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Drexel Assistant Teaching Professor of English Jill Moses

Jill Moses, MFA

Assistant Director, First-Year Writing Program
Associate Teaching Professor of English
Department of English and Philosophy
Office: 5045 MacAlister Hall


  • Certificate in TESOL, University of California, San Diego, 2012
  • MFA Creative Writing, University of Oregon, 1989
  • BA Sociology, Certificate in Women’s Studies, Rutgers University, 1979

Curriculum Vitae:

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Research Interests:

  • Contemporary Poetry
  • Feminist literature
  • Creative Writing


Jill Moses is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Dept of English and Philosophy and the Assistant Director of the First-Year Writing Program. In addition, she teaches Academic and Career Exploration classes in the First-Year Exploratory Studies Program at Goodwin. Her passion is to encourage and connect with students, especially first-generation college students (since she is a first-generation herself). Jill likes to develop curriculum, and to explore poetry, creative writing, and expository writing in innovative ways. Also, Jill is faculty advisor to the student-led Women’s Empowerment Club.

Selected Publications:


  • Moses, Jill. August, 2020. “Creating Community during Uncertainty” appeared in Remote Teaching at Drexel from the Remote Teaching Task Force, Drexel University.

Poems have appeared in literary journals such as On the Bus, Magee Park Poets, Timberline Magazine, Pacifica, Sculpture Gardens Review, Tsunami, The Vagabond, Eclipse, and Painted Bride Quarterly, and the anthologies New Los Angeles Poets (Bombshelter Press), Gathering of Poets (Kent State University Press) and The Best of Border Voices, California Poets in the Schools Anthology and San Diego Poetry Annual, Eclipse Literary Journal, Serving House Journal, Painted Bride Quarterly.