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Faculty & Staff
Sarah Pollock Sarah Pollock
Professor of English and Journalism
Program Head of Journalism

At Mills since 1987

Office: Mills Hall 347
Phone: 510.430.2217
Email: pollock@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours, Spring 2016
Days Time Room
T
 
11:00-12:30
and by appointment
MH 347


Spring 2016 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
T 01:00PM-02:15PM ENG 73/173/177
Journ: Writing, Editing, &Mgmt
MH 318
TH 09:30AM-12:00PM ENG 127/127/127/177/195/227/227
Digital Storytelling (Nonfict)
ED 101
TH 01:00PM-02:15PM ENG 73/173/177
Journ: Writing, Editing, &Mgmt
MH 318


Education
  • BA University of California at Berkeley, English Literature, 1978, Summa Cum Laude, Distinction in General Scholarship
Courses Taught
  • ENG 072/172: Journalism I
  • ENG 073/173: Journalism II
  • ENG 159: Feature Writing
  • ENG 160: Writing for Magazines
  • ENG 250: Thesis for MFA Degree
  • ENG 267: Graduate Creative Non-fiction Workshop
  • ENG 269: Graduate Magazine Workshop
Professional Interests

The journalism revolution (digital media, social media, legacy news values, etc.), magazine and news writing and editing for traditional media; creative nonfiction (in print and other forms), historical and geographic narratives, environmental and natural history writing

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Awards

Contemporary Writers Series

The Place for Writers

580 Split, Creative Writing Journal of Literature & Art

The Walrus

The Campanil

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Contact Information

P: 510.430.2217
F: 510.430.3398
E: english@mills.edu

Last Updated: 2/3/16