OCCC Faculty

Jeff Provine

Professor of English
Division of Arts, English, and Humanities
Programs: English

Courses Taught

English Composition I & II
Mythology
Comparative Religions

Biography

Jeff Provine grew up on the family's Land Run farm outside Enid, Oklahoma. Jeff has always sought to be well rounded, graduating the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics before minoring in Classics, spending a year abroad, and then gaining his master's in Professional Writing from OU's Gaylord College of Journalism & Mass Communication. While completing his master's, Jeff was asked to teach English Composition courses at OU, which began his career as an educator and trainer. In addition to teaching, Jeff writes. He's published a steampunk trilogy, a young adult science fiction adventure, a treasury of illustrated urban legends, and four collections of spooky folklore from central Oklahoma. In 2017, Jeff founded Okie Comics Magazine, a quarterly anthology of comics all made by Oklahomans with the stories set in Oklahoma. Jeff lives in Norman with his wife Courtney and their houseful of zany animals.

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Email: jeffrey.r.provine@occc.edu
Phone: (405) 682-1611, ext 7141
Office location: VPA, Room 150
Office hours:

Please refer to your syllabus for my office hours. Please email me or give me a call. That contact information is provided on this page. Or contact the Division of Arts, English, and Humanities at 405-682-7558 to get my current office hours.

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