Beverly Army Williams teaches composition and upper-level writing courses. Her themed composition courses draw on her interests in oral history and place. Beverly’s creative work and research, a novel and a collection of oral histories, both draw on the Connecticut Tobacco Valley’s shade tobacco farms and workers. Beverly’s non-fiction publications focus on her interest in fiber arts. In her spare time, Beverly enjoys cross-country skiing, biking, weaving, and knitting.
- M.F.A. in Creative Writing (Fiction), University of New Mexico
- M.A. in English Literature, Mercy College
- B.A. in English, Mercy College
- English 101: English Composition I
- English 102: English Composition II
- English 102: Themed English Composition II: War: What Is It Good For?
- English 102: Themed English Composition II: Wild West
- English 102: Themed English Composition II: TEXTiles
- English 331: Special Topics in Writing: Grant Writing
- English 392: Business and Technical Writing
- Writing Committee
- Judge for Composition Committee
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant, “Project Connection: Linking First-Year Composition Outcomes to Writing Across the Curriculum,” Westfield State University
- Presenter at Conference on College Composition and Communication (4Cs). Atlanta, GA. April 2011 and Chicago, IL. March 2006.
- Presenter at The Net Generation: Who are They and How do we Engage Them Conference. Westfield, MA. April 2011.
- Presenter at Southwest Symposium. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. February 2006
- Presenter at Word, Image, Text Conference. Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. November 2004.