Suzanne Bellrichard grew up in southern Wisconsin and went to undergraduate school at Illinois Wesleyan University. She was especially interested in music, English literature, religion, and philosophy, graduating with a B.A. in English Literature. She was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow who received a Ford Foundation Grant to study in the Comparative Literature program at McGill University. Her area of emphasis was French and English nineteenth-century literature, and she completed all courses and comprehensive exams toward the doctorate there, leaving with "A.B.D." status.
Along with her education, Ms. Bellrichard values her international living, learning, and teaching experiences, especially those in Taipei, Taiwan, and in Beirut, Lebanon. She currently enjoys teaching English 101 and 102 in our English Department at MCC. In her time outside of class, she is minister of music at her church and a wildlife rehabilitator with the Michigan D.N.R.
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