghan Gilbert-Hickey ‘16Ph.D., Heather Pope ’15Ph.D., and Anna Sicari ‘15Ph.D., have made SJU proud with their success on the job market.
Faculty and students from across St. John’s University presented multidisciplinary research at the 2016 International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference (IWAC).
The scholar, LuMing Mao, Ph.D., is the 2016 Peter P. and Margaret A. D’Angelo Endowed Chair in the Humanities.
Moving toward an academic model that focuses on both pedagogy and intensive research, St. John’s University is launching two new doctoral programs within St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences—the Ph.D. in English and the Ph.D. in World History.
Adding to St. John’s University’s support of military veterans, Sheeba Varkey ‘18Ph.D., a doctoral fellow in the Department of English, has launched a free monthly reading and discussion program for vets in the Institute for Writing Studies.