College of Liberal Arts
Beyond the Classroom
Take your Mount English major beyond the classroom!
Lambda Iota Tau, honor society for literature, Alpha Rho chapter
Lighted Corners literary and arts magazine
SPARC Festival: Scholarship, Performance, Art, Research, and Creativity
Maryland Life magazine
Judge Advocate General Office, Fort Detrick, Md., Law Clerk
Business Info Sources, Inc., Web Designer and Copywriter
Smith Barney, Inc., Research Assistant
Mount St. Mary’s Office of Communications, Editorial Intern
Radio Station WMZQ 98.7, Broadcast Media Intern
Center for Integrative Health Care, Research Intern
Gettysburg/Adams County Chamber of Commerce, Public Relations Intern
Frederick County Public Schools, Student Teacher
Recent Honors Projects
"Life: Creatively—An Exploration in the Creative Nonfiction Genre"
"Finding the Art in Truth: An Exploration in Creative Nonfiction”
"Keep on Smiling, Sister Sunshine"
"The Mouth of God"
"The Last Enemy: Harry Potter and the Problem of Evil"
"Approaches to Teaching the Classics: A Study of the Importance of High School Literature"
"Invisible Circuses, Shadow Selves, and Gothic Castles: Desire, Identity, and Time in the Novels of Jennifer Egan"
"The State of Affairs: Contracts, Betrothals, and Marriages in Shakespeare's Plays"
"Exploring Forms of Female Enthrallment: Constance Fenimore Woolson’s Subtle Feminism"
"A Love 'Universally Acknowledged:' Models of Virtue and Christian Romance in Jane Austen’s Novels"
"The Child Characters of Charles Dickens"
“Two Decades of Mount Fiction: A Review and Critique (Lighted Corners)”
"The Most Happy?: Anne Boleyn in Twentieth-Century Historical Fiction"
“Alice Munro Bridging the Gaps”
“The World to One Person” (short story)
“Parallel Study: The Aesthetics of Early Surrealist Paintings and T.S. Eliot’s ‘Waste Land’”
“Quest for Integrity: Dorothy Sayers and Harriet Vane”
“Basketball and Braves: Culture Making in the Works of Sherman Alexie”
“Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Ambiguity in the Creation of his Female Characters”
“Slavery at Mount St. Mary’s”
“Jack Kerouac: Mystical Themes in his Literature”