Associate Professor of English /
Director of The Gateway Program
P.O. Box: 5085
Born in France, Corinne Nicolas moved to the United States in 1991 and came to Tusculum College a year later as a Fulbright visiting lecturer in French. She earned undergraduate degrees and a Master's degree in English at the Université de Haute Bretagne, France. She also holds a Master of Arts in Education from Tusculum College, and is currently a doctoral candidate in English and Composition Studies at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Corinne is an associate professor of English. Over her tenure at Tusculum, she has taught writing, World Literature and Commons courses in both the residential and the GPS programs, and served as Director of the Humanities Division for four years. She now teaches writing primarily in the Graduate and Professional Studies Program, where she is the Director of the Gateway Program.
Corinne's areas of interest include the teaching of writing to the adult student, critical pedagogies, teaching the research paper, and the rhetoric of domesticity.
Course materials, assignments, and other items can be viewed on Professor Nicolas' personal web page