Dr. Stacy Graber

Associate Professor
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Stacy Graber

Associate Professor

English & World Languages, Teacher Education & Leadership Studies


Stacy Graber earned a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction and English Education from Arizona State University (2011), an M.A. in English from Wayne State University (1993), and a B.A. in English from the University of Michigan (1989). Currently, she is a cross-appointed faculty member with CLASS and the BCOE, Associate Professor of English, Program Coordinator for English Education, and she teaches a variety of courses including Young Adult Literature, Secondary Methods of Teaching English, and Composition for Teachers. Her areas of interest include pedagogy, young adult literature, critical theory, and semiotics. She serves yearly on the YSU English Festival Committee and on numerous committees related to teacher education. Additionally, she publishes in a variety of genres and formats, and her work has appeared recently in The ALAN Review, Dr. Bickmore’s YA Wednesday Academic Blog, Modern Times Magazine, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Gravel Literary Magazine, Hamilton Stone Review, and Storm Cellar.