Ask an English Major

Have a question about our English program, but not sure who to ask? Ask one of our experienced students. Whether you have a question about the program, opportunities, or even a broad question about being a student at UW-Green Bay, you can find the answer by asking one of our students here. Simply fill out our ask form to receive an answer from one of the English students below.

Jordan Safranski

My name is Jordan and I'm an English major with a Creative Writing emphasis. My favorite opportunity I've been able to be a part of on campus has been Sheepshead Review, our journal of arts and literature, that I am the current Editor-in-Chief for. Graduation will be very bittersweet in May, but I'm looking forward to having more writing time for my novel and reading all those books I have in my TBR pile.

Tom Sielaff

My name is Tom, and I am currently a super senior at UW-Green Bay, studying English with a Creative Writing emphasis, and minors in music studies and arts management. I will be graduating in December of 2018. I am originally from Niagara, Wisconsin—a small town on the border of Michigan's Upper Peninsula—and I love to read, write, sing, watch Netflix, and more during my spare time.

Alicia Leboeuf

I’m Alicia, and I’m a proud English major (Literature and Creative Writing emphases) and communication minor. I’m a senior, and though I’m from Neenah, Wisconsin, I’ve been living on campus since I started here as a freshman. While in college, I’ve obtained several internships, studied abroad in Oxford, worked with Sheepshead Review, met a lot of great people, and much more.

Krynn Hanold

My name is Krynn and I’m from Green Bay, WI. I’m a senior here at UW-Green Bay majoring in the English program, with an emphasis in creative writing. I've been a commuting and working student since my freshman year, which has never held me back from any opportunities. I’ve enjoyed my time in the English program, especially going into my senior year. It has an amazing array of internship opportunities that I have been lucky enough to be a part of. When I’m not at school, I spend my time either working, writing, or reading with my cat.

Austin Korff

My name is Austin. I’m from Kiel, Wisconsin and this is my second year at UW-Green Bay, but I’m in my seventh year of college. Before UWGB, I attended UW-Stout for three years studying Science Education. While I was student teaching, I realized that I didn’t love what I was doing, and I transferred to UWGB to pursue my dreams of becoming a writer. Since coming here in fall of 2017, I have had so many amazing experiences such as working on Sheepshead Review and studying abroad in Oxford, and I’ve met so many amazing people.

Kelsey Langlitz

My name is Kelsey and I’m a senior here at UW-Green Bay. I’m majoring in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing and Literature, and an Education minor. I’m a transfer/returning student and originally attended NWTC. I currently live on campus as a Resident Assistant. I have been the Publicity Director for Sheepshead Review for 3 years and worked as an intern for UntitledTown, social media, and programming for the English Department. Two summers ago, I studied abroad at Oxford University in England. Outside of school, I like road trips, traveling, dreaming about traveling, working on my novel, Netflix binging, musicals, and rearranging my furniture.

Lori Noto

My name is Lori, and I am from Kenosha, Wisconsin. Currently, I’m in my junior year of majoring in English and pursuing a minor in education. Though I reside off campus, I unofficially live in the library, where I can study amongst a book shrine.  In my free time, I like to argue why George Harrison is the best Beatle.

Zach Schneider

I'm Zach, and I am from West Bend, WI. I went to West Bend East High School. This is my third year at UW-Green Bay and I plan on graduating this year or student teaching in the fall of 2019. I am majoring in English with an emphasis in literature, and am minoring in education. This is my third year of living on campus and my second year as a Resident Assistant. I am also the vice president of Sigma Tau Delta, the English honors society on campus. I like to read, play video games, and go to concerts.

Gloria Galicia

I'm Gloria, and I am a senior at UW-Green Bay. I am an English double major in creative writing and literature, with an emphasis in Women and Gender Studies. I was born in Chicago, Illinois and lived most of my childhood in Wausau, Wisconsin. Currently I live on campus. I am a huge animal activist, and in my free time I love reading.


 

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