Associate Professor of English and Communications
Dr. Clements has an extensive background in presentations which includes 18 years of teaching. Additionally, she has delivered papers at national conferences and presented workshops on reducing communication apprehension, developing a teen improvisational theater company, improvisational acting, public speaking and more.
She is a member of the Maryland Communication Association, Eastern Communication Association, National Council of Teachers of English, Northeast Modern Language Association and the American Literature Association.
Dr. Clements earned a bachelor's degree in communications from Emerson College, a master's degree in English from Washington College, and a M.Phil. and a doctorate in American Literature from George Washington University.
Dr. Clements offers the following topic:
Beyond Melville & Hawthorne: Best-selling 19th-Century American Women Writers