About the Tutors
I am a fourth year English student, also majoring in Education and will be student teaching in the fall. In my spare time I enjoy reading, cooking, and playing video games, but not necessarily in that order.
I am a sophomore in the Honors College with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Theatre. I plan on going to law school after I graduate from UMaine. In my spare time I enjoy playing viola and dabbling in creative writing.
My name is Jenn, and I’m a fourth year English and History double major and a Spanish and Education double minor. I am involved in a number of organizations on campus, such as Autism at UMaine, All Maine Women, and The Maine Journal Project. I am not sure what I’m going to do with the rest of my life, but I do know that my greatest passion is finding a way to express ideas clearly through writing. I love to find the words to convey my thoughts and emotions exactly as I experience them. In the Writing Center, I hope to help my peers to do that as well.
I am a senior English major with minors in History and Psychology. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, writing and reading a good book.
I’m a third year English major with Creative Writing concentration and a Psychology minor. I hope to write a novel one day. I spend most of my free time cuddling with my feline best friend, Samuel L. Catson.
I’m a third-year English major, with a concentration in creative writing and a minor in French. I’ll be studying in London in the fall of 2013 to kick off my senior year and am really looking forward to it. I’ve written a book, and try and mess with it in my free time. I’m also a Peer Mentor with disability services and think myself an amateur baker! And by the way, my name isn’t nearly as scary as it sounds.
I am a senior Anthropology and English (Creative Writing concentration) major. I need two hands to count the places I’ve lived. In my spare time I enjoy writing and learning dances to Korean Pop songs.
I’m a third year working towards a double degree of Studio Art and English (Professional/Technical Writing concentration) with minors in Graphic Design and Art History. I love alpine skiing, oil painting, InDesign, and Illustrator. My dreams are to design logos and make a book.
I am a senior English and History double-major, with concentrations in European History and Creative Writing. I am from T2R6 WELS, Maine. I fence, and can frequently fool people into thinking I can play violin.
Being with the Writing Center is giving me the opportunity to talk to people about writing, and repeatedly learn things I thought I already knew.
My name is Lindsey Hutchins. I am studying Secondary Education with a concentration in English. One of my dreams is to teach 7th or 8th grade. I also dream of writing a book of Vignettes. (Total English nerd alert, I know.) My favorite things to do are cook, read, write, relax, and spend time with friends and family.
I am a “super senior” finishing my last semester as a philosophy and English double major with a minor in sociology. I attended Johnson & Wales for two years, receiving an associates degree, before returning to the University of Maine. I write a weekly column for the Maine Campus, but I enjoy writing for its own sake as well. I hope to move on to a graduate program in Philosophy after leaving Umaine, but in the meantime I enjoy helping people organize and hone the ideas in their writing!
I am a senior English major with a concentration in Technical / Professional Writing. I have a minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders and plan to pursue a Doctor of Audiology at the graduate level. Outside of the university setting, I enjoy traveling, hiking, and painting watercolors.
My name is Jaclyn McCurry. I am a third year English major with a minor in legal studies. I also have a concentration in professional and technical writing. I love to read and write. I also really enjoy playing basketball and lacrosse. I’m not sure what I will be doing after college, but I know it will involve writing.
I am a fourth year English major concentrating in Literary Critical writing, with a minor in Legal Studies. In addition, I am also a member of the Honors College on campus, and am currently writing my Honors thesis on the prophetic poetry of William Blake and its significance to the cultural decade of the 1960s. Next Fall I will be attending law school in Portland, where I hope to focus on women’s rights and environmental issues.
I’m a Senior majoring in Sociology. I graduated from UMaine in 2010 with a degree in English and a degree in History. I have an interest in languages as well, and am currently studying French, German, and Portuguese. While I may not have figured out what to do with myself yet, I know that this is a great community to be in while I figure it out.
Working at the Writing Center has not only allowed me to help others with their writing, but it has also helped me with my own.
I am a third year transfer student from Roger Williams University, where I was, and still am, a History major and Spanish minor. I plan on attending law school once I graduate. I enjoy sailing, golf, and lounging with friends.
I’m a third-year English major concentrating in creative writing and minoring in psychology. I have always loved to write, and I’m excited to help my peers express their ideas through writing as well. Outside of tutoring, I spend my time doing improv comedy, watching Saturday Night Live, and enthusiastically supporting the Oxford comma.
I am currently studying French, philosophy, and English, concentrating in technical writing and literary criticism. Since spring 2011, I have worked at the Writing Center and as a copyeditor for The Maine Campus newspaper. When I am not at school, I work as a piano accompanist, but I also enjoy reading, traveling, and studying style and design.
I am wrapping up my last semester as a double major in English, where I focus on academic writing, and Biology, where I focus on plant science. In the past, I have participated in the Rezendes Essay in Ethics, where I focused on ethnobotany. My other academic interests include ecology and conservation, mycology, folklore and world religions, and writing about science. Presently I am employed by Facilities Management, where I work on the wetland restoration project.
I am an nth year English major with a concentration in Creative Writing and a minor in Philosophy. I’ve worked in the Writing Center for several years and have enjoyed every moment, as I am privileged to learn from other students as I help them reach their goals. Outside of the Writing Center, I enjoy writing and revising novels, playing video games, and gamboling in the forest.