Megan is in her second year at Forsyth Central High School in Cumming, Georgia, teaching 9th and 10th grade English. She is the current FCA sponsor for the school, and the assistant coach for the Varsity Girls soccer team. This past summer she went on a mission trip to Nicaragua. Recently she had a poem “Coffee,” published in: “Georgia’s Best Emerging Poets: An Anthology,” by Z publishing.
Emily Robinson, English, 2014
Emily Robinson is finishing a Master’s in English at Arizona State University and is currently writing her thesis. She has recently moved back to Georgia! She is currently a content editor and social media manager for CulinaryLocal.
The Department of English, Modern Languages, and Liberal Arts offers these additional benefits and opportunities:
Scholarships for beginning students majoring in these disciplines, given through our Winthrop-King Scholarships
Winthrop-King International Scholarships for Study Abroad in all three disciplines
Outstanding faculty credentials: nine full-time faculty members, all with a Ph.D. and many with strong publication records in peer-reviewed academic and literary journals
Professors who are native speakers in both Spanish and French
Innovative course offerings in Integrative and Interdisciplinary Studies
The Chimes, a high-quality literary magazine
A cadre of outstanding graduates in many diverse career fields, such as teaching on the secondary, college, and university level, television and radio, personnel, law, publishing, editing, translating, international relations and/or business