Meet The Tutors
Major: English of Literary and Cultural Studies
Year: Fourth Year
Dani is currently a 4th year student at the University of Cincinnati pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in English of Literary and Cultural Studies with a double minor in Communications and Psychology and a certificate in Service Learning and Civic Engagement. She has a profound passion for people and their stories. This passion is manifested in her love of literature, photography, and writing where she tries to capture and engage in the stories of those around her to the fullest extent.
Year: Fourth Year Doctorial Candidate
Ciera Graham is a fourth year doctoral candidate in the Sociology program here at the University of Cincinnati with the hopes of graduating in April of 2015. She is originally from Seattle, Washington and has a Bachelor’s in Sociology and a Master’s in Counseling from Washington State University. Her research interest include race and education, and she is highly interested in pursuing further studies on how college students perceive and utilize student campus organizations, and how these organizations facilitate student persistence and success. Ciera has been a writing tutor at the Learning Assistance Center since January of 2013, and enjoys providing services for college students that facilitate their personal and academic success. Along with tutoring, Ciera is also a Sociology instructor and has taught introduction to sociology, as well as contemporary social problems. In her free time, Ciera enjoys leisure reading, spoken word and poetry, listening to music, watching suspenseful thrillers and traveling.
Major: Electronic Media
Year: Third Year
Clayton Belcher has long been a member of the UC family. He began during high school at the Clermont College campus, where he earned an associate degree in business management technology. He is now pursuing a bachelor’s degree in electronic media through CCM as well as a minor in English, and would someday like to attack a degree in linguistics. Clayton was a tutor for four years at The Learning Center at Clermont College, and continues to serve the student body here at the main campus through the Academic Writing Center. He loves all manner of creative work, from graphic design to musical composition to voice acting to game development to making short films, and survives only by infusing these media with his idiosyncratic sense of humor. If you ask him to duel in amateur accordion squeezing or a gurning contest, he will be happy to oblige.