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Writing Studio Staff

 


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Wendy

“Writing requires some kind of motivation and personal investment.”

Studio Initiatives:

  • Online Consultations
  • Interactivity Program

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Paul

“When writing, I always try to stick to the 3 Cs: be clear, concise, and consistent.”

Studio Initiatives:

  • Interactivity Program

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Will

“No paper is perfect the first time you write it, but that’s okay because we have the opportunity to edit and re-write until we are satisfied. I think that is the best thing about writing; there is no pressure to be perfect on the first try!”

Studio Initiatives:

  • Social Media Committee

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Brittany

Studio Initiatives:

  • Social Media Committee
  • Visual Resources Committee

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Giuli

“I believe writing is one of the best ways of self-expression.”

Studio Initiatives:

  • iSessions
  • Blogging


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Sashi

Studio Initiatives:

  • New Media Committee

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Georgia

Studio Initiatives:

  • Social Media Committee

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Mare

“Writing is the best way to process thoughts. You can read and discuss, but writing, reading what you’ve written, and revising helps you to think about things more critically.”

Studio Initiatives:

  • New Media Committee

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Brianna Jerman

Current Research:

Currently, Brianna is working on a dissertation that makes a pedagogical argument for using fictional literature in sexual assault prevention and response courses in order to dispel rape myths, encourage bystander intervention, and incite empathy towards victims of such crimes.

Studio Initiatives:

  • Online Consultations

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Nikhil

Current Research:

Nikhil is currently working on the theme of driverless transport (self-driving cars/autonomous vehicles) and their anticipated impacts on human travel behavior.

 


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Leslie

Current Research:

Leslie uses non-linear narratives, constructed realities, and experimental photographic techniques to make work about the interplay between language and image in contemporary culture, and in systems of power related to gender, class, and nature.

Studio Initiatives:

  • Visual Resources Committee
  • New Media Committee
  • Online Consultations

 

Coordinators

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Assistant Director: Danielle Farrar

Danielle has been working for the Academic Success Center since 2011 as a writing consultant, Assistant Coordinator, and Coordinator before stepping into her current role. Danielle is a Ph.D. candidate in English Literature at USF and HASTAC Scholar and holds an M.A in English Literature from USF and an M.Litt. in Shakespeare and Performance from Mary Baldwin College. Her research interests include early modern revenge drama, digital humanities, embodiment theory, lexicography, and body studies. Additionally, she is interested in writerly embodiment and how digital technologies in writing centers reinforce writing as a social and bodily process. Danielle has also worked as a studio artist and graphic designer and continues to enjoy painting as well as digital methods of artistic and instructional creation.


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Coordinator: Annalise Mabe

Annalise started working for the Academic Success Center as a writing consultant in 2015 and as a Coordinator in 2016. Annalise is currently completing her M.F.A. in Creative Writing – Creative Nonfiction at USF and holds a B.A. in Psychology from Florida State University. She is currently working on a collection of essays that examine the view of the female body in Western society, relationships, and spirituality or lack thereof.


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Coordinator: Jay Thompson

Jay has been working for the Academic Success Center as a writing consultant since 2014 and as a Coordinator in 2016. Jay is currently completing her M.F.A in Creative Writing – Fiction at USF and holds a master’s degree in Urban Planning and Public Policy from the the University of Illinois at Chicago and a B.S. in Psychology from North Central College. Jay writes fiction, edits the literary magazine weirderary.com, and founded and hosts the monthly, live literature event First Draft.


 

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