Justina . Rompogren

Dept:
Arts, Humanities & Social Sci
Title:
FTF - English
Address:
9600 College Way N
Email:
Justina.Rompogren@seattlecolleges.edu
Campus:
North Seattle College
Mailstop:
3NC2312
Phone:

Courses

  • Course Title: English Composition I
  • Subject: ENGL&
  • Catalog #: 101
  • Credits: 5
  • Class Day: TTH
  • Start Time: 10:00 AM
  • End Time: 10:50 AM
  • Building: College Center (NS0CC)
  • Room: 3445
  • Section: WRH3
  • Class#: 15817
  • Course Title: Supporting College Writing
  • Subject: ENGL
  • Catalog #: 99
  • Credits: 5
  • Class Day: TTH
  • Start Time: 09:00 AM
  • End Time: 09:50 AM
  • Building: College Center (NS0CC)
  • Room: 3445
  • Section: WRH2
  • Class#: 15801
  • Course Title: Composition Ii
  • Subject: ENGL&
  • Catalog #: 102
  • Credits: 5
  • Class Day: ARR
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Building: Online (NSONL)
  • Room:
  • Section: D4
  • Class#: 22878
  • Course Title: English Composition I
  • Subject: ENGL&
  • Catalog #: 101
  • Credits: 5
  • Class Day: MTWT
  • Start Time: 10:00 AM
  • End Time: 10:50 AM
  • Building: College Center (NS0CC)
  • Room: 3349
  • Section: H3
  • Class#: 22780

Personal Statement

Personal Statement

Hello! I've been a faculty member in the English Department at North Seattle since 2017. I'm passionate about the teaching of writing - I recognize how difficult it is for many students (and myself, at times!) to write papers, so I do my best to teach students writing skills by giving concrete examples, guides, and lots of practice. Before coming to North, I taught writing classes at the University of Washington, Tacoma Community College, Pacific Lutheran University, and King Mongkut's University in Bangkok, Thailand, and I love meeting new, diverse students each quarter. At North, I mostly teach composition classes and technical writing, and I like to incorporate topics related to science fiction, technology, and social relationships whenever possible!

Curriculum Vitae

PhD in English (Language & Rhetoric), University of Washington, 2017; MA in English (Language & Rhetoric), University of Washington, 2012; BA in Linguistics, University of Washington, 2010; AA from Tacoma Community College, 2006.