“I knew I wanted to work in the publishing industry,” says Adele Hutchison, “because I love to read so much.” Since graduating in 2007 with . . .
Alanna Trejo didn’t start out as an English major. She began at CSUSB in psychology but English felt like a better fit, especially as she . . .
Andrea (“Nikki”) Harlin works for an elected official. She is a field representative for the District Office of Congressman . . .
As a state prosecutor for a North Carolina district attorney’s office, Catherine Perez creates positive social change at the local level. It’s what . . .
Jessica Lee tracks geopolitical events and cyber criminals. She works as a Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst for . . .
Jessica Williams knows about language centers in the brain, vocal tract anatomy, and treatments for language disorders in children and adults. She is a . . .
Kim Hunsaker thought she would be a teacher. But after earning her B.A. in English, she ended up staying at CSUSB and . . .
Like many English majors, Lauren Gray loved her English classes but unequivocally knew that she didn’t love the idea of teaching. Other students also fear that a degree in English is the surest path to . . .
For the past 16 years Miguel Reid has been a tenure-line Associate Professor of English and English as a Second Language (ESL) at Riverside Community College (RCC). It wasn’t a direct path for Miguel between . . .
Mischa Tacchia sees a global purpose to his teaching at Indian Springs High School in San Bernardino: “I love having an impact on . . .
In a given week, Sara Gerber might write a creative product description, run a job fair, present a talk on company branding, discuss wellness initiatives, and mentor new employees. Sara handles all this and more as a . . .
It can be stressful not knowing what you’ll do after graduation. That’s why during the summer before her senior year Sarah Sikora got herself two amazing internships in New York City, positioning herself well for . . .
We caught up with CSUSB alum Steven Gomez while he was in Estonia—only one of the many destinations that have characterized Steven’s far-flung career teaching English abroad. Since completing his B.A. in English . . .
“I would not be here if not for this institution,” says Dr. Tracy Vaughn-Manley when speaking about CSUSB and its English Department. Tracy is an associate professor of instruction in the African American Studies Department at . . .
“When we get to do literature, that’s when I’m on fire,” says Victoria Porraz. Victoria is an English teacher at . . .