Associate Director, Writing Center (Excellence, Writing Fellows, Writing Check Process)
Stacy received her B.A. and M.A. in English from St. Bonaventure University and her Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Writing from Bowling Green State University. She served as an Assistant Professor of English and Associate Director of the Writing Center at Mississippi State University before joining Writing Support Programs at Brown. Stacy’s work here centers on the Writing Fellows program, the Writing Center, the Writing Check, and Excellence at Brown. Her research exploring autobiographical identity formation of the writer; teacher training and the development of counter-classroom, research-responsive, and cross-disciplinary pedagogies; and the political, ideological, and personal dimensions of literacy acquisition has been published in the CEA Forum, Feminist Teacher, Pedagogy, and in the Conference Proceedings for the American Association of Engineering Education.
Interdisciplinary Opportunities Fellow, Writing Center
Kim is a PhD candidate in Brown's Department of Anthropology and the 2017-2018 Graduate Fellow at the Writing Center. She holds an MA in Anthropology from Brown University and a BA in Spanish & Sociology/Anthropology from Denison University. Kim has worked as a Writing Center Associate for four years, where she specializes in social scientific writing, graduate-level writing, and national and international fellowship proposals. As this year's Graduate Fellow, Kim focuses on building supportive writing environments for graduate students at Brown. She is leading two dissertation writing groups and helps coordinate the bi-annual dissertation writing retreat.