Daniel Tulino, M.A.

Daniel Tulino, M.A.

Daniel Tulino. M.A.
Professor in Residence


Contact Info
856-256-4798
Herman D. James Hall 2072

Biography

Professor Daniel Tulino is a Professor-In-Residence for the Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Education Department and an instructor in the Interdisciplinary and Inclusive Education Department.  He is also a PhD student in the Rowan College of Education with a specialization in Literacy.  He received his B.A. in English, his M.A. in English Writing, and his M.F.A. in Professional and Creative Writing from William Paterson University.  He currently teaches one section of Teaching in Learning Communities II: Elementary and will serve as a PIR at Quarter Mile Lane School in Bridgeton.  Mr. Tulino has also served as an ELA teacher and the ELA Specialist in the Irvington Public Schools for ten years prior to coming to Rowan University and taught English Composition I and II at Passaic County Community College, for the past five years.  His research and work focuses on improving literacy in underserved communities.