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Allen Durgin
Amber Paulen

Amira Silver-Swartz
Asya Sagnak

Briana Wood
Bridget Potter
Campbell Campbell
C.K. Kirch
Carin Jean White
Celine Aenlle-Rocha
Conor Macvarish
Dasharah Green
Ellie Windsor
Emily Foster
Evan Lim
Helen Ruger
Isabelle Pride
Jason Ueda, coordinator  
Joey De Jesus
Kaneisha Gaston-Ahrin
Kevin Wang

Kimia Heydari
Kirkwood Adams
Kit Klippenstein
Lauren Horst
Lin King
M Constantine
Maria Baker
Nicole Kohut
Niki Cunningham
Rory Macleod
Shyanne Bennett
Stephanie Philp
Steve Preskill
Sue Mendelsohn, director
Thom May
Tyler Campbell
Valerie Jacobs
Vero Montanez
Yousef Tehrani

Allen Durgin

Bio forthcoming

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Amber Paulen

Amber received her MFA in fiction from Columbia University after graduating with a BA from Columbia's School of General Studies. Her writing has been published in print and around the internet, and she is currently writing on a novel in stories. She enjoys working one-on-one with writers in all stages of the process and facilitating the transformation from a tangle to clarity.

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Amira Silver-Swartz

Amira Silver-Swartz holds a BA in linguistics from Swarthmore College and an MA in Communication from UC San Diego. She has done research in comparative sign language linguistics; her overall focus is on language in connection to culture and identity. Her graduate studies include work in the fields of critical theory, political philosophy, sociology and anthropology, communication and media studies, gender and sexuality, education, and disability studies. At the Writing Center, Amira especially enjoys brainstorming, working on writing practices, and discussing conventions of standardized academic English. She spends her free time exploring the city, going to art museums, embroidering, baking, and over-analyzing jokes.

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Asya Sagnak

Bio forthcoming

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Briana Wood

Briana Wood is a senior majoring in African American and African diaspora studies, with a focus on literature, and minoring in public health. On campus, she is on the boards of the Black Students’ Organization and Proud Colors, and she co-hosts a southern hip-hop radio show on WBAR. She loves reading and writing about literature of all genres, and Black literature holds a special place in her heart. Specialties: African American studies, American literature, Art Humanities, business & professional writing, literary analysis, Literature Humanities, Music Humanities, sociology, University Writing.

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Bridget Potter

Bridget Potter, a writer, has a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Columbia and an MFA in Literary Nonfiction from Columbia’s School of the Arts. She taught University Writing at Columbia for three years, and conducted memoir-writing workshops for the Columbia Summer High School program. Her essays have been published in Guernica, Quarto, Best American Essays and Windmill. She has reviewed books for Publishers Weekly and The Wall Street Journal. Before entering GS at Columbia, she had a long career in television, as an executive and also as a producer, most prominently as the head of Original Programming at HBO. Specialties: anthropology, application essays, arts criticism, Art Humanities, comparative literature, Contemporary Civilization, creative writing, dissertation writing, fellowship applications, film & media studies, journalism, literary nonfiction, Literature Humanities, personal statements, sociology, theatre/playwriting, screenwriting, master’s thesis writing, University Writing.

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Campbell Campbell

Campbell Campbell is a senior at Columbia University studying English and philosophy and working on her senior thesis, “Mysticism and Eros in Anne Carson’s Poetry.” She is a Managing Editor for the Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism, where she interviews her favorite writers and writes book reviews on queer fiction, language poetry, and upmarket women’s fiction, and she has interned at BOMB magazine and McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern and hopes to pursue a career in publishing following undergrad. In her free time, she can be found photographing parts of New York City or practicing her bartending skills. Specialties: American literature, application essays, art history, Art Humanities, British literature, comparative literature, creative writing, critical theory, fiction, gender studies, grammar, journalism, literary analysis, nonfiction, Literature Humanities, personal statements, philosophy, poetry, University Writing, linguistic diversity, critical race studies, psychoanalysis, postmodern poetics, and affect theory.

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Carin Jean White

Carin Jean White is a visual artist and theatre director. She holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from Columbia University. www.carinjeanwhite.com Specialties: application essays, business & professional writing, comics & graphic novels, creative writing, critical theory, dissertation writing, fellowship applications, fiction, film & media studies, job search materials, journalism, literary nonfiction, mixed media/genre projects, multimedia composing, personal statements, proposal & grant writing, research, theatre, playwriting, screenwriting, master’s thesis writing, translation studies.

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C.K. Kirch (CK) 

Catherine Kirch (CK) earned her BA in English Literature and Cognitive Science at Boston University, and her MFA in Fiction Writing at Columbia University, where she also taught University Writing: Readings in Data Science and Engineering. CK has worked in an editorial capacity for various publications, including Columbia: A Journal of Literature and ArtApogee JournalTri-City Voice Newspaper, and The Morningside Review. She is particularly interested in cross-disciplinary work, especially between the arts/humanities and the sciences. Specialties: music, University Writing, creative writing, job application materials, fellowship applications, science writing, literary analysis, film analysis, psychology, neuroscience.

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Celine Aenlle-Rocha

Celine Aenlle-Rocha is a writer and MFA candidate in fiction at Columbia University, where she teaches University Writing: Readings in Race & Ethnicity and is a Lead Teaching Fellow for the Center for Teaching & Learning. She has worked in an editorial capacity at The Kenyon Review, Columbia Journal, and The Morningside Review, and her creative writing has appeared in Joyland, Nimrod International Journal, Tahoma Literary Review, The Acentos Review, Puerto del Sol, Pigeon Pages, Fatal Flaw, The Suburban Review, and Solar Journal. Celine is the recipient of the 2021 Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Fiction, as well as residencies from the Fairhope Center and Art Farm. She has taught high school Spanish and, after attending the Columbia Publishing Course, worked in academic book marketing at Oxford University Press on music, film, and linguistics titles. Her pedagogy centers on linguistic and racial justice in the composition and creative writing classrooms. When not writing or teaching, Celine enjoys knitting, sewing, and traveling. Specialties: application essays, creative writing, fiction, linguistics, personal statements, University Writing.

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Conor Macvarish

Bio forthcoming

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Dasharah Green

Bio forthcoming

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Ellie Windsor

Ellie is a senior in Columbia College pursuing a creative writing major and mathematics concentration. As a creative writer, she focuses on fiction and nonfiction, especially flash fiction and short form creative nonfiction, and serves as managing editor at 4x4 magazine on campus. She is also experienced with writing analytical English papers, papers for Core classes, and mathematical proofwriting. She is particularly interested in unusual literary forms and the intersection between writing and mathematics. Specialties: creative writing, fiction, grammar, literary analysis, nonfiction, Literature Humanities, personal statements, University Writing, mathematics writing.

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Emily Foster

Emily Foster is a PhD candidate here at Columbia, writing her dissertation on the unfinished 19th century novel. She has seven years of writing consulting experience, starting when she was an undergraduate at Cornell University. She has an M.A. in English Education from Stanford University, as well as an M.A. and an M.Phil in English Literature from Columbia. She’s also a Graduate Teaching Fellow and has taught University Writing several times, as well as Columbia’s introduction to the English major, “Literary Texts, Critical Methods.” She lives with her husband and her two cats, Prickles and Moo. Specialties: application essays, British literature, comparative literature, dissertation writing, ESL, literary analysis, personal statements, master’s thesis writing, University Writing.

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Evan Lim

Evan is a member of the Columbia College class of 2023. He's majoring in English with a special concentration in sustainable development. He's passionate about mitigating climate change and leaving the planet better than he found it. He's also a member of Columbia SHARP, an a cappella group on campus. Specialties:

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Helen Ruger

Helen Ruger is a senior at Columbia College studying classics, with supplementary interests in gender studies, affect theory, and psychology. Her academic interests center on gender within ancient literature, as well as reader response to literary and material archives.

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Isabelle Pride

Isabelle is a senior in Columbia College. She studies English and the special concentration in business management. A lifelong performer and performing arts enthusiast, her academic interests center around dramatic literature and musical theatre. Specialties: application essays, Art Humanities, grammar, Literature Humanities, musical theatre, personal statements, theatre/playwriting, University Writing.

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Jason Takayuki Ueda
Jason Takayuki Ueda is coordinator of the writing center. Previously, he has taught composition and worked as a writing consultant at various universities in the city. His interests include modern and contemporary poetry, Japanese medieval history, labor studies, media and culture, cooking, and bike riding. Jason received a BA from Hunter College and an MFA in poetry from The New School. Specialties: American literature, Art Hum, British literature, close reading strategies, comparative literature, East Asian studies, grammar, Lit Hum, MLA style, personal statements and application essays, poetry, University Writing, long projects, American studies.

