Jill Colvin Jones

Professional History


                  Professor 2012-

    Director, Lucy Cross Center for Women and Their Allies, 2015-2016, 2017-2018  


Coordinator, Zora Neale Hurston Festival Academic Conference, Rollins College, 2018

Chair, Academic Affairs Committee, 2014-2015  

Academic Affairs Committee, 2014-2016 

President of the A & S faculty, Rollins College, 2011-2013

Chair, Executive Committee of the A & S Faculty, Rollins College, 2011-2013    


                  Associate Professor, Rollins College, 2003-2012    

   Chair, English Department, 2003-2005         

                  Editor, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature,  1999-2004.

                  Co-Editor, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature, 1998-1999


External Reviewer, Hood College, 2013 

                                 Sexuality, Women and Gender Studies Steering Committee, 2013-2018

Chair, AAC subcommittee to revise standards for the evaluation of teaching,  2010-2011        

                                 Retention and Advising Committee, 2011 

Chair, CEC, English Department (for Paul Reich) 2010, 2011        

Advisor, Sigma Tau Delta, 2007-2009         

Living and Learning Community Committee, 2007-2008         

Faculty Team Co-Chair for Maya Angelou panel, Colloquy 2006-2007         

Executive Board, Florida College English Association, 2009-2011    

                                                 Co-Director of the FCEA Conference at Rollins College, 2010

Humanities Division Chair, 2004-2005         

Board of Trustees, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society 2003-2005    

Humanities Division Chair, 2004-2005 

Board of Directors, Jack Kerouac Writer-in-Residence, 1997-1999 


Assistant Professor, Rollins College, 1996-2003  


Mentoring Team, 2000-2001         

Christian A. Johnson Steering Committee, 2000-2001         

Student Life Committee, 1999-2001         

Rollins College Program Advisory Committee, 1998-2000         

Mini-term Task Force, 1998

Women’s Studies Steering Committee, 1997-2000        

Maya Angelou Diversity Committee, 1996-1998

Thomas P. Johnson Learning Center Committee, 1997-1998        

English Association Advisor, 1996-1997        


University of New Hampshire, Lecturer, American Literature, 1992-1995, Teaching Assistant, 1985-1987    

Teaching Assistant, Tufts University, Composition and Rhetoric, Writing about Literature, Victorian Literature) 1988-1990   

Teacher, Winnacunnet High School, Hampton, New Hampshire, summer 1987  

Writing Workshop Facilitator, State of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, 1987

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