Hi everyone! I'm Andrea Bialosuknia , an LAH major here at DCC. As a part-time student who's been here for a few years, I'm really excited to continue tutoring in the WC. When I'm not here, I can be found consuming various forms of media, attempting to cook, hiking, reading and writing (shocker), shouting about television, and trying to learn new things. I’ve always enjoyed writing, and it means a lot to be able to work with other students and help them become more comfortable with their voices as writers. Everyone’s got something worth saying; working in the Writing Center, it’s just rewarding to have a part in that process.
Hey everyone. I am Diana Cruz , a Liberal Arts and Humanities major. I planning on transferring soon and majoring in political science. Beside school, I enjoy visiting art galleries, watching documentaries, and reading large books. I look forward to collaborating with you on your writing assignments.
Hello, my name is Eric Tomik . I am a business administration major with aspirations to transfer to a four-year school. This is my second semester at Dutchess, and my first semester as a tutor for DCC. I also serve as a Volunteer Tutor for the Children's Home in Poughkeepsie. Outside of school, I like to stay active in the community. I am a volunteer on the Board Committee for Dutchess Outreach, and I help assist the community luncheon for the Westminster Presbyterian Church. I enjoy helping others achieve and succeed, and I look forward to spending this semester helping you!
Professor, English and Director of the Teaching Resource Project The focus of the Teaching Resource Project is the Roundtable Lunch Project, a bi-weekly discussion on issues of teaching that brings together faculty and staff from across the disciplines. The Writing Center also sponsors an annual professional development workshop for faculty. In addition, at instructors’ requests, we offer workshops to students and classes in subjects such as writing research papers and taking essay exams. firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Lab Assistant, Writing Center Computer Lab Hi, I am usually the first face you will see when you enter the Writing Center. I’ve been here for about twelve years now, and each semester presents its own challenges as well as joys. I am here to share both with you. I often get questions ranging from, "Do you know what time the bus comes to the Main Mall," to "How do I create a database in Microsoft Access?" So feel free to stop by and drain every fiber of my being! Just kidding, looking forward to your visit. email@example.com
Jeffrey Canino – Professional Tutor As a professional tutor here at DCC, my goal is to assist your writing needs in any way I can. Be it brainstorming, outlining, drafting, or revising that has you stressed out, you can count on me as a trusted reader to help guide you through the sometimes daunting (but always rewarding) writing process. I received my M.A. in English Literature from SUNY New Paltz. In addition to my work here at the Writing Center, I'm an instructor of composition and literature at several local universities. I look forward to working with you this semester!