Discusses intersectionality as a tool of transition to college by analyzing personal narratives. Students describe their individual narratives of their transition to college over a summer bridge program and the beginning of a fall semester. These students apply intersectionality to their experiences to reflect on the multiple identities they must navigate to develop a strong sense of self as a student.
Tatiana Baker, WCU Student Volunteer
Dr. Caleb Corkery, Associate Professor of English at Millersville University
Dr. Corkery teaches in the English Department at Millersville University. His area of specialty is the intersection of rhetoric and race. He also has taught reading, writing, and critical inquiry in the Millersville Scholars Program for the past 5 years.