Fellowed Courses

  Winter 2016

The heart of our writing program is our active engagment with Writing Across the Curriculum. Writing Fellows are assigned to individual courses and work closely with instructors and students to help students understand the writing strategies needed to successfully complete a writing project. This semester, MCCC Writing Fellows are working with 299 students and 9 instructors representing seven separate academic disciplines.

Instructor Course Day(s) Time Enrollment Writing Writing Fellows
William
McCloskey
THEA 151-01
TR
9:30-10:50
Rm C-228
23
1 play review
Kevin Stewart
Jaime Swihart
 
HUMAN 151-51**
MW
9:30-10:50
Whitman Rm 2
24
Response Paper
Amy Fikel
Jeremy Book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lori Jo Couch
ENGL 151-L1*
Online
Online
20
4 papers 4-6 pgs
Rachel Lopez
Dawn Witmer
Phoenix Billau-Mullins
 
ENGL 151-L2*
Online
Online
20
4 papers 4-6 pgs
Kellyann Navarre
Jessica Ryder
John DeBruyne

 

ENGL 240-01
MW
2:00 - 3:20
Rm C-6
17
1 literary analysis
4-6 pgs
Philip Zabarowski
 
ENGL 2583-L1*
Online
Online
15
1 literary analysis
4-6 pgs
Sarah Dusseau

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dan Shaw

COMM 151-01
MW
12:30 - 1:50
Rm C-225
30
5-7 pg. research paper
Samantha Bartley
Olivia Latray

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tennery Hicks

PSYCH 151-06
MW
7:00-8:20
Rm L-142
13
Article Review
Ryan Feroni

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joseph Dunne

PHIL 152-01
TR
9:30-10:50
Rm C-230
33
Research Paper
Faith Funk
Rachel Billock
 
PHIL 152-L1*
Online
Online
18
Research Paper
Caroline Hudson
 
PHIL 152-L2*
Online
Online
20
Research Paper
Kel Reaume
Tanner Irwin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Terri Kovach
SOC 161-01
MW
2:00-3:20
Rm C-228
24
3 essays 3-5 pgs
Andrew Rayl
Joseph Abrams
Leah Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jo Ellen Locher
ENGL 155-01
TR
11:00-12:20
Rm C-229
12
White Paper
8-10 pgs.
Jake Adams
             
Nicole Garner
NURS 103-01
T
10:30-12:20
Bldg H
Rm 105
29
5-7 pg Research
Cherie Farley
Kara Walker
             
Michael Beers
ENGL 151-09
MW
3:30-4:50
Rm C-230
23
Essays (1 or 2)
Jared Hehl
Ryann Herrera
 
ENGL 151-10
MW
5:30-6:50
Rm C-222
24
Essays (1 or 2)
Nathan Grodi
Amanda Perham

*(All L1, L2, L3 are Online Courses on Blackboard)
**Whitman Center