Rhetorical Future at ACU

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Meet Gregory Jeffers, one of English’s graduating seniors. Set to graduate with university honors this month, Greg has prepared himself well for the future. This fall, he will begin the English master’s program at ACU with a concentration in Composition and Rhetoric.

Four Years Well Spent

Greg has taken particular care to¬†develop his conference skills, representing ACU at the regional Honors conference, presenting a paper on oppression and rebellion in American novels. He also participated in this year’s Undergraduate Research Festival and presented on the Study Abroad experience for the Office of Multicultural Education.

Volunteering is important to Greg. With over 120 hours of volunteer service logged with the Office of Service Learning, his efforts have¬†included cooking Thanksgiving dinner for refugees, visiting the Ronald McDonald house, and working with children’s activities at church and ACU.

Greg’s employment history while at ACU includes two years of working for the Honors College, during which time he has been a Peer Leader for the Honors Freshman Cornerstone class. Last summer, he worked in Sugar Land, Texas with First Colony Church of Christ as a children’s ministry intern.


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