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Joey De Jesus

Joey De Jesus is the author of HOAX (The Operating System, 2021) and two chapbooks: We Animate the Dream: A Poet’s Run for Public Office (Mount Analog Political Pamphlet Series, 2021) and NOCT- The Threshold of Madness (The Atlas Review, 2019). Joey received the 2019-20 BRIC ArtFP Project Room Commission and 2017 NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Poetry. Poems have appeared widely in print and online and have been installed in Artists Space, The New Museum, and elsewhere. Joey is a co-editor at Apogee Journal and sits on the advisory board of No, Dear Magazine. Joey lives in Ridgewood, Queens, where they ran a competitive abolitionist campaign for New York State Assembly District 38 in 2020. Joey holds a M.A. in Performance Studies from New York University, a M.F.A. in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College and a B.A. from Oberlin College. Specialties: African American studies, American literature, American studies, application essays, Art Humanities, British literature, comparative literature, creative writing, critical theory, dissertation writing, fellowship applications, fiction, and gender.

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Kaneisha Gaston

Kaneisha Gaston is an Undergraduate Services Librarian at Columbia. She has taught K-12 ELA and worked as a college instructor. Her background is in English, Africana studies, and library science. When she isn't walking quickly through the halls of Butler Library, you can find her browsing Black Digital Humanities projects online, giving her money to bookstores, or exploring sneaker collections. Specialties: African American studies, APA style, fiction, job search materials, literary analysis, nonfiction, Literature Humanities, personal statements, research, University Writing.

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Kevin Wang

Kevin Wang is a writer, translator, and MFA candidate in nonfiction at Columbia University, where he teaches University Writing: Readings in Film & Performing Arts. He has a BA in English from Skidmore College, where he was a writing center tutor for three years. Outside the writing center, Kevin is an amateur tarot reader, Bike Angel, and bird watcher. Specialties: application essays, business & professional writing, Chinese, creative writing, ESL, fiction, literary analysis, nonfiction, music, personal statements, poetry, translation studies, University Writing.

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Kimia Heydari

Kimia studies biology and English. Her research attempts to create models that explain the progression of blindness in humans. She loves to explore contemporary visual artists and their newest endeavors in the city. Specialties: American literature, application essays, Art Humanities, comparative literature, fellowship applications, Music Humanities, University Writing.

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Kirkwood Adams

Kirkwood is a lecturer in Writing Center, working with the Writing Guide program. He has taught composition at Fordham, College of Staten Island, FIT, Yeshiva and elsewhere. Before living in New York, Kirkwood taught at an elementary school in Boston. Back then, he was also a docent in the Gallery Instructors Program at the Museum of Fine Arts. He has an MFA in poetry. And he makes collages. Specialties: application essays, Art Humanities, Literature Humanities, personal statements, poetry, University Writing

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Kit Klippenstein

Chris Klippenstein, known as "Kit" in the Writing Center, is a PhD candidate in the Department of English at Columbia University. She works primarily with Renaissance drama, but her other particular interests include medieval literature, film, critical race theory, and linguistic and structural approaches to texts. In a former life, Kit was an award-winning poet and playwright. She is now an actor and a garment-maker who can often be found trawling the Garment District for the perfect feathered trim. Specialties: Chicago Style, creative writing, critical theory, dissertation writing, fiction, film & media studies, gender studies, linguistics, literary analysis, MLA style, poetry, research, theatre/playwriting, screenwriting, master’s thesis writing, University Writing.

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Lauren Horst

Bio forthcoming

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Lin King

Lin King is a writer and translator currently is pursuing an MFA at Columbia University, where she teaches University Writing. Links to her work can be found at http://lin-king.net. She earned her BA in English at Princeton University, where she minored in East Asian studies and creative writing and worked as a Writing Center consultant. Specialties: application essays, comparative literature, creative writing, East Asian studies, fiction, literary analysis, mixed media/genre projects, translation studies, University Writing.

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M Constantine

M Constantine is a writer, editor, and scholar working across art and anthropology. Their research examines how language has increasingly come to mediate the material conditions of collective life and critical aesthetic practice in Berlin's contemporary art worlds. M is also an instructor in the Undergraduate Writing Program, where they teach Contemporary Essays, with an emphasis on theories of language and power. Their pedagogy supports students in mobilizing their own linguistic diversity as resources in collective learning. M loves playing soccer, making ceramics, and watching sci-fi. Specialties: anthropology, art history, Art Humanities, Chicago style, comparative literature, creative writing, critical theory, dissertation writing, film & media studies, gender studies, linguistics, mixed media/genre projects, poetry, University Writing.

