Farrah R. Senn, MA, MPA, Ed.S, Ed.D
Assistant Professor of English
Coordinator of IE, Retention, and Planning
Farrah R. Senn holds an Ed. D in Higher Education Leadership, an MA in English, an MPA with a concentration in Political Science, and a bachelor's in Journalism. She currently teaches composition, American Literature, World Literature, Humanities and Education courses at Andrew College. She also serves on the Educational Program Committee and chairs the Retention Committee and the Institutional Effectiveness Committee. In addition, she is co-editor of the Andrew College literary journal, Spire Light: A Journal of Creative Expression. She previously served as the Learning Support Division Coordinator and co-chair of the QEP.
She has worked in print media as both a daily reporter and a weekly editor, has served as Director of Development and President of the Wilkinson County Chamber of Commerce, and worked for the University of Georgia as an Archway Professional doing special projects for government. She previously taught composition at Georgia Southern University in the Writing and Linguistics Department and taught composition and literature as Assistant Professor at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga., for three years.
While at BPC, she served as advisor to English majors, Sigma Tau Delta faculty representative, advisor to the student literary journal The Oracle, and as the Interim Chair of the Division of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences. She is a member of the Georgia Writer's Association, the F. Scott Fitzgerald International Society, and the Society for the Study of the Short Story, and is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Georgia Philological Association. Her research interests are American Literature and Creative Writing.