MissO Bio


I am a full time educator nearing the completion of my second MA degree, and a published historian. Since 2006 I’ve taught several, secondary social science courses, including World History, USI & II, Sociology, Historiography, and World Concepts & Themes, and I was awarded the NJ Governor Recognition Teacher of the Year Award in 2009.

After completing my Undergrad at NYU, where I graduated with honors as a Founder’s Day Scholar, I embarked on my Graduate Studies at WPU where I earned my MA History 2014, and immediately began the MFA program.

While my academic interests are varied, ranging from Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Europe, to the Roaring Twenties, my passion has always been stirred by the art, literature, architecture, and social culture of the aforementioned. I’ve also a penchant for women’s and religious studies.

I love to travel as much as I love to be home spending time with my family.

I love to learn.

Life’s best students make the best teachers.

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About Eileen Opromollo

Eileen is a veteran-educator, published historian and digital content-creator, with an MA History and MFA in Creative and Professional Writing. Her coursework at New York University and William Paterson University has inspired and honed her skills as a researcher, editor, writer, and critical and creative thinking. Her career experience has merited her expert communications and management expertise, and an aptitude for distilling information into clear, concise summaries and presentations. Her passion and practice have earned her academic and professional accolades, including the NYU Founder's Day Scholar Award, Phi Alpha Theta membership, and the NJ Governor Teacher Recognition Teach of the Year Award. Eileen is, above all, a storyteller and ardent fan of the human spirit. Her self-proclaimed best accomplishments are those of her students.
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1 Response to MissO Bio

  1. I love your stories about Paterson’s history. I am no great writer but also love the history of this great city.

    I have a website about the city in which I try to pass on some of the information I have gathered about Paterson’s history. I have also gathered a large collection of books and memorabilia about Paterson.
    If you are interested in seeing any of this material let me know.

    Rich

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