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Maria Baker

Maria Baker is a writer of drama, fiction, and cultural criticism, as well as a translator. At the University of Vienna, she focused on German Philology, Theatre & Media Studies and eventually completed her B.A. in the US in English Literature and Creative Writing. She holds an MFA in Writing from Pratt Institute where she co-developed and teaches two Undergraduate Integrative Courses. She’s the facilitator of an on-going writing workshop for senior citizens in Brooklyn and a founder of the writers' collective Verbal Supply Company. Specialties: arts criticism, Art Humanities, creative writing, fiction, film & media studies, German, literary nonfiction, Literature Humanities, poetry, theatre/playwriting/, screenwriting, translation studies, multilingual approaches.

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Nicole Kohut

Bio forthcoming

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Niki Cunningham

Niki Cunningham began her academic journey in two departments: Women’s Studies and Modern Culture and Media. She then did graduate work in modern studies where she focused on historiography and popular culture. She also completed an MPH in the history and ethics of public health and medicine at Columbia. Along the way, she taught college writing and courses in the Holocaust and representation. For the past 17 years, she has been a preprofessional advisor at Columbia where she has focused on working with students on the writing required for professional school applications. In her free time, she enjoys building Legos with a certain 2nd grader.

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Rory Macleod

Bio forthcoming

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Shyanne Figueroa Bennett

Shyanne Figueroa Bennett is a Brooklyn poet with roots in Panama, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico. Her work has been published in various journals and magazines, including Green Mountains Review, Oversound, The Acentos Review, Tribes, and The New York Quarterly. She graduated with an MFA in Writing from Columbia University, where she was a recipient of a Chair’s Fellowship and a Creative Writing Teaching Fellowship. Recently, she was awarded a Fulbright grant to Panama.

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Stephanie Philp

Bio forthcoming

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Steve Preskill

Steve Preskill was a professor of education for many years, specializing in the history of American education and leadership studies. He has a Ph.D. in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Illinois. More recently, he acquired an MFA in Nonfiction Writing from Columbia University. He is currently doing research for a biography of one of his heroes – Myles Horton of the Highlander Folk School. He is delighted to be working in the Writing Center as a writing consultant. Specialties: American studies, history, research, biography and leadership studies

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Sue Mendelsohn, director

Dr. Sue Mendelsohn is the director of the Writing Center and the Associate Director of Columbia's Undergraduate Writing Program. She's taught writing and rhetorical theory for two decades and is co-author with Aaron Ritzenberg of the writing handbook How Scholars Write (Oxford 2021). Her research uncovers the history of writing instruction for African-American college students during the Jim Crow era. Specialties: University Writing, dissertation writing, research, the writing process strategies, personal statements, and application materials.

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Thom May

Thom May is an associate consultant at the Writing Center. He holds an MPhil in English from the University of Cambridge and an MFA in Writing from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was a fellow at the Michener Center for Writers until 2019. In recent years he has taught writing at Cornell University, Baruch College, New York University, and New York City College of Technology, developing classes focused on visual rhetoric, political aesthetics, media representation, advertising, labor, and internet culture. His research-driven plays have been performed in London, Cambridge, Edinburgh, and Texas. Specialties: application essays, business & professional writing, creative writing, dissertation writing, fiction, film & media studies, international relations, job search materials, legal writing, literary analysis, nonfiction, Literature Humanities, MLA style, personal statements, science & technical writing, theatre/playwriting, screenwriting, master’s thesis writing, University Writing.

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Tyler Campbell

Tyler is a writer, educator, and organizer hailing from the city of Philadelphia. He is currently a senior in Columbia College double majoring in creative writing and African-American studies. Outside of Columbia, Tyler is a community journalist with the Philadelphia Credible Messengers project, working on a long-form project to tell the story of how gun violence and trauma affect the lives of Black men in the city. Tyler’s interests include (but are not limited to) Black cultural politics, popular culture, education justice, and literature. At the heart of all his projects is a commitment to unpacking the nuances of Black life in America as portrayed through art and cultural production while also engaging questions about human intentionality, identities, and cultural history. In 2018 he self-published his debut chap book, What Would Malcolm X Do with an IPhone? When not in class or politicking with strangers on the street, he can be found perusing through local bookstores or on the basketball court running 5 on 5 with pretty much anyone.

