Jackie Herbers
Director, Core Curriculum
Associate Professor, English and World Languages
School of Humanities
MRC 539


Jackie Herbers is an assistant professor of English who has over ten years of experience in Viterbo’s English department. In August 2019, she earned her PhD in Language and Literacy from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. The pursuit of her doctoral degree culminated in her dissertation titled, “The Role of News Media in Constructing Gender, Politics, and the Presidency.”  In her time at Viterbo, she has taught first-year composition courses, Franciscan Values and Traditions, and a range of other writing courses related to argument, journalism, and professional and technical writing.  On campus, she is active in helping to create the First-year Experience for incoming students, supporting faculty in their teaching as the director of composition and core curriculum director, and serving as the former advisor for the student newspaper, Lumen.