Meet The Tutors
Kelly Blewett is a doctoral candidate in the English department with a specialty in rhetoric and composition. In addition to Scrabble, musical theater, and coffee, she enjoys teaching writing and investigating what makes good teaching work.
Major: Aerospace Engineering
Gulnaaz is an aerospace engineering graduate student, who harnesses her love for writing, journalism, and media. She writes for some established organizations such as the Elite Daily, Medium, The News Report, and The Vocal. She believes in accomplishing well-rounded success. She has several accolades to her credit including 'SWE Engineer of the Year' pageant winner, Bearcast Media Director, Chief Reporter for The News Record, Vice President for The Technomentorship Establishment, among the others.
Major: Research Methods
Victoria is a 3rd year PhD student with concentrations in Action Research and Quantitative and Mixed Research Methods. Victoria has almost a decade of experience providing writing experience as a teacher, a tutor, and an editor.
Claire is a doctoral candidate in the English department in the field of Literature and Creative Writing. She has been teaching courses in Composition and Rhetoric for the past four years and has worked as an editor both for literary journals and in a free-lance capacity for other graduate students.
Francis is a third year PhD student in Psychology. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut. He is currently a lab instructor for Research Methods & Statistics and has experience tutoring in statistics and academic writing. When not working, he enjoys watching his beloved Indianapolis Colts in the fall and coaching youth soccer in the spring.
Major: English Literature and Cultural Studies
Brittaney is a third-year Ph.D. student in the literature and cultural studies program. She is familiar with MLA and APA formatting, and in love with Doctor Who and video games.
Year: Fourth Year
Brittany is a part of the co-op program and works at a technology company based in Mason. When she isn't on campus, she is usually spending time in her hometown of Cleveland.
Vinamarata (Winnie) K.
Major: English and Comparative Literature
Winnie is a PhD candidate in English and Comparative Literature. She has an MA from UC and a BA from SUNY Plattsburgh. She teaches a diverse variety of undergraduate classes in the Departments of English and Comparative Literature, Center for Film and Media Studies, and WGSS. She has published her scholarship in various formats and delivered papers at several regional, national, and international conferences.
Michelle is a PhD student in musicology at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. She has taught music history courses at the undergrad and graduate level and is a copyeditor for the *Journal of Music History Pedagogy*. Her current projects include petitioning the makers of twisty balloons for a latex-free product suitable for children’s hospital wards, experimenting with macro photography, and researching the connections between POTS, MCAS, and EDS. In her free time, she studies piano music of the 19th century, topic theory, and instrumental ballades.
Major: Classics & Classical Civilization
Ian is in his final year at the University of Cincinnati. He hopes one day to teach high school Latin, and, after graduating from UC, hopes to attend graduate school at the University of Arizona as his next step to reach that dream. In addition to working at the AWC, Ian is a member of the UC Bearcat Bands and a University Honors Program Ambassador.
Sarah is a second-year Master's student, studying 20th century British history. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she received her BA in history and political science from Texas Tech University. Outside of working at UC, Sarah enjoys reading novels, watching Netflix, and dreaming of Tex-Mex food.
Major: Literature and Cultural Studies
Anne is a Ph.d candidate in Literary and Cultural Studies at UC with an emphasis Victorian women's religious writing. She has been teaching college English Composition and Literature classes - including a Harry Potter course - for the last 6 years.
Kairavee is a senior majoring in Mathematics and is in the University Honors Program. This is her second year working at the Academic Writing Center. In her free time, she likes to read, learn painting, go to spinning classes or watch TV shows.
Major: Actuarial Sciences
Lydia is in her fourth year at UC. She loves dogs, summer camp, and swimming.
Major: Creative Writing
Suzie is a third year PhD student in Creative Writing. She earned her Master of Arts degree and her Bachelor of Arts degree from South Dakota State University. She teaches English 1001 and English 2089 and has previously worked with K-5 students. When not reading and writing, she enjoys avidly watching television shows and reading memoirs.
Major: Literacy & Second Language Studies
Daniel is a first-year master's student in education. He also teaches evening ESL classes for adults at Queen City Vocational Center. When he's not teaching, reading, or writing, you can likely find him playing piano or geeking out about any of his other interests, which include chess, foreign languages, Zen Buddhism, and snuggling with his very fluffy cat, Hazel. His current favorite writer is Haruki Murakami.
Major: Secondary English Education
Hi! I'm Molly and I plan on being a high school English teacher. I love National Parks, and my other job is selling wedding dresses.
Major: English: Rhetoric and Professional Writing
Clarity is a fifth year senior studying English, specifically professional writing. She is also completing an IT certificate in Web Development. In addition to being a student and tutor, Clarity is a staff reporter for UC's The News Record, a published poet, and a dedicated activist.
Ian is fifth year senior majoring in Communication. He is fan of film and television, as well as anything related to technology. When he's not working or in class, he can be found trying desperately fix his golf swing.
Major: Professional Writing, MA
Carolyn is a second year MA student in the Professional Writing graduate program. She teaches technical and scientific writing to undergraduate engineering and computer science majors, but also remains active in the Association of Business Communication with plans to co-present at the 2017 International Conference with Dr. Kathryn Rentz in Dublin this October.