Ross retires from Penn State Harrisburg's School of Humanities

Cheri L. Ross has retired as associate professor emerita of English and humanities from Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Humanities. Ross came to the campus in 1995 after teaching for three years at Penn State Mont Alto. She received her doctorate in English from Purdue University.

Ross’ research interests include American literature and culture, American women writers and their works, and ethnic literature. She previously served as coordinator for the English program and won Penn State Harrisburg’s Teaching Award in 2003. She has served as vice president of the National Popular Culture Association as well as on its governing executive board, and as president of the Mid-Atlantic Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association. She won the Popular Culture Association’s award for best published feminist essay and its Outstanding Service Award.
 

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Last Updated April 03, 2012