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Dr. Lonetta Oliver

Program Director Associate Professor, Arts and Humanities

Education

Ph.D. in English
Saint Louis University
M.A. in English
Saint Louis University

Teaching Interests

College composition, literature, business and technical writing

Positions Held

2016 - Present
St. Louis Community College
Districtwide Professional Development Coordinator
2013 - Present
St. Louis Community College Center for Teaching and Learning
Campus Coordinator
2008 - Present
St. Louis Community College
English Instructor

Presentations

The Pieces I Left Behind: Disabled Bodies and Fractured Identities in the Novels of Junot Diaz

CAAR Biennial Conference
June 2017

Writing for Change: Creating Meaningful Freshman Compostition Assignments [for Students at a Ferguson, MO campus] in the Wake of Michael Brown's Death

May 2017

Triple Threat: Women's Acts of Resistance in African American Literature

Women's History Month
February 2017

Border Naming: The Tensions Surrounding Black Identificaiton in African American Literature

November 2016

The Pieces I Left Behind: Disabled Bodies and Fractured Identities in Junot Diaz's "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao"

November 2016

Leading Change

Student Affairs Retreat
October 2016

Triple Threat: Women's Acts of Resistance in African American Literature

Women's History Month
March 2015

Media Contributions

Community Conversations

WGNU 920
March 27, 2016
Radio

Awards & Honors

2017
Campus Innovation of the Year
Soft Skills Development Seminar Program
Women Helping Women
2016
Adria Award
St. Louis Community College
Women in Leadership