Erin Hill, M.A.

Erin HillSenior Professor of Practice
Director, Champion City Write Now at Wittenberg
College Credit Plus (CCP) Faculty Advisor
(937) 327-6420
Blair Hall 203

Erin Hill, Senior Professor of Practice, joined Wittenberg’s Education Department in the fall of 2018 after 20 teaching years in a variety of public school settings in rural, suburban, and urban areas from South Charleston, Ohio, to the Bronx, New York. She currently teaches courses in adolescent development, arts integration, the philosophy of education, and adolescent and contemporary literature.

Her key professional interest is coordinating arts opportunities for all students in all classrooms. She has served as district coordinator for Clark County Exemplary Writers, Nashville Metro Public Schools Young Writers, and Dayton Muse Machine, and she was the Piri Thomas house leader at The Bronx Academy of Letters. At Tippecanoe High School in Tipp City, OH, she co-founded Inferno, the school’s NCTE award-winning literary journal. She is now the founder and director of Champion City Write Now at Wittenberg, a literary community for adolescent writers in the Clark County area. Read More

Erin earned her B.S. in English education from Taylor University (by way of Indiana corn fields and volleyball courts) and her M.A. in English and American literature from New York University (by way of Greenwich Village park benches and coffee shops). Her former students include sports writers, teachers, activists, actuaries, farmers, theatrical lighting designers, a unicyclist, and the entertainer Prince Royce.

An educator by day and an essayist by night, Erin's work has been published in The Sun, The Belladonna Comedy, The Under Review, Words & Sports Quarterly, and The Brevity Blog. She lives in Yellow Springs and enjoys reading, film, design, travel, sports, and good food cooked by others.

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