Paige Franklin

Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Curriculum, Policy, & Operations

Paige Franklin

Phone Numbers

202-651-5653 (V)
202-759-9068 (VP)



Hall Memorial Building 400E

Office Hours

Contact me to set up a time.

Degrees earned:

Ph.D. in English Literature and Language from George Washington University

MA in English Literature and Language from University of Maryland, College Park

MATESOL from American University

MA in Education: Deafness from Gallaudet University

BA in Psychology from Gallaudet University

Assists in maintaining the academic quality of undergraduate programs, and day-to-day operations; works with the school deans, the Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE), department chairs, program directors, faculty, the registrar's office, and other key offices to initiate, track, apply, and update undergraduate policies, procedures, and curriculum; monitors the undergraduate catalog for quality control and for consistency with actions approved by CUE and the faculty senate; monitors the curriculum and makes sure it is aligned with academic rigor; ensures that syllabi align with the curriculum; along with the departments, oversees the tracking of student progress and milestones from admissions to graduation; coordinates the oversight of the undergraduate students' academic integrity process; and supports the oversight of the Online Degree Completion Program.  

English as a Second Language courses, including ENG 50, 70, and 100.

Service courses, including GSR 102, 150, 210, and 220

Major-level courses, including American Literature and Introduction to Literary Theory

My teaching interests include intersectionality and race, gender, and class; American studies; and disability studies.

As a faculty member, I served on committees in the faculty governance including, Faculty Welfare Committee and Salary and Benefits Committee.  I also served as a Senate and as Secretary of Faculty Senate.  I served as temporary Vice Chair while the person was on sabbatical one semester.

Right now, I serve on the Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE) and Institutional Effectiveness Committee (IEC) as a non-voting administrative representative.

As a faculty member, I frequently presented at conventions and conferences, including Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), and Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC).  I was also invited to present at conferences as a panelist. 


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002