"It is my hope that each of my students will leave my writing classes well-prepared to communicate clearly and effectively, with the skills necessary to be an integral and intellectual contributor to any working environment."
- MS in English Education – Nova Southeastern University, 2007
- BA in English – Hunter College, 1995
- BA in Sociology – Hunter College, 1995
- I've taught grades 6-12 in both New York and Florida, and I've been teaching at the university level for over 15 years.
- Notable contribution: English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) strategies in Write Now, a textbook published in 2012.
In which online degree programs do you teach?
Which classes do you teach online?
ENG 202: Strategies for College Writing; ENG 302: Academic Writing and Research; ENG 357: Professional Writing
What do you want students to take away from your courses?
It is my hope that each of my students will leave my writing classes well-prepared to communicate clearly and effectively, with the skills necessary to be an integral and intellectual contributor to any working environment.
Why did you start teaching?
As a lover of books, I've always sought opportunities to motivate and encourage others to develop an appreciation for reading and to articulate their thoughts in writing, so teaching as a career was a natural transition.
What advice would you give to students considering an online program?
While the online arena offers flexibility and convenience, it is important to log in regularly in order to complete assignments and meet deadlines. In addition, do not hesitate to contact your professor to clarify instructions and procedures.