Author: Sue Hill

Our 100th PhD Graduate

Steve Markve
Steve Markve

Each year in the Department of Humanities we award PhD degrees to five or six graduates who go on to productive careers as scholars and teachers in universities in the United States and abroad. One typical case is that of Steve Markve (PhD in Rhetoric and Technical Communication, 2014), who successfully defended his doctoral dissertation this July and took a position as assistant professor at the University of Qatar. But there is one thing that sets Steve apart from the other graduating PhD students this summer—he happened to be the 100th PhD graduate since the program began in 1989. Congratulations to Steve, and to the RTC graduate program as well!


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