Penn State DuBois Welcomes New Faculty Members
DuBois – Two new faculty members join the already outstanding team of educators at Penn State DuBois this fall.
Elizabeth Evans will serve as an Assistant Professor of English. Evans received her doctorate in English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has taught a range of composition and literature courses both at UW-Madison and at Wake Forest University. Her research and teaching interests include 19th and 20th century British literature, especially modernism; women's and gender studies; cultural geography and spatial theory; and postcolonial literature and theory.
Evelyn Wamboye has accepted an Assistant Professor of Economics position. Originally from Kenya, Wamboye most recently lived in Menomonie, Wisconsin, where she taught at the University of Wisconsin. She also gained teaching experience at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Area Technical College. At Penn State DuBois she'll teach Statistics and Microeconomic Analysis and Policy.
Elizabeth Evans, Assistant Professor of English
Evelyn Wamboye, Assistant Professor of Economics