Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies
Assistant Director of Advising (Department of Language and Literature)
Faculty Senator (Department of Language and Literature)
Stefanie Frigo was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Before attending university, she spent time living and studying in Sierra Leone and France. After her completing her undergraduate degree in English Literature at Cambridge University, she taught English as a second language in Eastern Europe for three years. Dr. Frigo returned to university to complete her Master's and Ph.D. at Queen's University Belfast, graduating in 1999. After time spent as a teaching assistant in the Department of English at Queen's, she moved to the United States. Dr. Frigo spent four years at Georgia Southern University teaching linguistics and composition, and joined the Department of Language and Literature at NCCU in 2010. Dr. Frigo teaches linguistics courses as well as composition and technical writing.
In Composition: Internationalizing the Composition Classroom
In Linguistics: Forensic Linguistics, Last Statements from Death Row