Christian Cabrera (B.A., ’ 12) accepted the position as a writing consultant for the Writing Center at Florida Atlantic University.
Michelle Connolly (B.A., ’ 12) was accepted into the Speech-Language Pathology program at Nova Southeastern University. The program prepares students to work with adults and pediatrics who have a wide range of communication disorders.
Kelly De Stefano (MFA ’ 11) accepted a position at FAU as an instructor.
accepted a position as an adjunct professor at Broward College.
Courtney Gregory (M.A. ’ 11) accepted a position at FAU as an instructor.
Kenton Howard (M.A., ’ 12) accepted a position as an adjunct professor at Embry Riddle University.
accepted a position at Estero High School in Estero, FL, teaching English.
Rachel McDermott (M.A., ’ 12 ) accepted a position as an associate professor at Palm Beach State College.
Nicole and Natasha Minnerly (BA ’05 & MA ’08) are owners of Inika Foods, a full-service catering company. Inika Foods and FAU’s Mission Green have initiated The Green Market @ FAU where you will find fresh produce, organic prepared foods, artisan jewelry and crafts, and other handmade products. The Green Market @ FAU will be held every Thursday evening through December 13, except on Thanksgiving.
Carol Parnell (B.A., ’ 12) is employed as a buyer/manager at Love Shack, an incredible clothing store in Delray Beach. After accepting the position, she has begun to learn in depth about managing a work team, apparel buying and apparel wholesaling.
Richard Peacock (MFA ’09) is a professor of English at the Seminole State College of Florida.
Eva Pudick (B.A., ’ 12) accepted into the Center for Publishing MA program of New York University, one of the top programs in the country .
is doing a combined M.S./Ph.D. program in Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi. Her goal is to become a counselor who works with women’s issues or grief counseling.
Courtney Watson (MFA ’09) is an Assistant Professor of English at the Jefferson College of Health Sciences in Roanoke, VA. She teaches composition, literature, and professional writing.
David Weiss (B.A., ’ 12) is working in Asheville, NC, for an Ebay business where he writes and creates the content for final listings of products. In addition, he does photography and product testing for this company.
Scott Wood (MFA, ’11) was accepted into the PhD in Creative Writing (fiction) program at the Center for Writers at University of Southern Mississippi.
Howard Yeager III (B.A., ’ 12) is a construction management employee of the U.S Army Corps of Engineers. Whether reading government specifications, drafting internal correspondence, or official serial letters to outside parties, the abilities obtained from his English degree are essential in his performance.