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    Current Tutors

    Jennifer Albanese (Director)

    Jennifer Albanese (Director)

    Jennifer Albanese is the Director of the Writing Center and the former Associate Director of the Writing and Rhetoric Program where she has taught for twenty years. She has developed workshops and writing courses for the Graduate Chemistry program, the IACS, and the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University. 

    Brian

    Brian

    Brian is a PhD student in the English department and he is currently working towards a certificate in teaching writing. His research focuses on the relationships between narrative, depictions of space and place, and national boundaries in Modernist fiction. When he’s not writing about space, he enjoys exploring it by seeking out new running and hiking trails.  

    Caroline

    Caroline

    Caroline is a Psychology and Political Science double major with a minor in Writing and Rhetoric. She is also in the accelerated BA/MA program in Public Policy.  In her free time, you can find her reading, thrifting, or hanging out with her roommate’s dog. 

    Colin

    Colin

    Colin is a senior Political Science and History double major, specializing in International Relations and the History of South Asia, respectively. He is a runner on the cross country and track teams at Stony Brook and plans to pursue a career in law or foreign affairs. In his free time, you can find him reading copious amounts of Wikipedia, rewatching The Sopranos, and doing crosswords.

    Daniel

    Daniel

    Daniel is a third-year English major in the English Honors Program. He is a writer for Stony Brook’s Statesman News and was a Staff Writer for Suffolk County Community College’s Compass News. Daniel enjoys studying American literature, poetry, and world history. In his free time, Daniel likes writing poetry, watching horror movies, and strolling around local nature parks. Daniel hopes to become an English professor someday.

    Grace

    Grace

    Grace is a fifth year student majoring in Biology and Anthropology with a minor in Writing and Rhetoric. Alongside her work in the Writing Center, she is a Teaching Assistant for both WRT102 and WRT302, a Research Assistant for two separate laboratories, and an aide in the Campus Greenhouse. Passionate about fine arts and creative literature, she can be found either blankly staring at Staller showcases in confusion, or fervently drafting short stories in a dark room past midnight.

    Haasi

    Haasi

    Haasi is an Honors College student majoring in Biology. She’s had plenty of experience writing chemistry and biology lab reports but is also well-versed in working with literary analyses, argumentative research papers, and business case analyses. When she’s not at the Writing Center, you’ll probably find her at dance rehearsal with the Stony Brook Bhangra Team!

    Jeremy

    Jeremy

    Jeremy is a University Scholars student with a double major in English and Journalism. He covers the New York Giants for SBNation.com, serves as the Assistant Sports Editor at The Statesman, and has had his work published on numerous other sites. He is also Vice President of the university’s Quiz Bowl team. In his free time, Jeremy enjoys listening to rock music, reading, and finding increasingly creative ways to procrastinate on homework assignments.

    Oasima

    Oasima

    Oasima is a junior in the WISE program double majoring in Biochemistry and Sociology. She is an intern for the Center for Civic Justice on Campus where she advocates for civic and voter engagement. Oasima also is a research assistant with the Boon Group at SBU, where she actively conducts research on the impact of nitric oxide on bacterial motility. In her free time, Oasima loves reading fiction and fantasy novels. She also loves spending time with her friends and exploring her baking skills in her suite.

    Sara

    Sara

    Sara is a PhD candidate in the English department, with a certificate in writing. Her research focuses on the intersection of biopolitics, neoliberalism and ecocriticism in contemporary fiction. When she isn't reading abstruse theory or writing about clones, she pretends to be funny on Twitter and unironically watches Arnold Schwarzenegger movies.

    Sophie

    Sophie

    Sophie is a junior pursuing a BFA in Creative Writing. Her work has been featured in BOMB, The Los Angeles Review, The Southampton Review, and elsewehere. She has also been a TA for several fiction workshops.