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English educator

Eleni Siatra, Greek, American English educator. Sinclair Memorial scholar, 1995-1996. Fulbright scholar, 1985-1986; recipient Gordon Wilson award, 1994, Student Choice Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member award Indiana University East, 2007. Fellow Phi Kappa Phi; member American Library Association, American Society 18th Century Studies, National Council Teachers English, Modern Language Association, International Society Study of European Ideas.

Background

Siatra, Eleni was born on October 22, 1961 in Kozani, Greece. Came to the United States, 1985. Daughter of Athanasios and Alexandra (Lanaras) Siatra.

Education

Bachelor of English, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1983. Master of Library Science, Kent State University, Ohio, 1986. Master of Arts in English, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1990.

Doctor of Philosophy in 18th Century English Literature, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2009.

Career

Teacher English as a 2d language Foreign Languages Institute, Kozani, Greece, 1983-1985. Assistant to director of ethnic studies center Kent (Ohio) State University, 1986, student reference assistant, 1985-1986, instructor, library administrator, 1987. Library readers' services Bloomsburg (Pennsylvania) University, 1987-1988.

Graduate research assistant Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1988-1990, King Library., Miami University, Oxford, 1990-1991. Coordinator, portfolio rater Miami University, 1994-1997, teaching associate, 1991-1994. Instructor English Indiana University East, Richmond, 2003—2005, reading laboratory coordinator tutorial services, 2005—2009, writing center coordinator, since 2010.

Visiting instructor Miami University, 1994-1997, teacher English as Second Language, Synchronon, Kozani, Greece, 1999-2001. Member College of Arts and Sciences Comparative Literature Committee, Miami University, 1995-1996.

Membership

Fellow Phi Kappa Phi. Member American Library Association, American Society 18th Century Studies, National Council Teachers English, Modern Language Association, International Society Study of European Ideas (workshop chair, 1996.

Connections

Married Todd Alan Reda, May 30, 1991.

father:
Athanasios Siatra

mother:
Alexandra (Lanaras) Siatra

spouse:
Todd Alan Reda