After about a decade's time, I am
proud to announce the completion of my student quest. On Sunday, May
19th, 2002 I graduated with a BA, cum laude from the University of Vermont.
To make the ending even more exciting I received the Bogorad Outstanding Senior
English Major award and graduated with Departmental Honors. Thanks to
all my family, friends, co-workers, fellow students and most certainly faculty
members for their support over the long haul!
One of my many personae is an
major and Women's Studies
Minor at the University of Vermont.
My main interest
is Gothic Literature and in particular Stephen King. I had the distinct pleasure
of serving as a teaching assistant for
course "The Films and Novels of Stephen King" in the summer of 1999.
You can check out the syllabus from his webpage if you are interested. When
Stephen King came to UVM I participated in the seminar class that hosted his
visit. It was a wonderful experience to meet one of my favorite authors and
get his perspective on his writing.
Check out the pictures
. As a result of one of my lectures in the Films and Novel class I was invited
to Mill River High School in December 1999. The lecture was a brief history
of The Women's Rights Movement in the US. It seems women are still being
erased from history classes in Vermont high schools.