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Jeremy Marousis-Bush

Adjunct faculty, First-Year Writing, Writing Studies

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Jeremy is an Adjunct Professor of Writing at Montclair State University. He routinely teaches WRIT-105, College Writing I, and WRIT-106, College Writing II.

He as a diverse educational background with a BA in English from Union College (KY) and an M.Ed from Monmouth University. He is currently working on an MA in English from the University of New Orleans as well as a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from the University of the Cumberlands. He plans to write an MA thesis on allegorical consciousness in early American literature and a dissertation on the administration of first year college composition programs.

Jeremy also teaches as an adjunct at Monmouth University and Brookdale Community College. He teaches first year composition and PR-425, Critical Play: Theories and Aesthetics of Video Games, at Monmouth University. He teaches a wide range of courses, both in person and online, from developmental English to research writing at Brookdale Community College.

In the past, Jeremy taught 8th grade English/Language Arts at West Pine Middle School (West End, NC) and Spring Hill Middle School (Laurinburg, NC). He also worked for 10 years (and medically retired) with the United States Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons. He worked at duty stations in Kentucky, New Jersey, and New York.

Jeremy has a large family that includes his wife (Jacquelyn), daughter (Carissa), three sons (George, Charlie, and Christian), and a rambunctious little English Lop bunny (Floppy). If you take any of his classes, expect to hear about the exploits of said bunny.

Jeremy enjoys spending time with his family, writing poetry, playing video games, feeding Floppy carrots, and reading the amazing work that his students produce.