Adjunct Instructor, Writing Program
Department of Literature, Languages, Writing, and Humanities
- Fundamentals of Writing
- Intro to Composition
- Multicultural Education
- Generation 1.5 Learners in the First-Year Writing Classroom
- The Immigrant Experience in Higher Education
- First-Generation, First-Year College Student Success and Retention
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Curriculum Development
- BA, New Jersey City University
- MA, EdD, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Eleni Mylonas has an MA in TESL/TEFL and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration, both from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She currently teaches Fundamentals of Writing for the Writing Program and has been teaching at the university since 2011. She has previously taught graduate coursework for the School of Education and undergraduate, and graduate coursework in Language, Culture, and Professional Advancement (PLCPA) programs. Her research focuses on the sense of belonging and its impact on the success and retention of first-year first-generation and generation 1.5 college students. Before teaching at FDU, Dr. Mylonas worked in K-12 education.
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