English TeacherKristin CollisKristin Collis has been a teacher at Stone Bridge High School for eight years, teaching English 11 and English 12 courses. Previously she was a professor at Eastern Michigan University (1998-2000) and Shepherd University (2000-2005) and an instructor of alternative education and lead teacher at Harpers Ferry Job Corps Center (2003-2005). In her spare time, she teaches humanities courses for the University of Phoenix, a position she acquired in 2003.Ms. Collis holds a bachelor of arts in literature with a social science minor and a master of arts in literature with a specialization in ancient and medieval texts. Her studies culminated in a published thesis, “Corruption at the Top: A Cultural Analysis of Chaucer’s Wayward, Apostate Prioress.”Feel free to email with questions or concerns: EMAIL MS. COLLIS
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