Writing Center Staff (2021-22)

Leadership

Writing Center Ambassadors

Writing Center Ambassadors use their individual talents to develop projects that help the Writing Center support writers around campus. Ambassadors also serve as the first point of contact at the Writing Center on the 5th floor of the Sciences Library. During their shift, ambassadors greet incoming writers and manage appointment scheduling.

  • Sebasstián Adriano '25
  • Fiametta Boffey '24
  • Seyram Mawuenyega '24
  • Tierra Sherlock '24
  • Jasmine Wang '24
  • Siqi (Kathy) Wang '25

Writing Center Associates

Writing Associates are graduate students who work one-on-one with undergraduate, graduate, faculty, and staff writers during 60-minute pre-scheduled appointments in the Writing Center. Associates come from all disciplines and are trained to work with writers across the curriculum. Additionally, associates are trained to employ a liberatory, non-hierarchical pedagogy of writing; they are also familiar with foundational writing theory and evidence-based practices for teaching and learning writing.

STEM associates

  • Alexander Del Toro (Neuroscience)
  • Alexandra D'Ordine (Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry)
  • Amanda Audesse (Neuroscience)
  • Amy Rutter (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)
  • Anna Alikhani (Public Health-Behavioral Health Sciences)
  • Anoop Reddi (Biology)
  • Anthony Surace (Public Health-Behavioral Health Sciences)
  • Jarrod Petersen (Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology)
  • Meghan Gonsalves (Neuroscience)
  • Molly McQuillan (Neuroscience)
  • Noah Feldman (History '22, Medicine '26)
  • Shanelle Reilly (Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry)
  • Youngik (Tom) Lee (Physics)

Humanities and Social Sciences associates

  • Alexandria Miller (Africana Studies)
  • Alina Ali (American Studies)
  • Álvaro Pires (Classics)
  • Amanda Arceneaux (History)
  • Ashley Everson (Africana Studies)
  • Austin Carder (Comparative Literature)
  • Beckett Warzer (Theatre Arts & Performances Studies)
  • Brittney (Britt) Threatt (Africana Studies)
  • Devon Clifton (English)
  • Emily Hirsch (History of Art and Architecture)
  • Fiona Sappenfield (Classics)
  • Josiah Bisbee (Religious Studies)
  • Julia Gettle (History)
  • Katherine Preston (English)
  • Kevin Ennis (Portuguese and Brazilian Studies)
  • Laura Chilson-Parks (History of Art and Architecture)
  • Lucy McInerney (Classics)
  • Marion Sellier (Public Policy)
  • Meaghan (Mac) Carley (Classics)
  • Margaret (Maggie) Unverzagt Goddard (American Studies)
  • Noah Feldman (History '22, Medicine '26)
  • Ryan (Atticus) Doherty (French and Francophone Studies)
  • Sarah Christensen (History)
  • Semilore Sobande (English)
  • zuri arman (Africana Studies)