Michelle Fowler joined Penn State Behrend from the University of Toledo, where she earned an M.A. in English with ESL Concentration. She has mentored ESL graduate assistants and taught composition at the University of Toledo for over a year while finishing her M.A. She also has taught English and Spanish courses for K-12 schools in Ohio.
Jennifer Myler received her Ph.D. in Comparative International Education, Curriculum, and Instruction from Penn State University. For the past year, she has been an Assistant Professor of Elementary and Middle-Level Education at University Park, where she utilized her specialization in Social Studies education as well as supervised clinical instruction. Her most recent publications have appeared in the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership and the Critical Action Reader for Teacher Education.
Audrey Thompson earned her Ph.D. in Homiletics and Rhetoric from Princeton Theological Seminary. She was then a lecturer in English at Goodwin College, teaching composition, critical reading and advanced writing. She also facilitated an intensive writing workshop for the Upward Bound program at Wesleyan University.
Massimo Verzella joined Penn State Behrend from North Dakota State University, where he specialized in collaborative writing, translation studies, technical communication, cross-cultural rhetoric, and applied linguistics. He holds a Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from the Università Gabriele d’Annunzio in Chieti-Pescara, Italy. His most recent publications have appeared in Merope; Changing English: Studies in Culture & Education; and Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization.
Wilson Brown joins us from Akron, Ohio, where he resides as a post-doctoral fellow at Summa Health System’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Traumatic Stress. He has earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Missouri-St.Louis with a formal specialization in Trauma and is the recipient of the 2015 Laura Griffin Humanitarian Award from the Medical University of South Carolina. His most recent publications have been featured in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence and Neuroimage: Clinical, with forthcoming publications in Psychiatry Research and Journal of Traumatic Stress.
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