Nicole Anderson Ellis, Associate Professor

Photo of Nicole Anderson Ellis
1015 Floyd Avenue
Richmond, VA 23284
Box 842015
naellis@vcu.edu

Professor Anderson Ellis received a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from UCLA, and Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from VCU.  Before coming to teach at VCU, Anderson Ellis taught environmental education and worked as a journalist/editor, living in San Francisco, Washington DC, North Alabama, and Richmond.  Anderson Ellis currently serves on VCU’s Sustainability Committee, is Vice-Chair of Henrico County’s Soil & Water Conservation District Board, and co-chair of the Route 5 Corridor Coalition.  A writer of both fiction and nonfiction, her work focuses on themes of sustainability.  Professor Anderson Ellis has been teaching critical thinking, ethical reasoning, and researched writing at VCU for more than a decade.

Virginia Commonwealth University

Department of Focused Inquiry

Harris Hall, 5th Floor
1015 Floyd Avenue
Box 842015
Richmond, Virginia 23284-2015

Phone: 804-827-0838

Updated: 6/10/2019
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