Mallory is a senior double major in History and English with a minor in Creative Writing. Next year she hopes to get her Masters of Secondary Education. She can work with MLA and Turbian style papers as well as offer help with creative assignments.
Laura is a first-year graduate student in secondary education. She is new to the writing center this year, but during her time at UM she has worked as editor of The Tower literary magazine and a contributing writer and staff member of the newspaper. While accustomed to helping with research assignments, she enjoys helping with creative work or newspaper articles. She also has graphic design and layout experience that allows her to assist with presentations, resumes, and other graphically artistic genres.
Erin is currently a 5th year senior (super senior) majoring in English and minoring in Philosophy. This year is his third year working at the Harbert Writing Center. He is best working with English papers, whether it be 101, 102, 231, 232 or upper level classes. While MLA style is his specialty, he enjoys assisting with papers in political science, philosophy, art, and non-class specific texts (personal statements, cover letters, research proposals).
Emily is a senior English major. Her tutoring strengths include working with clients to develop ideas, revision strategies, and MLA formatting. Her other interests include research concerning Weird fiction and human rights literature.
Sam is a senior psychology major, concentrating in developmental psychology. Because of this major, she has extensive experience with APA style research papers. Sam’s research interests include health psychology, health education, and health policy and she is currently applying to graduate schools in this field.
Levi is a second-year graduate student in English, graduate assistant for the writing center, and English 100 Instructor. Levi often works with students in ENG 101/102 composition courses but also frequently works with upper-level English students. He enjoys working with students in business, biology, chemistry, communication, and psychology and social work. Students wanting an extra set of eyes on a creative writing or professional document could also benefit from his expertise.
Kelli is a senior majoring in English and minoring in Creative Writing. After graduating, she plans to attend graduate school to pursue an Alternative Master’s to teach middle/high school.
Sarah Stevens is a junior, majoring in English and minoring in Creative Writing. She is strongest in providing writing clarity exercises and assisting with MLA style guidelines. She also loves fiction and short stories, so she is always ready to assist with creative texts.
Camilla is a senior, majoring in communication studies and minoring in public relations. She has worked in the Harbert Writing Center for two years, and before that, she worked in the writing center at Wallace Community College in Dothan. She is the resident APA specialist but has extensive knowledge of MLA style as well.
Katie is a senior English major, minoring in Professional Writing. She enjoys working with introductory-level English students on critical analysis, brainstorming, and MLA formatting. She aspires to become an editor and enjoys teaching students editing strategies.
Jessica is a first-year English graduate student. She mainly works with creative writing, but she has experience with Chicago, AP, and MLA style papers.
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February 6th | Event Date
Microsoft 365 Application Deep Dive
In this session, you will explore the Apps within Microsoft 356 and how they can enhance and ease your productivity. In addition to basic knowledge of MS Office, you may discover tools that will help you manage your calendar (Calendar), your task list (To Do & Lists), file sharing (SharePoint), scheduling (Bookings), and powerful creative tools idea sharing and collaboration (Whiteboard & Loop).
In this beginner session, you will learn how to work with worksheets, cells, columns, and rows. You will be introduced to conditional formatting, charts, and pivot tables along with other tips/tricks commonly used in Excel.
Find out where to find the UM access link and how to log in from your personal LinkedIn account, how to search/browse the many, many offerings, “pathways to learning” versus individual courses and the benefits of each for employee professional development documentation, and some companion AI notetaking tools for reference and retention of the material