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About Nicole

About Nicole
I have worked in higher education for 15 years. My roles have spanned the gamut in Writing Centers, from providing 1:1 writing tutoring, to managing writing tutor teams.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I have taught writing in the 1:1 environment for a decade, have taught Freshman English as an adjunct college professor, and have developed training materials for writing tutors.
Education
Saint Cloud State University
English
Master's Degree
2009 - 2011

Work Experience

Work Experience
Capella University, Associate Academic Director, Writing Center
2018 - Present
• Develop Capella's writing culture with a comprehensive writing support program including program policy and procedures in partnership with Colleges • Create training materials and curated communications to support change management for institutional stakeholders as teams adopt new writing instruction and assessment best practices • Manage Writing Center staff in disciplinary best practices to meet diverse learner needs • Assess, evaluate, and improve quality of services and programming
Walden University, Writing Instructor
2015 - 2018
• Collaborate with colleagues from the Writing Center and across the university to develop engaging instructional practices • Facilitate one-on-one, asynchronous, writing-focused appointments with Walden students to support advancement through their programs • Develop and participate in Writing Center projects and initiatives, such as conducting doctoral writing assessment, developing the writing center's social media presence, aiding in the development of writing instructor team environment, and evaluating writing center best practices
University of St. Thomas, Director, Graduate Writing Center
2011 - 2015
• Collaborate with faculty, staff, and students within the College of Education, Leadership, & Counseling (CELC) at St. Thomas to gain continued understanding of student and departmental demands for academic writing support • Determine methods to best serve CELC's diverse student population, including traditional and non-traditional students, English Language Learner students, international students, and students with various learning abilities • Facilitate onboarding process of and continued professional development of graduate and doctoral...
St. Cloud State University, Adjunct Professor, English
2011 - 2015
Syllabus Excerpt: "​In Freshman English, you will learn about the following writing processes and conventions: • Processes: Generate, revise, and edit your written works; Understand the formation and transformation of ideas in writing, starting from the outline to polishing the final draft • Conventions: Demonstrate an understanding of grammar, punctuation, and spelling; Create clear, concise papers according to stylistic conventions; Apply knowledge of writing ranging from sentence structure/paragraphing to tone/mechanics"

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