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  • Hello. I am a PhD candidate in English with particular interests in modern and contemporary fiction, critical theory, and ecocriticism. I also hold an MA and BA in English Literature. Previously, I have taught English and ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) in addition to private tutoring in writing and reading. Currently, I teach in the First Year Writing Program here at UTA. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, listening to music, hiking, and traveling.
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  • Hope:

    Hi! I am a PhD student in English with particular interests in Victorian literature and culture, composition studies, young adult literature, mystery novels, and sociolinguistics. In addition, I hold an MA in English and BA in Education. I have experience tutoring students in writing both privately and in university writing centers, and I have also worked as a public school English teacher. In addition, I teach ENGL 1301 and 1302 here at UTA in the First Year Writing Program. My personal interests include jogging, playing guitar, reading British mystery novels, and spending time with family and friends.

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  • Jason:

    I'm a third-year PhD candidate of English Literature, specializing in early modern literature, medieval literature, and ecocriticism. I'm interested particularly in Robin Hood/outlaw studies, new materialisms, and critical animal/plant studies. I teach composition/rhetoric courses, as well as courses in American and British literature. My most recent published work is contributing entries to The Map of Early Modern London, an interactive wiki, and I have done transcription work for EMROC, the Early Modern Recipes Online Collection. I've also recently finished an essay on Robin Hood's forest, which will be forthcoming in an edited collection titled New Readings of the Medieval Robin Hood TalesIn my free time, I enjoy participating at UTA's community garden - it's about time to plant tomatoes!

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  • Jeff: I am currently a fourth year PhD student and an Enhanced Graduate Teaching Assistant in the English Department. I have finished course work and will be taking comps in Fall 2017.  Although I am still exploring fields for specialization, I have worked extensively in ecocriticism, postcolonial/race studies, feminism, and film studies. I received my MA in English from UTA in August 2014 and currently teach for the First Year Writing Program.  In my spare time, I love reading, listening to various types of music, and playing volleyball (as much as possible).
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  • Alexa:

    Hi I'm Alexa. I am an undergraduate pre Nursing major at UTA. I love everything that is Science based but don't get me wrong I love my English as well! I love all things cooking and relaxing. In my spare time I love to binge watch on my favorite T.V shows and catch up on a good book series.

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  • Amanda:

    Hello! I'm a graduate student working toward a master's degree in English. I have a bachelor's degree in Biology with an English minor. I have experience writing technical reports and scientific procedures from working within the chemistry and microbiology fields. I love helping other writers uncover their own excellent ideas through conversation and brainstorming. In my spare time, I enjoy photography, needlework and writing fiction.

     

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  • Hi! I am an English major with minors in Creative Writing and French. I am a sophomore at UTA, but I should graduate early due to dual credit hours. I aspire to be a book editor after I graduate and work for a publishing company in New York. In my free time, I like to read (fiction and nonfiction), play guitar, and hang out with my friends. I like working with other students at the Writing Center because it reminds me of writing techniques I don’t often think about and inspires me to work on my own writing.
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  • Caitlin:

    Hello! My name is Caitlin, and I'm in my last semester here at UTA, graduating with my BA in English and Cretive Writing in December. This is my fifth semester working here in the Writing Center, and last year I was awarded Tutor of the Year. I've worked with almost every sort of paper assigned at UTA, though many of them have their own variations because there are different professors. The types of papers I've worked with most are 1301 and 1302 English assignments, history-based research papers, case-studies, personal statements (college application essays), and literature reviews. Even though my major is nowhere close to math or science, I am always eager to help those who need eyes outside their field on their assignments."

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  • Dami:

    Hey, I'm Dami. I'm an undergrad bio med-tech major going into my second year at UTA. Since moving from Nigeria I've always had an interest in fiction novels (specifically the Harry Potter novels) to satisfy my overactive imagination. When I'm not buried in schoolwork, you can find me somewhere with the crew, listening to music, or binge watching whatever is good on HBO.

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  • Daniel:

    Hello! My name is Daniel and I'm an undergraduate English Major going into my junior year at UTA. My experience with the English department has allowed me to sharpen my writing skills, academically and creatively. In my free time I love listening to live music, watching Miyazaki movies, and reading on occasion.

