Our Graduates

Graduates of SUNY Cortland's English Department put their skills in writing, critical thinking, and creative application to work in a wide variety of careers. Some of the accomplishments of our recent graduates are listed below.

Current and former students, please keep us up to date on what you've been doing by clicking here or emailing Andrea Harbin at andrea.harbin@cortland.edu.

2019

Graduate Programs

Tufts University, PhD in English

University of Tennessee Kentucky, PhD in Rhetoric, Writing, and Linguistics

SUNY Buffalo, PhD in English 

New York University, MA in Publishing

Rosemont College, MA in Publishing

SUNY New Paltz, MAT in Adolescence Education

2018

Graduate Programs

Clemson University, PhD in Rhetoric and Composition
NYU Steinhardt, Embedded MAT for Education in English
Syracuse University, PhD in English
Syracuse University, Newhouse School of Public Communications, MA in Broadcasting
SUNY Binghamton, PhD in Community and Public Administration
Temple University, PhD in English
Stony Brook University, MA in Higher Education Administration
Manhattan College, MBA

Employment

CommerceHub, Technical Writer
J.P. Morgan Chase, Data Entry Specialist
Medwell Spa, Certified Yoga Instructor
Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary, Full Time Substitute

Publications

El-Eid, Natalie G. “United Arab Emirates.” Women's Lives around the World: A Global
Encyclopedia. 2018.

2017

Graduate Programs

Harvard University, Graduate School of Education, Ed.M.
University of Albany, MA in Information Sciences
University of Buffalo MA in English
University of Buffalo MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities
University of Buffalo School of Law
University of Chicago MA in Humanities (declined)
St. Joseph's College, Long Island, MA in Literacy and Cognition
Syracuse University, MA in Library and Information Science, Concentration in School Media
Syracuse University, PhD in English
The New School, MFA in Creative Writing

Employment

City Year, Boston
First Page Sage, Content Editor
Homer Central School District, Tenure-Track English Teacher
Human Resources Advocate, Springbrook, NY
Rochester City School District, Tenure-Track English Teacher
Sheridan Journal Services, Production Assistant
Tiny Treasures Daycare, Assistant Pre-School Teacher
TRUE Model Management, Blogger and Office Assistant
Union-Endicott Central School District, Tenure-Track English Teacher

Publications

Lessons in Falling (Spencer Hill Press), Diana Gallagher
“The Death Door,” Chicago Literati, Stephanie Vitarelli

2016

Graduate Programs

Baylor University, PhD in Religion and Literature
Molloy College, RN-BSN dual degree program

Employment

Borough of Queens School District, New York City, Tenure-Track English Teacher
Borough of the Bronx School District, New York City, Long-Term Substitute
Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Administrative Assistant
Freelance Writer, Copy Editor, and Transcriber
Fulton City School District, English Teacher
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, Program Coordinator

Publications

El-Eid, Natalie G. “An Analysis of John Twelve in Stephen Crane’s The Monster.” The
Explicator. 2016. DOI: 10.1080/00144940.2016.1203751.

2015

Graduate Programs

SUNY Buffalo, MA in English
UC Davis, MA in Creative Writing

Employment

St. Edward’s University, Assistant Professor of Literature, Writing & Rhetoric

2014

Graduate Programs

SUNY Binghamton, MA in English Literature

2013 and Prior

Graduate Programs

Purdue University, PhD in English
Stony Brook University, MFA in Creative Writing
Syracuse University College of Law
University of Rochester, PhD in English
University of Alaska-Anchorage, MA in English
Virginia Commonwealth University, MA in English

Employment

Homer School District, English Teacher
Assistant District Attorney, Cortland County
Senior District Attorney, Binghamton