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Elizabeth Hogan

Elizabeth S. Hogan

Visiting Instructor

105B Moon Library
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-6636

Email: eshogan@esf.edu

Education

  • BA in English and Textual Studies & Secondary English Education, Syracuse University, 1998
  • MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry), University of Alabama, 2004

ESF Courses Taught

  • EWP 190: Writing and the Environment
  • EWP 290: Research Writing and Humanities
  • EWP 300: Survey of Environmental Writing
  • EWP 390: Literature of Nature
  • ESF 296: Communication in the Sciences
  • CMN 220: Public Presentation Skills

Areas of Interest

  • Environmental Literature (19th and 20th century), Ecocriticism, Environmental Justice, Poetry, Creative Non-fiction, Composition, Rhetoric, Science Communication, New Media, and Pedagogy.

Publications

  • "Skyland Boulevard."  Six Little Things 1.1 (Fall 2005).
  • “The Blessing of Throats.”  Crab Orchard Review 10.1 (Winter/Spring 2005).
  • “Rough Notes.”  Crab Orchard Review 10.1 (Winter/Spring 2005).
  • “Saint Catastrophe.” Sycamore Review 16.2 (Spring 2004).
  • “The Worry Room.” Sycamore Review 16.2 (Spring 2004).
  • “Baudrillard is Lonely.”  La Pensee Savage 1 (2001).

Awards

  • 2016-2017 The SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching
  • 2012-2015 NSF Transforming Undergraduate Education for STEM Students (TUES) grant, with N. Abrams, V. Luzadis, and G. McGee
  • 2004 Academy of American Poets Hill-Kohn Prize at The University of Alabama .
  • 2003 The Atlantic Monthly Student Writers’ Competition, third place winner
  • 2003 Teaching Writing Fellowship, University of Alabama
  • 2002-2004   Graduate Assistantship, University of Alabama
  • 2001-2002  Graduate Council Fellowship, University of Alabama