• Paul Hufker
  • Paul Hufker
  • Assistant Teaching Professor
  • At Rutgers Since: 2017
  • https://paulhufker.wixsite.com/paulhufker
  • Teaching_CV_For_Rutgers_paul_hufker_.pdf
  • About:

    Full-time Assistant Teaching Professor at Rutgers University, with equal expertise in both creative writing and playwriting, as well as on analytical writing: text analysis, English composition, collegiate paper preparation and writing, and rhetorical devices and strategies.  




    Rutgers University, Writing Program – 2017-Present

    *2017-2018 – Adjunct
    Teaching Instructor – Non-Tenure, Full-Time

    *2021-Present – Assistant Teaching Professor


    Brooklyn College, English Department, 2015-2017

    *Adjunct Professor of English Comp, Comparative Lit and Undergraduate Playwriting 




    *BFA in Theatrical Performance – Webster University 2005, Webster Groves, MO

    *MFA in Playwriting – Brooklyn College 2016, Brooklyn, NY

  • Research / Specialization:

    Creative Writing Bio:

    Paul has been an AEA actor, playwright and director in NYC for over 17 years. He is a proud graduate of Brooklyn College’s MFA playwriting program, under Mac Wellman and Erin Courtney.

    Paul has worked with theatre companies throughtout NYC and the United States.

    He is a 2018 Eugene O’Neill Prize Semi-Finalist, a 2016 Great Plains Theatre Conference invited playwright, a 2015 and 2016 Himan Brown Award winner (through Brooklyn College), a 2016 O’Neill Conference semi-finalist, a 2016 American Theatre in Higher Education Excellence in Playwriting Award finalist, a 2015 Jerome Fellowship finalist, a 2014 Princess Grace Award semi-finalist, and a 2011 O’Neill Conference semi-finalist. His plays have been produced in NYC, throughout the US, and in Toronto, Canada, as well as at MIT, the Museo Jumex in Mexico City and the Serpentine Gallery in London. He is currently a full-time Teaching Instructor at Rutgers University, in their Writing Program, and a proud graduate of Webster University where he received his BFA in theatrical performance.

  • Education:
    • BFA Webster University, 2005
    • MFA Brooklyn College, 2016
  • Courses Taught: