Zack Stoycoff ’11, BA Liberal Arts
Government Affairs Director, Tulsa Chamber

Dr. Emily Dial-Driver

Dr. Emily Dial-Driver“Every job I’m aware of requires communication skills, both oral and written; every job requires critical and creative thinking. These are the skills that English and Humanities fosters in students. Most of the department’s faculty members are actively publishing, and all of the faculty are engaged with and dedicated to student success. Together, these efforts contribute to positioning students for success in a changing global environment.” More About Dr. Dial-Driver


Holly Bates
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts: English

Holly Bates“The English and Humanities Department prepared me for my career by providing me opportunities and teaching me skills that would help me follow my passions. I really enjoyed how the department fostered both academics and community, and I always felt comfortable asking questions. Though the writing skills and articulations have helped me immeasurably, the most valuable skill I gained is the ability to critically analyze information and make decisions based on critical thought. Additionally, studying abroad opened my eyes to the beauty of travel, and interning through The Washington Center led to my career working with the federal government. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the support and encouragement of my department and my professors.”