About the Writing Fellows

Our Writing Fellows are available to work one-on-one with SPS students on their writing skills Monday-Friday.  We can meet with you in-person, chat via Skype, or even just give feedback and suggestions through email.  We are here to help in whatever way best fits your needs.  The Fellows also run the Pop-up Writing Center events.

You can learn more about this year’s Fellows below and can get in touch with us through our online form.

Please note: Fellows are only available during Fall and Spring semesters–Fellows are not available on holidays when SPS is closed and there are no Fellows during summer semester. 

 

The 2017-18 Fellows are

Rakhee Kewada is a PhD student in Geography at the Graduate Center. Rakhee is Zimbabwean and her research is about Chinese investment in infrastructure in Tanzania. Rakhee has taught in the Urban Affairs and Planning Department at Hunter College, and enjoys working with students to develop critical reading and writing skills. Rakhee can be reached through email Mon-Friday at writingfellows@sps.cuny.edu, and in-person or by phone (tba) during her regular in-office hours at 119 W., 31st St., Thursday, hours tba

 

  

Chris Carlson is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has conducted research in Venezuela and Brazil on issues related to development, agrarian relations, and structural transformation in the Global South. He has taught writing-intensive sociology courses at Queens College. can be reached through email Mon-Friday at writingfellows@sps.cuny.edu, and in-person or by phone (tba) during her regular in-office hours at 119 W. 31st St., Tuesdays, hours tba

 

Maggie Fay is a Ph.D. student in Sociology. Her research focuses on student academic progress in community colleges, and reforms to math courses to help students get on the path to degree attainment. She works with students frequently as a part of her research, and looks forward to collaborating with SPS students on their writing projects! Maggie can be reached Mon-Fri writingfellows@sps.cuny.edu, and in-person or by phone (tba) during her regular in-office hours at 119 W. 31st St., Mondays, hours tba

 

 

This site is organized and maintained by the SPS Writing Fellows and the SPS Office of Faculty Development and Instructional Technology.

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