Dr. Ken Bugajski
Associate Professor of English
Director of the John Duns Scotus Honors Program
- Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 2002.
- M.A., Marquette University, 1996.
- B.A., cum laude, University of Notre Dame, 1994.
- British Literature
Awards and Recognitions
- Participant, NINES/NEH Summer Institute: Evaluating Digital Scholarship, June 2012.
- Finalist, Leepoxy Teaching Excellence Award, Spring 2009.
- Collegium Colloquy Fellow, Summer 2008.
- College English Association
- Keats-Shelley Association of America
- “‘Endymion’ by John Keats” and “Sappho and Phaon by Mary Robinson.” The Facts on File Companion to Literary Romanticism. Ed. Andrew Maunder. New York: Facts on File, 2010.
- Rev. of Romantic Voices, Romantic Poetics, ed. Christoph Bode and Katharina Rennhak and Romanticism: Comparative Discourses, ed. Larry H. Peer and Diane Long Hoeveler. European Romantic Review 20 (2009).
- Fort Wayne Teaching Conference. February 2013. “The Best Laid Plans: Experiments and Unexpected Results in Social Media.”
- College English Association Conference March 2012 “‘Call Me, Call Me Any Time:’ Strategies for Successful Phone Interviews.”
- College English Association Conference. April 2011 “‘Our Lady of the Holy Heart, the Papists Call It’: Forgiveness and Religious Tolerance in Elizabeth Gaskell’s ‘The Poor Clare.’”
- Copy Editor, Friends of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Newsletter, July 2009 – Present.
- Judge, Scholastic Writing Awards, 2008 – Present.
- Lector, Our Lady of Good Hope Parish, September 2007 – Present.
- Board Member, Friends of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, June 2009 – June 2012.
View Dr. Ken Bugajski’s curriculum vitae.