Hello there! My name is Jaclyn Sutherland. I am currently a student in the English and Teaching English PhD program at Idaho State University. Within the pages of this website you will find myriad documents relating to my chosen career: Teaching English, as well as a blog containing my thoughts on my graduate school experience, books I have read, and perhaps some anecdotes about teaching college level English in the 21st century.
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Awards & Fellowships
August 2019 - May 2020
This Fellowship is awarded to PhD students in the Department of English and Philosophy at Idaho State University who show promise academically. It is an award given to a select number of students in the English and Teaching English program each academic year. The expectation is that the student will use the time they would have spent teaching First Year Composition to work on other aspects of their professional self (such as publication and research).
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January 2019 - present
Idaho State University - PhD in English and Teaching English
August 2016 - May 2018
Northwest Nazarene University - M.Ed. in Curriculum, Innovation, and Instruction
January 2013 - May 2016
Northwest Nazarene University - B.A in English and History
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ENGL 1101/1101P - English Composition
Idaho State University's First Year Writing course in composition. This course is required for all students.
Course Description: Course in which students read, analyze and write expository essays for a variety of purposes consistent with expectations for college-level writing in standard edited English.
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