After 40 years of teaching at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), English lecturer Marsha Kruger is retiring this spring. Marsha has taught thousands of students over the years, primarily in UNO's first-year writing sequence, but also in literature and business writing. She is a Thompson Learning Community faculty member, and she also taught in the First-Year Experience (FYE) program with Marti Rosen-Atherton for many years.
Marsha helped to develop and direct UNO's Writing Center, and she served as Associate Director of the Writing Center for four years. She has served in the Women's and Gender Studies program, worked with the College of Business, and also served on the Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women. As a long-time member of UNO's First-Year Writing Committee, she led curriculum development and mentored countless graduate teaching assistants and new instructors.
She earned the College of Arts and Sciences' Outstanding Lecturer award, and she also received a teaching award from Project Achieve.
Please join the Department of English in wishing Marsha a wonderful retirement. In lieu of an open house celebration, the Department of English invites the UNO community to send good wishes to Marsha at email@example.com.