Jacqulyn Graber (she/her)
B.A. in English and Philosophy, SUNY University at Buffalo
M.A. in Literary and Cultural Studies, Carnegie Mellon University
Jacqulyn is a first year English Ph.D. student at St. John’s, focusing on composition and rhetoric, as well as a Doctoral Fellow in the University Writing Center. Her areas of interest include Minority Dialect English Speakers, English Language Learners, first year writing programs, writing center pedagogy, logical structures of academic and professional English, multi-literacies and community literacy, and the rhetoric of social justice.
Jacqulyn was born and raised in Buffalo, NY. She received her B.A. in English and Philosophy from the University at Buffalo in 2017, and her M.A. in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University in 2017. After being certified in TESOL, Jacqulyn relocated to Guangzhou, China where she taught academic writing to teenaged students wishing to attend college in the West. Upon returning to the United States, Jacqulyn worked in higher education administration at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY and taught academic writing to Canisius students enrolled in the NYS Higher Education Opportunity Program. She recently relocated to Manhattan to continue her studies at St. John’s.