Balancing teaching, research and community involvement, Katelynn S. DeLuca’s work can be defined as emphasizing collaboration and helping students gain voice and agency through their work in and out of the classroom.
Katelynn received her Bachelor’s and Master’s in English at Stony Brook University, where her interest in the connections between composing, language and identity began.
She has continued her education as an ABD Ph.D candidate at St. John’s University in Queens, NY, where she is working on her dissertation focusing on the intersections of socioeconomic class, language and the composition classroom, and teaches as an adjunct. Katelynn also is an adjunct at Suffolk County Community College, where she began her own journey as a student years prior, as well as SUNY Stony Brook University and Farmingdale State College. She also serves as the Executive Council Representative for adjunct English faculty at Suffolk County Community College.
Katelynn currently has a paper under consideration for publication in an edited collection and has presented actively at the following conferences, among others: the Conference on College Composition and Communication, the Modern Language Association Annual Convention, the Northeast Modern Language Association, , the College English Association, the Consortium for Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking, the State University of New York Council on Writing Conference, and the Northeast Writing Centers Association Conference.
Katelynn can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org