M.A. English, Florida Gulf Coast University, 2010
B.A. Communication/Journalism/Public Speaking/Rhetoric and Argumentation, Florida Gulf Coast University, 2005
A.A. General Studies, Edison Community College, 2003
Jeremy Pilarski specializes in writing, editing and composition as an adjunct faculty member in Hodges University’s Liberal Arts program. Teaching composition courses and tutoring students at Hodges since 2013, he also serves as an adjunct English professor at Florida Southwestern State College.
While receiving his associate degree, he was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and a participant in the Honors Scholar. He also received the Rose Kosche Scholarship for poetry and short fiction. Earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Florida Gulf Coast University, he wrote articles for the student newspaper, The Eagle, during his undergraduate years before going on to assist professors with various English courses and write essays about literary theory while in graduate school.
His role in academia not only includes Hodges University and Edison State College, but from 2014-2015, he was an adjunct professor at Southern Technical College.
In his free time, he enjoys reading, writing, editing, running, cycling, hiking and researching.