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Valerie Seiling Jacobs
Valerie Seiling Jacobs holds an MFA in nonfiction from Columbia University and a JD from Cornell University. Before returning to academia, she practiced law for more than twenty years. She has experience teaching academic, creative, and legal writing. She is a former UWP instructor and previously served on the editorial board of The Morningside Review. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and other publications. Specialties: University Writing, dissertation and thesis writing, business & professional writing, literary nonfiction, law, research-based writing, and journalism.

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Vero Montanez

Vero Montanez is an undergraduate studying creative writing and ethnicity and race studies. They primarily write fiction and have been published in 4x4 Magazine. They are passionate about anti-racism within creative writing workshops and creating safe spaces for queer youth of color. In their free time, Vero enjoys listening to music, strength training, and watching The Great British Bake-Off. Specialties: American literature, application essays, Art Humanities, creative writing, fellowship applications, fiction, film & media studies, gender studies, literary analysis, nonfiction, Literature Humanities, mixed media/genre projects, Music Humanities, personal statements, poetry, screenwriting, University Writing.

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Yousef Tehrani

Yousef Tehrani is a teacher, writer, and musician with a master’s in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) and a bachelor's in dance. He has been teaching and consulting with writers since 2009 and has presented at national and regional writing center conferences. His specialties are non-native and non-traditional students, blocked or anxious writers, creative process, and grammar. He writes in English and Persian and speaks Spanish and Turkish. His own creative process is an integration of dance, mountaineering, music, and language.

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Specialties

affect theory: Campbell Campbell

African American studies: Briana Wood, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Tyler Campbell, 

American literature: Amber Paulen, Briana Wood, Campbell Campbell, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kimia Heydari, Tyler Campbell,
Vero Montanez

American studies: Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Stephen Preskill,

anthropology: Amira Silver-Swartz, Bridget Potter, M Constantine, 

APA style: Kaneisha Gaston, Sue Mendelsohn

application essays: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Emily Foster, Isabelle Pride, Joey De Jesus, Kevin Wang, Kimia Heydari, Lin King, Niki Cunningham, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Sue Mendelsohn, Thom May, Vero Montanez

art criticism: M Constantine, Maria Baker,

art history: Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, M Constantine, Tyler Campbell,

Art Humanities: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Briana Wood, Bridget Potter, Campbell Campbell, Isabelle Pride, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kimia Heydari, Kirkwood Adams, M Constantine, Maria Baker, Vero Montanez

Asian American studies:

Associated Press style:

astronomy:

biography: Stephen Preskill

British literature: Amber Paulen, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Emily Foster, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, 

business & professional writing: Amira Silver-Swartz, Briana Wood, Carin Jean White, Kevin Wang, Niki Cunningham, Thom May, Valerie Seiling Jacobs

chemistry:

Chicago style: Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Helen Ruger,

Chinese: Kevin Wang

Close reading: Amira Silver-Swartz

comparative literature: Campbell Campbell, Emily Foster, Helen Ruger, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kimia Heydari, Lin King, M Constantine, Tyler Campbell,

Contemporary Civilization: Bridget Potter,

creative writing: Amber Paulen, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, C.K. Kirch, Ellie Windsor, Joey De Jesus, Kevin Wang, Kit Klippenstein, Lin King, Maria Baker, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Thom May, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

critical race studies: Campbell Campbell,

critical theory: Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Joey De Jesus, Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Niki Cunningham, Tyler Campbell,

dissertation writing: Carin Jean White, Emily Foster, Joey De Jesus, Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Sue Mendelsohn, Thom May, Valerie Seiling Jacobs

East Asian studies: Jason Ueda, Lin King,

economics:

environmental writing: Yousef Tehrani

ESL: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Emily Foster, Kevin Wang, Yousef Tehrani

Farsi: Kimia Heydari

fellowship applications: Amira Silver-Swartz, Carin Jean White, C.K. Kirch, Joey De Jesus, Kimia Heydari, Niki Cunningham, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Sue Mendelsohn, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

fiction: Amber Paulen, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Ellie Windsor, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kevin Wang, Kit Klippenstein, Lin King, Maria Baker, Thom May, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

film & media studies: Amira Silver-Swartz, Bridget Potter, Carin Jean White, C.K. Kirch, Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Maria Baker, Niki Cunningham, Thom May, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

French: Kimia Heydari

gender studies: Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, Helen Ruger, Joey De Jesus, Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Niki Cunningham, Vero Montanez

