Science Success Center Consultants

The Science Success Center offers in-person, Zoom, and written feedback consultations. In-person consultations for the Science Success Center are offered by appointment Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in 128 Mark Jefferson from September 13 to December 14. Zoom consultations are offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday August 30 - December 14. Science students may also see any of our General Undergraduate Writing Consultants. To schedule a consultation, go to WCOnline.


 

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.


Brian

Master's Program in Clinical Research Administration
Bachelor of Exercise Science & Philosophy

Brian is a graduate student in the Clinical Research Administration program at Eastern. He consulted at Grand Valley State University during his undergrad and has also consulted here at Eastern. During his free time, he likes to read, hike, and is an avid bowler. His favorite animal is the brown bear. Brian's consulting philosophy is centered around establishing genuine rapport. He believes the heart of effective consulting revolves around establishing a safe environment where the writer feels comfortable being vulnerable, and sharing their work.


Jenni

Master's Program in Linguistics

Jenni is a first-year graduate student in the Linguistics Master’s program. They completed their undergraduate degree in astronomy and physics at the University of Wisconsin Madison in 2016. This is their first year consulting with EMU’s University Writing Center; they have previous experience as both a writing consultant and a tutor at UW Madison. They have lived in Ypsilanti for five years. In their free time, they enjoy reading (primarily fantasy and science fiction), writing, watching movies, playing violin, stargazing, and exploring Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor. They are passionate about science, and love any opportunity to geek out about astronomy. Jenni is fascinated by all aspects of linguistics, but their current goal is to do language preservation work after they graduate.

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