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  • Elizabeth:

    I am an English major with a minor in creative writing. My favorite things are cooking, gardening and playing with cute animals. I love the power of words and believe everyone should feel comfortable expressing themselves through language.

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  • Hi! I am a senior at UTA majoring in linguistics with minors in Korean, Psychology, and Dance. In addition to this, I'm working towards certificates in TESOL (Teaching English as a Second or Other Language) and Translation and Localization in Korean. I have a lot of experience writing analytical essays and I enjoy helping other solve problems in their writing process. In my free time I enjoy studying new languages, reading a good book, or watching My Hero Academia.

     

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  • Hello! My name is Erick and I’m in my first semester as an English graduate student. My goals are to be a writer that examines the cultural ramifications of popular entertainment (particularly music) and to be a professor at a college or university in South Korea (where I taught for 3 years). In my free time I enjoy creative writing, writing/performing music, and listening to music. Some bands that I’ve been listening to recently include The Jimi Hendrix Experience, the Beatles, U2, Cymbals (an indie Japanese band), and Red Velvet.

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  • Graham:

    I am an undergraduate English major. I enjoy reading and analyzing literature. I hope to become a high school teacher or college professor. In my free time I like to play guitar and piano. The Beatles, The Band, and Elliott Smith are a few of my favorite artists. Other interests include Louis C.K., ASOIAF (Game of Thrones), The Ticket, and history.

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  • Nehan:

    Hello! My name is Nehan and I am a sophomore pre-nursing student here at UTA. My hobbies include reading, painting and singing. I also enjoy creative writing in my free time. I like to help people with the writing process because I understand that it is difficult, but also a unique, process for every individual. Hopefully, I can successfully facilitate the process for many students here. 

     

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  • Nick:

    Hi.  My name is Nick Bowen.  I hold a BA in History from Austin College in Sherman, Texas.  I enrolled in The College of Education at UTA in the Spring of 2014, seeking an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and certification to teach English at the secondary level.  I worked as a Proofreader and Paralegal at international law firms for twenty years, primarily doing complex, corporate restructuring litigation.  I also read and revised many patents for our Intellectual Property Practice Groups.  I started my education career as a a substitute teacher in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD in 2014 and as a Writing Consultant at The UTA Writing Center in the 2015-2016 academic year.  In the summer of 2016, I accepted an offer to work as a Paralegal in the Financial Restructuring and Reorganization Practice Group at Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP in Dallas.

    I remain excited to work with students at The UTA Writing Center.  The support of our Executive Staff and other Writing Consultants provide us with substantial training and resources to help students become more confident, independent writers.

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  • Nihar:

    Helllo. I am a graduate student from the Material Science and Engineering Department and have completed my bachelor's degree in Polymer Engineering. Writing helps me take a break from my schedule and ignites my imagination.

    I enjoy working at the Writing Center because not only do I get the opportunity to work with new people often, but I also learn something new every day. I like working on all kinds of essays. Apart from writing, I consider lawn tennis and soccer amongst my other interests.

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  • Olivia:

    Hello! My name is Olivia and I am a junior here at UTA. Currently, I am pursuing a B.A. in English with a minor in German. Reading and writing have always been my passions, and I enjoy helping others grow in their own writing. Aside from consulting, I love to read, fiddle around on the piano, and obsess over movies in my spare time.

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  • Sara:

    Hello! I'm an English major with minors in Creative Writing and Art. I have experience with aiding others in the processes of writing, brainstorming, and revising their essays and assignments. I love helping writers form their ideas in a way that best gets across what they are trying to say, as well as helping them realize their full potential as a writer. In my spare time, I love to write fiction and poetry, read, draw, and play with my dog.

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  • Valencia:

    Hello! My name is Valencia and I am currently a sophomore here at UTA majoring in Biology. After achieving this degree, I will be on my way to Dental School with the goal of becoming an Orthodontist. I enjoy helping others excel in English assignments at the Writing Center and predominantly use Aristotle’s laws of persuasion in all forms of writing.

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