German: Maria Baker,

grammar: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, Ellie Windsor, Isabelle Pride, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Yousef Tehrani

history: Amira Silver-Swartz, Helen Ruger, Joey De Jesus, Niki Cunningham, Stephen Preskill, Tyler Campbell,

international relations: Joey De Jesus, Thom May,

job search materials: Amira Silver-Swartz, Carin Jean White, C.K. Kirch, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Sue Mendelsohn, Thom May,

journalism: Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Joey De Jesus, Tyler Campbell, Valerie Seiling Jacobs, 

linguistics: Amira Silver-Swartz, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Tyler Campbell, Yousef Tehrani

leadership studies: Stephen Preskill

legal writing: Joey De Jesus, Thom May, Valerie Seiling Jacobs

letters of interest: Joey De Jesus, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett

literary analysis: Amira Silver-Swartz, Briana Wood, Campbell Campbell, C.K. Kirch, Ellie Windsor, Emily Foster, Helen Ruger, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kevin Wang, Kit Klippenstein, Lin King, Niki Cunningham, Thom May, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez, Yousef Tehrani

Literature Humanities: Amber Paulen, Briana Wood, Bridget Potter, Campbell Campbell, Ellie Windsor, Helen Ruger, Isabelle Pride, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kirkwood Adams, Maria Baker, Thom May, Vero Montanez, Yousef Tehrani

master’s thesis writing: Amira Silver-Swartz, Carin Jean White, Emily Foster, Joey De Jesus, Kit Klippenstein, Stephen Preskill, Sue Mendelsohn, Thom May,

mathematics writing: Ellie Windsor

medicine & nursing: Niki Cunningham

mixed media/genre projects: Carin Jean White, Joey De Jesus, Lin King, M Constantine, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

MLA style: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Jason Ueda, Kit Klippenstein, Thom May,

multilingual writing: Campbell Campbell, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Maria Baker

music: C.K. Kirch, Kevin Wang, Tyler Campbell, Yousef Tehrani

musical theatre: Isabelle Pride

Music Humanities: Amber Paulen, Briana Wood, Kimia Heydari, Vero Montanez, Yousef Tehrani

neuroscience: C.K. Kirch,

nonfiction: Amber Paulen, Bridget Potter, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Ellie Windsor, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kevin Wang, Maria Baker, Stephen Preskill, Thom May, Tyler Campbell, Valerie Seiling Jacobs, Vero Montanez, Yousef Tehrani

Persian: Yousef Tehrani

personal statements: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Bridget Potter, Campbell Campbell, Carin Jean White, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Ellie Windsor, Emily Foster, Isabelle Pride, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kevin Wang, Niki Cunningham, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Sue Mendelsohn, Thom May, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

philosophy: Amira Silver-Swartz, Campbell Campbell, Joey De Jesus,

poetry: Campbell Campbell, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kevin Wang, Kit Klippenstein, M Constantine, Maria Baker, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Tyler Campbell, Vero Montanez

proposal & grant writing: Carin Jean White, Joey De Jesus, Shyanne Figueroa Bennett, Sue Mendelsohn,

psychology: Amira Silver-Swartz, C.K. Kirch, Helen Ruger,

psychoanalysis: Campbell Campbell

religious studies: Amira Silver-Swartz

research: Amira Silver-Swartz, Carin Jean White, Helen Ruger, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kit Klippenstein, Stephen Preskill, Tyler Campbell, Valerie Seiling Jacobs.

science & technical writing: C.K. Kirch, Thom May,

screenwriting: Carin Jean White, Kit Klippenstein, Thom May, Vero Montanez

Social science: Amira Silver-Swartz

sociology: Amira Silver-Swartz, Briana Wood, Bridget Potter, Joey De Jesus,

Spanish: Celine Aenlle-Rocha, Yousef Tehrani

theatre/playwriting: Carin Jean White, Isabelle Pride, Kit Klippenstein, Maria Baker, Thom May, Tyler Campbell,

translation studies: Carin Jean White, Joey De Jesus, Kevin Wang, Lin King, Maria Baker, Yousef Tehrani

University Writing: Amber Paulen, Amira Silver-Swartz, Briana Wood, Bridget Potter, Campbell Campbell, Celine Aenlle-Rocha, C.K. Kirch, Ellie Windsor, Emily Foster, Isabelle Pride, Jason Ueda, Joey De Jesus, Kaneisha Gaston, Kevin Wang, Kimia Heydari, Kirkwood Adams, Kit Klippenstein, Lin King, M Constantine, Sue Mendelsohn, Thom May, Valerie Seiling Jacobs, Vero Montanez