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Discover what these English MA alums are doing with their degrees:

Betsy WellsBetsy Wells ‘12, Communications Manager
Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods College
"I was definitely surprised by the amount of research I have to do. I guess I imagined that research would end after graduating, but it doesn't." Read more about Betsy's career...

 

Liz JacobyLiz Jacoby ‘09, English faculty
English Department, Mid-Plains Community College
“While there are challenging moments, even days, it has all been worth it.” Read more about Liz's career...

 

Emily RamageEmily Ramage ‘07, Director of Grants Development
Lake Land College
“Every day is different, because I work with so many different departments and divisions of the College.” Read more about Emily's career...

 

Deb HuttiDeborah (Greiner) Hutti ‘91, Associate Vice President for Educational Services
Lake Land College
“I’ve learned that just when I think I have learned as much as I can about my position, something changes.” Read more about Dr. Hutti's career...

 

Angela JonesAngela Jones ‘90, Associate Professor
English Department, Western Kentucky University
“While completing my MA, I learned research, tutoring, teaching, and writing skills, all of which I draw upon every day in my current job.” Read more about Dr. Jones's career...

 

Susan MorrisSusan Morris ‘81, Professor of Philosophy
Humanities Department, Ferris State University
“I think having a varied background was crucial to getting me the job in a Humanities department.” Read more about Dr. Morris's career...

 

Lee MartinLee Martin ‘79, Professor of English
Creative Writing Program, The Ohio State University
“The MA at Eastern was the first step toward the life I’d always wanted, the life of a writer and a teacher.” Read more about Dr. Martin's career...