The Program Staff - WI
Jeffery Jankowski (Ph.D., University of Toledo) facilitates the online writing intensive training of the Queensborough WID/WAC program. He is a faculty member in the Department of Social Sciences and teaches courses in Psychology. His area of interest is infant and child cognition with an emphasis on individual differences. Studies that he has co-authored have appeared in Developmental Science, Intelligence, and The Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
Elise Denbo (Doctor of Arts, St. John's University) helps facilitate the writing intensive training workshops of the Queensborough WID/WAC program. She is a faculty member of the English Department and teaches English composition and literature courses. Although her area of interest is Shakespeare and the early modern public theatre, this interest extends to a variety of periods, writers, and cultures.
Graduate Writing Fellows
- Yuval Abrams is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the City University of New York Graduate Center. He holds a joint LL.B/B.A. in Law and Philosophy from Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an LL.M. from New York University School of Law. His teaching experience includes Jurisprudence, Bioethics, Business Ethics, Introductory Philosophy, and a Great Books course at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, New York University, and CUNY-Brooklyn College. Previously he has worked in private legal practice, both in Jerusalem and New York, has been a Junior Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute, and served as a Judicial Clerk to Justice Ayala Procaccia on the Supreme Court of Israel.
- Irit Bloch is a Ph.D. candidate in History at the Graduate Center, CUNY.
- Nada Gatalo is a Ph.D. candidate in the Philosophy Department at the CUNY Graduate Center.
- Jesse Rappaport is a graduate student studying philosophy of language. His research draws on linguistics and psychology and is aimed at addressing what makes it the case that words have their meanings.
- Yelizaveta Shapiro is a Ph.D. student in Comparative Literature at the CUNY Graduate Center. Her research interests include twentieth century English and Russian literature, poetry and poetics, modernism, questions of gender, and uncertainty in language as a response to crisis. She teaches English at Hunter and is a poetry editor for Broke Journal.
- Nan Zheng is a 5th year Ph.D. student from the Department of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages, CUNY, Graduate Center. Her current research is related with the photo-text in post-dictatorship Chile, memory and trauma.
- Andre Bregegere is a Ph.D. candidate in Music at the Graduate Center.
- Dominique Zino is a Ph.D. Candidate in English at the Graduate Center.