Game Above Satellite Consultants

Game Above College of Engineering & Technology (GACET) students are able to schedule  consultations with any of our consultants through WCOnline. If you need specialized help, you may want to schedule an in-person, Zoom, or written feedback consultation with Rachel, the GACET satellite coordinator.

 

Rachel

Master of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies; Bachelor of Science in Women’s and Gender Studies; pursuing a PhD in Educational Studies

Rachel earned her Master of Arts from EMU in Women’s and Gender Studies, with a concentration in Educational Leadership, where she also worked at the UWC as a writing consultant during her undergraduate and graduate years. In addition to working with the UWC, Rachel is currently a part–time lecturer in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department (WGST 200 & WGST 202), and also teaches writing intensive courses (BMMT 300W). Outside of reading, writing, and teaching, Rachel spends most of her spare time with her partner and their son, gardening, baking or being outside. 


Christa

Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and English Literature; pursuing Master of Arts in Linguistics and TESOL

Christa is a second-year graduate student in the Linguistics and TESOL programs. This is her second year at UWC and third year working as a writing center consultant. Christa became a consultant to help students feel confident and proud of their writing, and she especially enjoys working with multilingual students and all others writing outside their comfort zones. Outside of EMU, Christa works as a content writer for a software company and spends her free time reading detective novels with her cat Jazzy.


Olivia

Bachelor of Science in Anthropology and English Linguistics; pursuing Master of Arts in English Linguistics 

Olivia is a current graduate student studying Linguistics. She graduated from EMU in 2023 with a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology and English Linguistics. Her academic and research interests center around grammatical features such as Case, as well as the ways in which language is adapting to the introduction of technology and globalization. In her free time, Olivia loves to write short stories, play video games, and hang out with her dog, Pixie. 

 

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