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Tutor profile: Sarah O.

Sarah O.
College writing professor, passionate about helping students succeed

Bio

About Sarah

About Sarah
I live in Los Angeles and teach writing at the university level. In my free time I enjoy running, knitting, and playing video games.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I earned my PhD in English at UT Austin in 2015. While there, I taught college literature and writing courses and tutored students in the University Writing Center. I've subsequently taught at Smith College and the University of California Irvine. At present, I teach writing and critical thinking at the University of Southern California.
Education
University of Texas at Austin
English
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
2008 - 2015
New York University
Theater and Performance Studies
Master's Degree
2007 - 2008
Rice University
English
Bachelor's Degree
2003 - 2007

Work Experience

Work Experience
University of Southern California, Lecturer
2020 - Present
Teaching in the Writing Program.
University of California, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities
2019 - 2020
Researching in the Humanities Center.
Smith College, Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer
2016 - 2019
Teaching courses in American Studies.

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