Rob Fox, MFA
Teaching Faculty, BA in Liberal Studies
, MA in Nonprofit Management and MA in Psychology
(310) 578-1080 ext. 232EMAIL
My call to teaching began with InsideOUT Writers at Central Juvenile Hall in 2004 when I began working with incarcerated youth. In the halls I became witness to the power of teaching and the ability to change the course of a life in dramatic fashion. I became compelled to teach as a career after my experience inside Juvenile Hall. Written words unlock minds and make new worlds ready for exploration. All one needs is the blank space of the page to do it. As a writer of creative nonfiction, the kids I work with showed me the power self-expression through the written word can bring to an individual.
I discovered my own writing talents as an undergraduate student at Antioch University Los Angeles and obtained both my BA and MFA degrees at AULA. Currently, I am Teaching Faculty for the undergraduate program and continue my work within the Los Angeles Juvenile Justice System teaching self-reflective prose and poetry. My own writing has been published in the NY Times, LA Weekly, The Wazoo Journal and other publications around the country. I am currently finishing my memoir “Drinking Buddy.”
BA in Liberal Studies, Antioch University Los Angeles
MFA in Creative Nonfiction, Antioch University Los Angeles
Girls & Gangs Advocacy Project: Promoting Gender –Responsive Services for Girls in the Los Angeles County
Juvenile Justice System: A Review of Cross-Agency Collaboration & Promising Practices
Juvenile justice, true rehabilitation through self-expressive writing
Juvenile justice, treatment of teenage sex workers in the LA County juvenile justice system; Do we view teenage female sex workers through a criminal lens, or one of mental health?
Academic and Creative Nonfiction writing.
Academic Writing (ENG 359)
Style and Argument (ENG 294)
Voice and Style (ENG 290)
Educational Foundations (EDU 380)
Topic: Write This Way
October 6, 2015