Composition and Creative Nonfiction
Stephanie L. Liberatore is a writer and professor in the English Department, teaching first-year and advanced composition, literature, and creative writing for undergraduates. Her essays have appeared in Hot Metal Bridge and EDGE literary journals and her columns regularly appeared in The Science Teacher, a peer-reviewed journal for educators.
She holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from George Mason University.
Liberatore, Stephanie L. “Sixteen Reasons to Move to San Francisco, or Not.” EDGE 8 (2014): 39–50.
Liberatore, Stephanie L. “Under My Father’s Tree.” Hot Metal Bridge Fall (2013). n. page.
Term Faculty Development Fund Grant, Spring 2017
Mason 4-VA OER Grant, Fall 2016-Spring 2017
Term Faculty Development Fund Grant, Summer 2016
Residency/Writer Grant, The Vermont Studio Center, January 2014
ENGH201: Reading and Writing About Texts
ENGH302B: Advanced Composition (Business)
ENGH302M: Advanced Composition (Multidisciplinary)
ENGH396: Introduction to Creative Writing
"The Faculty Learning Community: Reigniting Faculty Learning through Peer-to-Peer Teaching and Institutional Collaboration" (w/ J. Matthews, L. Fernandez, J. Messier, L. Lister). Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2017.