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Learn a little bit about our peer tutors that come from a range of majors, writing backgrounds and interests.
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My name is Alex O'Dowd and I am an elementary education/special education major who also plays on the men's ice hockey team. I've spent my whole life working and interacting with students aged six months to fourteen years, and am estatic about the opportunity to work with my peers.
My name is Amy Seppanen and I am an English and secondary education major. I have been writing for as long as I can remember and love to read! In my spare time, I love to hike, do photography, and make coffee. I love meeting new people and traveling. I have always worked with my friends on their essays and personal projects for years and I can't get enough of it!
Hi! I'm Betsy Coughlin, an English major and communication minor who loves to help with writing and reviewing papers. I am involved with our library on capmus and can be a great source for reasearch and the use of databases.
Hello. I'm Cameron Day, and I am attending Franklin Pierce to attain a double major in secondary education and history, and a certificate in documentary filmmaking. I've been at WWC for three years. In my free time I write for several role playing game companies and serve as an agent for indepent artis. I'm also the creator and host of the pop culture-entertainment podcast, "Comics, Clerics, and Controllers". I'm always on the lookout for dogs who need to be petted!
Hello, my name is Christina Schreib. I am a biology and psychology major with a chemistry minor. I have been tutoring at the Writing Center since my sophomore year, and working in the Center for Acadenic Excellence in genetics. I can help with a wide range of assignments including lab reports, research papers, and creative writing. I also enjoy working with Senior Seminar in Biology students. I look forward to seeing you in the WWC!
My name is Ella, and I am a biology major with a chemistry minor. I am a pre-med student, and I plan to attend medical school with the hopes of becoming a surgeon. I play for the Women's lacrosse team and I love spending time with my team and my friends. I hope to help any anxiety or trouble you may have when it come to writing, as I know that it can be very daunting sometimes. Regardless of your major, assignment, or issue, I promise to do my best to help you in any way I can.
My name is Izzy and I study anthropology, history, and global citizenship. I spent six weeks tutoring Engish in Japan, making me very comfortable in assisting those who speak English as a seocond language. If English is your second language, join the English Converstation Group to participate in new and different activities every week. I chose to be a peer tutor bcause I believe student development is an integral part of the Franklin Pierce experience.
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Hi everyone. My name is Jill and I a excited to be tutoring this semester. I am majoring in secondary education and English, so I am pretty much a pro on all things English. Feel free to come to me with anything!
Hello, I'm Kelly. I am a public health major with a minor in environmental studies and health care administration. I also play on the women's tennis team here on campus. I look forward to working with you!
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Hi everyone! My name is Morgan. I'm part of the class of 2022. I'm a health science major with an English minor. I've always really enjoyed reading and writing. In my free time I enjoy playing music. I also really enjoy helping my friends review their papers, especially with lab reports and more formal writing. I look forward to writing with you!
Hi! My name is Renee and I'm part of the class of 2022. I'm majoring in health care administration and minoring in biology. I can help with lab reports, research papers, and general writing. I'm part of Frankly Health, and I also work at human resources here on campus. I look foward to working with you!
Hello, my name is Roslyn and I am a double major in anthropology and history. I have not always enjoyed writing due to my dyslexia, but over time I managed to develop ways to cope so it no longer has a major impact on my reading and writing. I have not let my dyslexia hold me back from the goals I want to achieve. I am strongest in Chicago, APA, and AAA citation and formatting styles. I serve as a teaching assistant in GLE1 10T, GLE110, and am a part of the outreach team for the Writing Center.
Hi! I'm Sarah Hendricks and I'm a member of the class of 2021. I'm a biology major with a minor in psychology in the hopes of becoming an osteopathic doctor in the future. Reading and writing are two of my favorite things to do outside of my busy schedule. I am a great resource for writing research papers, lab reports, and composition I and II assignments. If you don't see me in the Writing Center, I'm probably working on the new WWC website you see today. I'm excited to work with you in the Writing Center!
My name is Tommy. I am a health science major and psychology minor. After I graduate, I plan on getting my doctorate in physical therapy. Besides working at the Writing Center, I also work as a Community Assistant in the freshman area, and work as a rehab aide at a physical therapy office. I have been working in the Writing Center since my first year at FPU. Since I've had a lot of the health science professors here, I understand the assignments and what they are looking for. I find that synthesis papers and biology and psycholoy lab reports are my strongest areas.
Hi y'all, I'm Tori. I'm looking forward to tutoring this semester. I'm a health science major, so feel free to come to me with anything science related! I can also help with writing across all disciplies. I don't limit myself.
Hello. My name is Molly Badrawy and I've played many roles at the Writing Center including Acting Director, Coordinator, and Faculty Tutor. I highly reommend using the Center. It's free and there are no strings attached. Your experience at the Writing Center will be different from the experience of anyone else at the Writing Center because we try to meet each client where they are. Come on. Give it a try! You'll be glad you did.
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