Wendy J. Glenn, PhDProfessor of Literacy StudiesChair, Secondary Humanities ProgramFulbright Scholar, NorwayUniversity Teaching FellowSchool of EducationUniversity of Colorado Boulder249 UCBBoulder, CO 80309-0249(303) 735-5576[email protected]EducationArizona State University, Tempe, AZ•PhD in Curriculum and Instruction in English Education (December 2001) •Master of Education in Secondary Education (December 1995)•Bachelor of Arts in English from the College of Liberal Arts and the Honors College, Summa Cum Laude (May 1992)Professional ExperienceUniversity of Colorado, Boulder, COProfessor of Literacy Studies, 2017-present•Literacy Studies Faculty in Secondary Humanities Education•Course Instructor (Teaching Writing, Materials and Methods in Secondary English Education)•English Education Student AdvisorUniversity of Connecticut, Storrs, CTProfessor, 2015-2017; Assoc. Professor, 2008-2015; Asst. Professor, 2002-2008•Director of Teacher Education (2009-2010)•English Education Program Coordinator (2002-2017)•Course Instructor (Methods of Teaching Literature, Methods of Teaching Writing and Language, Young Adult Literature, Teacher Research Seminar, PhD Pro-Seminar)•English Education Student AdvisorNorthern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ Graduate Instructor, 2001-2002•Course Instructor (Methods of Teaching Literature, Language and Literacy, Practicum)•English Education Student Advisor•English Education Student Teacher Supervisor Mesa Public Schools, Mesa, Arizona Classroom Teacher, 1994-2001 •Teacher of American Literature, Writing, and Humanities (grades 10-12) at Dobson High School (1995-2000)
•Teacher of English Language Arts (grades 7-8) at Stapley Junior High School (1994-95)Arizona State University, Tempe, AZGraduate Assistant, 1991-1993, 2001•Supervisor of six English Education student teachers (Spring 2001) •Teaching Assistant, Survey of English Literature, Dr. Bob Bjork (Fall 1993)•Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (1992-1993)•Undergraduate Research Assistant, Dr. Nicholas Salerno (1991)PublicationsEdited BooksGinsberg, R., & Glenn, W. J., Eds. (In review). Critical approaches for critical educators.Engaging critically with multicultural young adult literature in the secondary classroom. New York, NY: Routledge.Moss, D. M., Glenn, W. J, & Schwab, R. L. (2008, 2005). Portrait of a profession: Teachers and teaching in the 21stcentury. Westport, CT: Praeger.Authored BooksGlenn, W. J. (2009). Laurie Halse Anderson: Speaking in tongues. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Scarecrow. [Studies in Young Adult Literature series]Gallo, D., & Glenn, W. J. (2008). Richard Peck: The past is paramount.Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Scarecrow. [Studies in Young Adult Literature series]Glenn, W. J. (2005). Sarah Dessen: From burritos to box office. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Scarecrow. [Studies in Young Adult Literature series]Peer-Reviewed Journal ArticlesGinsberg, R, & Glenn, W. J. (In review). Moments of pause: A model for understanding students’ experiences with Muslim young adult literature. American Educational Research Journal.