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Cassie

Cassie is a senior majoring in History and minoring in Political Science. Her expected graduation date is Spring 2020. She plans to attend graduate school for a Masters in Teaching and intends to teach high school history. She is familiar with APA and Chicago Style and enjoys brainstorming, proofreading, and revisions.

 

Bella
Bella is in her fourth, and final, year here at the University of Washington Tacoma. She will graduate in the spring with a self-guided major under the school of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. Bella is titling her discipline “Happiness and Healing through the Arts” as she is combining courses such as art, writing, psychology, sociology, religious studies and philosophy to target human emotion and trauma. Bella would like to spend her last year here at the university helping students to reach a state of comfort when it comes to their own ideas, assignments and research. Bella is most familiar with MLA and APA citation styles.

 

James
James is a graduate student in international studies, focusing on Chinese and Russian geopolitics. He also completed undergraduate degrees in literature and history at UWT, and is familiar with Chicago, MLA, and APA citation styles.
Emma
Emma is a graduate student in the Master of Science in Computer Science and Systems program. Prior to graduate school, Emma received a B.A. in Anthropology, French, and German from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She has experience writing across many disciplines and enjoys helping her fellow students at any stage of the writing process by providing constructive feedback, a sounding board for ideas, and help with revision and editing. Outside of the TLC, she enjoys watching movies and pyrography.
Kalyn
Kalyn is a senior pursuing a bachelors degree in Information Technology  with a minor in Technical Communications. She lives in Lakewood, Washington. In addition to reading, Kalyn enjoys cats, coffee, crocheting and watching Youtube.

 

Renée
Renee is majoring in Social Work with two minors. In her free time she loves to sleep and eat. Her passion comes from helping others in any community. She loves to research and write about social issues, such as immigration and mental health. She focuses on APA and Chicago style, as her major requires both. She specializes in research writing and social science. She loves reading horror stories whether it be on reddit or a published author like Steven King. She loves shows like "Criminal Minds" and "Jane the Virgin" that also explore social issues and governmental policies that focus on immigration and migrant experiences. 
RAELYNNE
Raelynne is a third year undergraduate student majoring in writing studies (creative track) and minoring in both teaching, learning and justice, and dance which she completed at UW Seattle. She enjoys writing because she believes it is an effective way to share thoughts and idea with other people. As writers, she knows that sometimes it can be scary and overwhelming to share work with other people. She aspires to be a supportive individual and wants to support students and their writing goals wherever they may be. Whether it be peer reviewing a final draft or brainstorming ideas for a paper, she knows that student’s thoughts and what they have to say matters. 

 

Candice

Candice is a junior at UWT majoring in accounting and minoring in economics. She is familiar with Chicago, MLA, and APA writing styles. She was born and raised in Washington and enjoys spending time in nature. You might find her at a local park or walking trail around Tacoma and Seattle. Outside of the TLC, Candice loves arts & crafts including knitting, crochet, painting, and drawing. 

Syntyche

Syntyche is a senior majoring in Arts, Media and Culture on the Literature track with a minor in Spanish.  She is headed for a career in education with a focus on teaching English to non-native speakers, so she has a special interest in working with English Language Learners. She welcomes writing from all disciplines and is familiar with MLA format. She hopes to help students who might be intimidated by academic writing to get comfortable with the writing process and to use their unique perspective and strengths to accomplish their career goals. 

Cierra

Cierra is a graduate student in the Master of Social Work Program and received her B.A. in Global Studies and minor in Hispanic Studies from University of Washington Tacoma. She is experienced with tutoring across disciplines and has strengths in MLA and APA citations styles. Cierra enjoys working with students through brainstorming and collaborative discussion.  In addition to tutoring writing, she also has a background and desire to tutor Spanish language. When not tutoring students, Cierra enjoys spending time with her family, swimming, and learning new skills.

 

Reno

Reno is a senior undergraduate student majoring in Ethnic, Gender, and Labor Studies with minors in Sociology, Education & Community Engagement, and Global Honors. In the future, they are interested in doing graduate research work in Sociology on topics such as immigration, nationalism, and social change. As a writer, Reno is proficient in writing papers in social sciences and humanities and is familiar with writing qualitative research papers. They are also proficient in the citation styles of APA and Chicago. They are compassionate about education and supporting other people. They believe that through the power of writing and production of knowledge, we can create a more equitable future.

Willow

Willow is an Ethnic Gender and Labor Studies Major with a minor in American Indian Studies. They have a lifelong commitment to social justice action. They love art, superheroes, RPG’s, and podcasts of all genres. While most of their writing experience is research and response based, they love reading creative work more than anything. They would be more than happy to look at any literary analysis or fiction pieces you’re working on. Willow can also help you with APA, MLA, and Chicago citations.

Mackenzie

Mackenzie is a double major in psychology and criminal justice, with career interests in forensic psychiatry, clinical psychiatry, neuroscience, and social work interventions with criminal populations. As a writer, Mackenzie is well versed in persuasive, empirical, and summative essays. Additionally, she is proficient in APA, MLA, and Chicago citation styles. Whether you're stumped on how to start or just want a peer review of your paper, Mackenzie's happy to help! 


 

Lan

Lan is a senior majoring in Writing Studies on the Technical Communications track with a minor in Business Administration. Her expected graduation date is Winter 2020 to which she then plans on pursuing her Masters at the UW Seattle campus in Human Centered Design and Engineering. She is skilled in MLA and APA and enjoys editing analytical papers. When she's not on campus for school or work, Lan enjoys spending time with her two rescue dogs at the dog park or curling up in bed and watching The Great British Bake Off! Lan is very eager to meet new students, so come stop by the TLC!

 

Rebecca R.

Rebecca is a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program and holds a BA in Political Science, Social Justice, Creative Writing, and Professional Writing, from The Evergreen State College-Tacoma. Rebecca has studied a range of topics in social justice and social science. In the academic setting, she has experience developing scholarship and graduate school applications as well as résumés and CVs. She has work experience drafting and editing for non-profits and legislative processes. She has a passion for collaborating with student writers to support each person’s goals for personal success, academic achievement, graduation, and beyond. Rebecca believes writing is a radical act.  Outside of the TLC, she pursues inspiration and mindfulness through mountain climbing and backpacking across the northwest region.

Katie
Katie is a PhD student in Educational Leadership, Policy and Organizations with a BA in Spanish and Latin American Studies. While she is most familiar with writing in the social sciences, she is happy to support writing projects across disciplines (and both academic and professional writing) and at all different stages of the writing process! Katie is most excited about helping to brainstorm, outline, and map out projects, and she is fairly well versed in APA. She recently spent a year working as a tutor at the UW Seattle Writing Center, and she is happy to join the UWT team for this year! 

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