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Department Chair: Marcel Burch 860-215-9410 Email
The English Department at Three Rivers provides courses designed for students to improve on their reading and writing in order to be more successful in their academic career. English courses range from developmental to the higher level, literature and writing courses. Also included in the English Department are courses in Communications.
The English Department at Three Rivers Community College helps students become successful readers, writers, thinkers, and speakers to facilitate the habits of mind that are at the heart of genuine inquiry and engender meaningful academic discourse and civic engagement.
The English Department at Three Rivers Community College is committed to providing students with the highest quality education over the entire range of courses we offer.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY
Todd Barry, Full-Time Instructor of English. B.A., Princeton University; J.D., University of Connecticut;
Ph.D., University of Connecticut.
Office: C-272; Phone: 860-215-9406 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcel Burch, Department Chair - Associate Professor of English. M.A. English. Southern Connecticut State University; B.A., English, Eastern Connecticut State University.
Office: C-256 Phone: 860-215-9410; Email: MBurch@threerivers.edu
Victoria Holdridge DiFilippo, Full-Time Instructor of English as a Second Language. M.S., School for International Training; B.S., University of New Hampshire.
Office: C-236 Phone: 860-215-9466 Email: email@example.com
Frederick-Douglass Knowles II, Assistant Professor of English; M.A. English, Southern Connecticut State University; B.A. Sociology, Eastern Connecticut State University.
Office: C-120; Phone: 860-215-9445; Email: FKnowles@threerivers.edu
Jennifer Long, Professor of English. M.Ed., Millersville University: B.A., Northeastern University.
Office: C-252; Phone 860-215-9450; Email: JLong@threerivers.edu
Andrew Marvin, Full-Time Lecturer of English. M.A., Southern Connecticut State University; B.A., Sacred Heart University.
Office: C-160; Phone: 860-215-9434; Email: AMarvin@threerivers.edu
Joseph Selvaggio, Assistant Professor of English, M.A., Southern Connecticut State University; B.A. Rutgers University.
Office: C-268 Phone: 860-215-9471; Email: JSelvaggio@threerivers.edu
Michael Stutz, Assistant Professor of Communications, M.A., B.A., University of South Carolina.
Office C-112; Phone: 860-215-9479; Email: MStutz@threerivers.edu
Susan Topping, Professor of English. M.A., Rutgers SUNJ; B.A., Hunter College-City University of New York. Office: C-254; Phone 860-215-9481; Email STopping@threerivers.edu
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