Considering an English Major? It May Be For You, If You Want To… teach English in high school be a journalist or editor be a poet or novelist be a lawyer teach English at a college or university have a strong liberal arts education
Welcome to graduate studies in English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Our department offers a full range of graduate programs, including the Master of Arts, the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, and the Doctor of Philosophy.
The Department of English boasts twenty-six Tenure-line Faculty, and six Academic Professional Faculty working in a wide range of research interests. For more information about various Faculty, please visit their individual profile pages, and peruse the Faculty Bookshelf.
UNC Greensboro’s Massmine team was recently awarded a substantial grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). This is an interdisciplinary multi-university grant aimed at mining and analyzing publicly available social media Big Data. Congratulations to Dr. Aaron Beveridge, Principal Investigator, and Dr. Somya Mohanty (Computer Science), Co-Principal Investigator for Massmine, on their hard work! This grant will assist in funding a Computer Science graduate student.
More events coming soon.
Posted on November 12, 2019
Economic View In the Salary Race, Engineers Sprint but English Majors EndureIn the Salary Race, Engineers Sprint but English Majors […]
Posted on October 3, 2019
Dr. Christopher Spencer, Professor of English, passed away September 7, 2019. Dr. Spencer taught in the English Department from 1970-1991, […]
Posted on September 25, 2019
Crystal joined the faculty at the University of North Georgia in 2019 as an Assistant Professor of English, and she teaches a range of writing, literature, and English education courses. Her primary area of research is British literature and science in the long eighteenth-century; however, her research includes the study of science and literature in other periods. She has written entries for the Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence and is currently drafting an article entitled “Adaptation, Digital Composition, and the Study of Frankenstein.”
Serving most of the university’s students through three core classes, the College Writing Program at UNCG teaches writing through an awareness of rhetoric so that students can craft their arguments with a specific audience, situation, and purpose in mind.