Science Success Center Consultants

Azim

Master of Science student, Orthotics & Prosthetics program

Azim is going into his second year of graduate school at EMU where he is completing his MS in Orthotics and Prosthetics. This will be his first year working with the University Writing Center, but Azim has plenty of professional writing experiences, which include work in global health, innovative technologies, and education. Research writing is his forte but he believes the best way to excel at any type of writing is to organize your thoughts before putting "pen to paper." He is originally from Toronto, where he grew up before heading to Vancouver to do his Bachelor in Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia. Once he has completed his studies here, he will begin his residency to go on and become a certified orthotist and prosthetist.


Beth

Master of Arts, Professional Writing

Beth Sabo has been working at the University Writing Center since 2009. Though an English teacher by training, her love of the logic of science, her predilection for concision, and her ability to work with dense technical writing have contributed to her working predominately with students writing in the sciences and/or in graduate school. When she is not working, she spends time with her cat, Darcy.


Taylor

Master of Science student, Cellular & Molecular Biology program

Taylor is a Master's student in the Cell/Molecular Biology program. She is also a graduate assistant for BIO 306W and a first time Writing Center consultant. After graduating she plans to start a career in research. Taylor's hobbies include hunting/fishing, watching movies, spending time with her husband, collecting houseplants, tending to her vegetable garden and cuddling her four cats.

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