Name: Wanda  White
Department: English
Title: Instructor, English
Office Location:
Cato I, 161
Cato Campus
Phone Number: (704) 330-4870
Fax Number: (704) 330-6644
Email Address:
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Areas of responsibility: Associate Professor of English-Literature, Creative writing, and Technical Writing

Teach sections of English and Literature Courses (online, hybrid, and web-enhanced)
Serve as academic advisor in the College of Arts and Science

Specialty Area- Creative Writing, Technical and Professional Writing,  and African- American Literature

Courses Taught:
ENG 111- Expository Writing
ENG 113- Literature Based Writing
ENG 114- Professional Research and Reporting
ENG 231- Early American Literature
ENG 232- American Literature II
ENG 271- Contemporary Literature
ENG 272- Southern Literature
ENG 273 African-American Literature
ENG 274-Literature by Women
ENG 125-Creative Writing

SPRING 2016 Office Hours:

Monday- 1-3pm
Tuesday- 3-4pm
Friday- By Appt.
*Virtual Office Hours for online students -Mondays
SPRING 2015 Class Schedule:
? TR- 9:30-10:45am- ENG 114-51 (Cato 271)
? TR-11-1215 ENG 232-50 (Cato 271)
? T- 1230-145-ENG 111-35 (Cato 271)
? T- 2-3pm-ENG 111-96 (Cato 271)
ONLINE ENG 111-63 and 79

Educational Background:
Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in Educational Leadership (Focus: Curriculum and Instructional Design) UNC-Charlotte- Completion Date December 2007

Master of Arts- English- University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Bachelor of Arts- English; History - Winston-Salem State University<

Additional Graduate Studies- Iowa State University-Adult Education
Educational Experience:
14 years of teaching at CPCC- Fulltime faculty

Fulltime faculty- English -6 years at Rowan Cabarrus Community College- Salisbury, NC

Taught 5 years in Cabarrus County Schools- Concord Middle School- 8th Grade English Language Arts

4 years of external Sales, Marketing, and Training experience in insurance and pharmaceutical sales and marketing

Frat House-a novel (fiction) , Publication Release- September 2004

Caught on the Web- contributing author of a chapter, Publication Release date- Spring 2006
Lost in Transition: High School Students and Higher Education- contributing author of a chapter, Publication Release date- Spring 2006
Editor/Contributing writer on the publication, Cabarrus Heritage, a collection of stories on the history and families of Cabarrus County - 1997

indoor cycling
walking greenways and trails
creative writing
Other Information:
Great Teachers Institute
CP Leadership Institute 2006-2007
Graduate of CP Leads I 2004
Recipient, Young Careerist Award 1999 Cabarrus County Business and Professional Women Association
Recipient, Excellence in Teaching Award- 2002,2004-Central Piedmont Community College
Recipient, Excellence in Teaching Award- 1998- Rowan- Cabarrus Community

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My Internet Links

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UNC-Charlotte Homepage

Winston-Salem State University Homepage