Sharon Prince has taught for over twenty years. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Radford University in Radford, Virginia in 1987. After she graduated, she decided to take a year away from academic pursuits and lived in a Franciscan community dedicated to serving the poor in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. At the end of that year, Prince returned to higher education as a teaching fellow at Radford University where she began her master’s degree in English. She finished her master’s in 1990. Since her teaching fellowship at Radford University, Prince has taught at a variety of institutions, ranging from West Virginia University to Wharton County Junior College. She teaches both face-to-face and online classes. She has served as the English department head since 2004.
- B.A., M.A., Radford University
- English 1301
- English 1302
- Humanities 1301
Areas of Interest:
- Metacognition, student success, and contemporary female writers