All of these faculty are available to confer with colleagues and to present workshops to specific classes or other groups about issues related to teaching writing. Such issues include, but are not limited to course and/or assignment design, responding to and evaluating student writing, researching, and collaborative writing. Please contact Lisa Lebduska for additional information about the events that are possible.
Lisa Lebduska, Associate Professor and Director of College Writing
Meneely 320, 286-5429
Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 11:15–12:30; 2–2:30, and by appointment.
Professor Lebduska teaches various writing courses, coordinates First-Year Writing and directs the college writing program.
Connie Campana, Associate Faculty
213 Wallace Library, 286-5805
Professor Campana teaches First-Year Writing and Basic Writing and tutors students individually.
For the spring 2013 semester, she is available during the following days and times: Wed. 1–4; Tues. and Thurs. 11–1:30; Fri. 10:30–12:30.
Susan Dearing, Professor Emerita
Meneely 309, 286-3600
Professor Dearing teaches Education 220, the course that prepares students to becomes peer writing tutors.
Ruth Foley, Visiting Assistant Professor
214 Wallace Library
Professor Foley teaches First-Year Writing and English 060, Writing for Non-Native Speakers of English.
For the spring 2013 semester, she is available to tutor students in writing during the following days and times: Mon. 9–11; Tues. 8:30–9:30 and 11–2; Wed. 8–11; Fri. 10:30–11:30.
Mary Elizabeth Lough, Visiting Assistant Professor of English (Wheaton Class of 2000)
212 Wallace Library, 286-3837
Professor Lough teaches First-Year Writing. She is available to tutor during the following days and times: Mon. 9:30–2:30; Tues. 3–4; Thurs. 3–4; Fri. 9:30–12:30.