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学术支持
 
 
莫妮卡F。 jacobe博士
学术指导和支持总监
里夫斯325
jacobem@moravian.edu
610-861-1647

 

Dr. Jacobe has spent nearly two decades as a faculty member and administrator in higher education and served most recently as Director of the Center for American Language & Culture and Affiliate in the Department of English at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ).  She has extensive experience in academic support and advising, curricular design and revision, faculty development, accreditation and reaccreditation activities, and strategic planning in higher education.  The author of dozens of essays and book chapters, she is the author, most recently of 最终草案4, a bridging level writing textbook for English language learners from Cambridge University Press.  Her research and writing interests include higher education and academic labor, humanities education, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and 20th-century and contemporary literature, particularly of the American South.  She is currently at work on a scholarly book that examines the evolution of articulated regional identity in novels by Southern writers working across the 20th and 21st centuries.  Dr. Jacobe holds a Ph.D. in English Language & Literature from The Catholic University of America, an MFA in Creative Writing from The American University, and a BA in English and Mass Communication from Emory & Henry College.

 

Matthew Werkheiser

 

马修werkheiser,文学硕士
协调员辅导和学术支持
里夫斯309
werkheiserm@moravian.edu
610-625-7843

 

来摩拉维亚大学之前,马修werkheiser是在利哈伊大学一年级写的教练,在他们的写作和数学中心有专业的导师。他的研究生的研究主要集中于批判理论与写作教学在课堂上写作教学的各种学生群体的道德的重视。作为辅导员和导师,马修经验,确保学生得到他们所需要的援助,并配备在学术环境中取得成功。他接受了他的硕士,学士的英文里海大学。