Jill  Heinrich, PhD in English Education

Jill Heinrich, PhD in English Education

Cornell College

Professor of Education

Expertise: EnglishReligionPovertyEducation

Jill Heinrich is a Professor of Education.  She taught high school English for eleven years, and her research interests include religious literacy and separation of church and state in American public education, masculinity studies, comparative education in Belize, and poverty and education.  Heinrich teaches an off-campus course in San Pedro Town on the island of Ambergris Caye in the country of Belize. 

Academic History
PhD in English Education, University of Iowa, 2001
MS in Secondary School Administration, University of Iowa, 2000
MS in English, Illinois State University, 1989
BA in English, Northern Illinois University, 1985

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