"[T]he research skills that I learned from both the English major and PWTC have made every challenge a little less daunting. Thanks to the program, I know how to write for an audience—my job now is to find out what exactly that audience knows and more importantly, what they don’t know."
Cristina now works as the Training Manager for Eze Castle Software after earning her specialization in Professional Writing and Technical Communication (PWTC).
Read an interview with Mazen Naous, one of this year's incoming faculty. Naous is a specialist in postcolonial literature and theory, Arab American literature, music and literature, and classical and modernist Arabic literature. In addition to receiving his Ph.D. from this department in 2007, he has an MA from UMass Boston and a BFA from the Boston Conservatory.