Sarah E. White, M.F.A.

Clinical Assistant Professor of English

Composition Coordinator

Sarah White

Introduction

Sarah White is a Clinical Assistant Professor of English. Her research and teaching focus on Fiction Writing, Creative Nonfiction, Digital Humanities, and Composition.

I own two of the cutest Chihuahuas in Northwest Indiana--Edgar Allan Pup and his biological mother Raven. I also play in Pickleball tournaments around the Midwest. In addition, I author A Novel Blog.

Publications

White, S.E. (2016). “This I Know.” Creative Nonfiction. Rock and Sling.

White, S.E. (2014, December). “A Matter of Inches.” Siouxland Magazine.

White, S.E. (2013) “Fallen Timbers” in anthology Best of Ohio Short Stories: Vol. One

Teaching Focus

Her teaching focuses on Creative Writing, Composition, Literature, and Digital Humanities. In previous semesters, she taught writing courses on video games, queer texts, and vampire folklore. She has also taught courses for the Honors College.

Previous Roles

Concurrent Enrollment Program Liaison Composition Coordinator, Westville campus, PNC

Sarah White

Contact

(219) 785-5529

sewhite@pnw.edu

Office Location:

Technology Building 313

Education

  • M.F.A. – Fiction, Purdue University
  • M.A. – English with a specialization in Fiction, Iowa State University
  • B.F.A. – English and Creative Writing, Bowling Green State University

Areas of Expertise

  • Fiction Creative
  • Nonfiction Digital
  • Humanities Composition
  • Distance Learning

Credentials, Accreditations & Awards

  • Outstanding Full-Time Faculty Award 2014-2015