Title: Associate Professor of English
Department: The Academy
Building: BUS 242
Email: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- B.A., English Mary Baldwin College 1972
- M.A.I.S, English Wesleyan University 1979
- Ph.D., English The University of Texas at Austin 1998
"Though a senior member of the English department, I am especially interested in and
committed to teaching lower division courses. In these classes I endeavor to make
sure students leave every session feeling that our work on literary texts has put
them in contact with real people and real life questions, that it has triggered their
imaginations and built their intellectual confidence."
Dr. Ross teaches British literature, specializing in the Romantic and Victorian Periods and the history and practice of rhetoric. Her current research projects focus upon Romantic Polymathy. education in the Romantic Period, and active-learning pedagogies.
2003–Present: Associate Professor of English, The University of Texas at Tyler.
1998-Present: Assistant Professor of English, The University of Texas at Tyler
1992-1997: Assistant Instructor of English, The University of Texas at Austin
1990-1992: Teaching Assistant, Dept. of English, The University of Texas at Austin
1980-1990: English teacher, grades 7-12, including Advanced Placement, The Episcopal School of Dallas, Texas; University- Liggett School, Grosse Pointe, Michigan