Hea-Gyong  Jo, PhD.

Hea-Gyong Jo, PhD.

Research Staff
Faculty Member in Writing Intensive Requirements (English Portion)

ad7205@wayne.edu

Office: #3049

3225 Science Hall

Detroit, MI48202

Hea-Gyong Jo, PhD.

Department

Nutrition and Food Science

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • American Literatures (19th Century Concentration); American Studies; TransAtlantic American Studies; Women’s Studies; Various Expository, Literary and Science Writing; Discourses of Food and Science in American Literray History and Culture.

     

Education

  • B.A, English and English Education, Department of English, Seoul Women's University, South Korea.
  • M.A, British and American Literature, Department of English, Wayne State University.
  • PhD, 19th Century American Literature, Department of English, Wayne State University.

Currently teaching

  • 3 Sections of Laboratory Reports: Writing Intensive Requirements for NFS 5140 (Advanced Nutrition and Food Science [English Portion]), Fall, 2019.

Courses taught

Department of English at Wayne State University

Basic Writing [English 1010].

College Writing [English 1020].

Literature and Composition [English 2010].

Intermediary College Writing/Senior Research Project [English 3010].

Full Time Reader of the English Proficiency Examination  [University Wide Requirement at WSU, Winter 1998 - Spring Summer 2007].

Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences at Wayne State University

2 Sections of Laboratory Reports: Writing Intensive Requirements for NFS 4150 (Advanced Nutrition and Food Science [English Portion]) [Winter, 2018; Winter, 2019].

Summer, 2019: Assisting NFS faculty members with writing and/ editing the laboratory manuals for NFS2140. NFS2220, NFS4150 and NFS5140; Assisting with updating and editing experimental procedures and edit/designs approaches to Writing Intensive Requirements in NFS [Task Description].

Other qualifications directly relevant to courses taught

Referee for College Literature: A Journal of Critical Literary Studies (since Spring 2010)