Writing Coaches can help you throughout your writing journey, from generating ideas and establishing an organizational structure to polishing your final draft.
Writing Coaches are teaching faculty in the English Department; all Coaches have an M.A. or Ph.D. We are passionate about writing as a tool for learning, personal growth, and community transformation.
We can help you with:
Contact any of our Writing Coaches to set up an in-person or remote appointment. We are available during times that fit your busy schedule and will respond to you within 24 hours. Make sure you:
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Erik JuergensmeyerWriting Studio CoordinatorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Erik Juergensmeyer is an associate professor of English at Fort Lewis College. He joined the College in 2007. Erik's writing courses focus on how rhetoric and writing can improve communication for the public good. His interests include argumentation, community-based learning and research, and conflict resolution. Erik is also coordinator of the Peace and Conflict Studies minor. When he's not reading, teaching, and writing, Erik enjoys spending time outdoors camping, climbing, fishing, and skiing.
Corey McCullough, assistant professor of English, began teaching college writing courses while on fellowship as a graduate student in English literature at the University of Vermont. After teaching business English in Madrid, Spain, and then doing graduate work in environmental law, he decided what he wanted most was to be a college writing teacher. McCullough returned to graduate school and completed a doctorate in composition studies from the University of New Hampshire and is thrilled to now be at FLC. Besides writing pedagogy, his scholarly interests include rhetoric, multilingual writing, writing centers, writing across the curriculum, and archival and oral history research.
Candace Nadon teaches in the English Department at Fort Lewis College. She is a Fort Lewis alum and received an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine and a PhD in English with creative concentration from Georgia State University. In addition to teaching at the Fort, she writes and publishes fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry and is writing her first novel. She has written the instructor manual for a composition textbook and also works as an editor. Candace looks forward to working with the Teacher Education students and is available to assist in all stages of the writing process, from planning to polishing.
Michelle Bonanno began teaching at FLC in 2005 and has taught Composition, Honors, and Freshman Seminar courses. She is an FLC alumna and earned an MA in Communication from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2004. Michelle is also the Director of the FLC Writing Center where she has the privilege of learning from (and supervising) insightful, passionate peer educators.