I am a writer from the blue ridge mountains, currently pursuing an MFA in fiction at Arizona State University. My work navigates the complex intersection between climate and social justice, the ties between our identities and our homes, and the (in)human anthropocene, as defined by Dr. Kathryn Yusoff. These interests developed from my work in climate modeling labs at the University of South Carolina and Rhode Island, and from my experience as a victim services provider for survivors of sexual violence. I am the 2021 Fiction Meets Science fellow at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, where I'm researching a novel about whales. 

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curriculum vitae

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Jules Hogan

 
Trees
 

Work Experience

2021

Science Meets Fiction Fellow, HWK Institute 

I was chosen for an extended grant period at the Hanse-Wissenschaftkolleg, where I worked on a novel length project concerning the intersectionality of climate and social justice in the age of the Anthropocene.

2019 - present 

Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University 

My teaching embeds principles of trauma-informed care into the classroom, building a space of safety where students are encouraged to push intellectual boundaries.

Instructor of record

ENG 101, ENG 102,                            (First year composition)

ENG 107, ENG 108,                  (FYC for multilingual learners) 

ENG 288                                             (Introduction to Fiction) 

Global Teaching Fellowship, 2020

2019 - present

Fiction Editor, Hayden's Ferry Review

I consider submissions for inclusion in our internationally recognized literary magazine, and utilize our magazine as a space for under-recognized voices within the literary community. 

2018 - 2019

Volunteer Coordinator, SAFE Homes Rape Crisis Coalition 

I managed 500+ annual volunteers for a multi-million-dollar

nonprofit organization. These duties included organizing training

and annual events, maintaining a database of volunteer hours

for grant reporting and funding, and creating and

implementing a new online training

system for crisis line volunteers.

2014-2017

Research Assistant, University of South Carolina 

I assisted in the development of mathematical models for coastal upwelling zones, utilizing JAVA programming and MATlab software. Wrote and presented initial findings at the University of South Carolina’s Discovery Day convention.

 

Education

M.F.A., Fiction 

GPA: 4.0 

Graduate Fellowship Award

Global Teaching Fellowship 

Arizona State University

2022/May (expected)

University of South Carolina 

2017/May

B.S., Marine Science 

GPA: 3.6

Graduation with Leadership Distinction

in Research

Graduation Cum Laude