Dr. Tosha Sampson-Choma
Ph.D., English and African American Studies, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln; M.S.E., English Education, Wayne State College; B.A., English, Messiah College
African American Studies, African American Literature, Ethnic Literature Women Writers, Diaspora Studies, Migration
AMETH 160 Introduction to American Ethnic Studies; AMETH 560 Black American Social Movements; ENGL 510 Professional Writing; ENGL 386 African American Literature; ENGL 302 Technical Writing; ENGL 285 Introduction to American Ethnic Literature; ENGL 244 Black Women Authors
Effective Recruitment and Hiring Processes for Under-represented Populations Focus Group, Kansas State University; Civic Student Leadership Scholarship Committee, Kansas State University; Residence Life Coordinator Hiring Committee Chair and Member, Housing and Dining--Kansas State University
For more than ten years, I have enjoyed working for Kansas State University in various capacities. I especially enjoy encountering students and helping them to become acclimated to the college environment. In particular, it brings me pleasure to help others expand their perceptions of the world in which they live and to enhance their critical thinking. It is important that I aid students as they develop skills in written communication, critical analysis, diversity and cultural awareness. More than anything, my goal is to empower students to become highly engaged, empathetic, and ambitious individuals who represent themselves and Kansas State University well.