Stefan McClure (he/him)
Office: Neville 109
Courses Taught: College Composition
A second-year student in the graduate program at the University of Maine, Stefan started pursuing English by earning his BA in English. He then went on to earn his Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary English while teaching at a private school in West Virginia. After teaching in the US, he pursued an opportunity to teach in Madrid, Spain, after earning his Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (commonly known as CELTA) in Prague, Czech Republic.
After teaching secondary English for five years, Stefan decided to go back to school to more pointedly study the broader applications of English, specifically regarding rhetorically ethical community engagement through the production and evolution of publics. Other areas of interest include virtue ethics, audience studies, political theology, autoethnography, and historiography. When he is not pursuing those academic interests, he enjoys going on trips with family and friends, camping, running, pickleball, making coffee for people, and going to bed at a reasonable hour.