A former student at LBCC, Nicole Glick returned in 2000 as a faculty member. She graduated Cum Laude and earned her B.A. from UC Riverside as an English major and Women’s Studies minor. After earning her M.A. in English from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, she taught at the university and locally at Allan Hancock College. While pursuing her doctorate from UC Riverside, she taught at Orange Coast College and LBCC. She earned her Ph.D. in Fall 2004 and completed her dissertation, “Transformational Poetry: Ecofeminism in Jeffers, Snyder, Rich and Coleman.”
She enjoys teaching composition, particularly English 801AB and she often teaches creative writing and literature courses, developing a Special Topic English 2 on California Literature and regularly teaching English 41-Early American Literature. Students may find her at ongoing Writer’s Reading Series events with invited authors who read and share their work and involved with departmental and campus-wide activities. When not enjoying LBCC activities, you may find her surfing, traveling, hiking, or, most importantly, reading a good book.