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    Matthew Fledderjohann has worked as a writing center tutor and writing program administrator for over ten years and at four different institutions. He brings to Le Moyne's writing center his enthusiasm for the learning that can happen through one-on-one conversations and his commitment to helping people work through the difficulties of writing and writing instruction. He has an MA in English Literature from DePaul University, and he completed his PhD in Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he focused his research on what happens when writers encounter dissonance. His other research interests include writing center theory and pedagogy, writing across the curriculum, and apocalyptic rhetoric and culture.

    Professional Tutor
    Jaclyn Chupeck joined the Writing Center at Le Moyne College in 2018. She has been teaching English and Writing classes for the last ten years at various online and face-to-face institutions of higher education. Jaclyn earned a B.A. in English from Loyola University Chicago, an M.A. in English from SUNY Oswego, and an M.S. in Teaching in Higher Education from Purdue University. In addition to serving Le Moyne College students as a professional writing tutor, Jaclyn also teaches Writing 101 courses. Some of her publications and conference presentations have explored topics such as helping students find their own voice through writing, humor writing, and gaming pedagogy.     

    Peer Writing Tutors
    Adrianna is a sophomore English major and member of the Integral Honors Program.  She began tutoring in the Writing Center during the spring semester of 2019. Adrianna especially enjoys working with English Language Learners and students just starting out on their college journey.  She looks forward to expanding upon her previous experience and working with writers across all disciplines.

    Emily is a senior Sociology Major with a concentration in Anthropology and minors in Communications and Film Studies. She is a member of the Integral Honors Program, and she also works as a Sociology/Anthropology tutor as well in the Communications Department. Some of her disciplinary interests include creative writing, film analysis, and social science research.

    Emma is a senior English major with a concentration in literature and minors in Advanced Writing, Communications, Film Studies, and Arts Administration. She is an editor for The Salamander, Le Moyne's student literary journal, and edits for The Dolphin, the student newspaper. She is also an academic coach in the Student Success Center. She is particularly invested in helping students navigate the challenges of writing and develop academic confidence overall.

    Molly is a senior English and Communications major with a concentration in creative writing and minors in Advanced Writing, Arts Administration, and Film Studies. She is the Editor-in-Chief of The Salamander, Le Moyne’s student literary journal, and News & Features Editor of The Dolphin, the student newspaper. She has worked in the Writing Center since her freshman year and loves conversing with students about their writing. She specializes in analytic and creative writing.

    Rebecca is an English Literature major with a minor in Advanced Writing. She is a senior finishing up her final year at Le Moyne. She started tutoring in the 2019 Spring semester and has loved it so far. She enjoys critical writing and opinionated papers and is happy to help create a strong, punchy thesis. She is also comfortable looking over papers from many disciplines including science, history, and English. “I really enjoy getting papers in subjects I am not super familiar with. I find it fascinating when I can learn something new through a paper that another student has written. I especially love science and history papers!”

    Tasha is a senior English major with a concentration in creative writing and a minor in psychology. She is also a member of the Integral Honors Program and works in Le Moyne’s Communications Office as a writing intern. Some of the topics that interest her include narrative psychology, eating disorder pathology, screenplay writing, and children’s literature. She particularly enjoys working with English Language Learners and loves to help others gain confidence in their writing skills.

    Tyler is a senior finishing his undergraduate studies in English Literature and minoring in Gender and Women’s Studies. Tyler is returning again for his second semester as a writing tutor; he is comfortable supporting students across the disciplines but specializes in critical writing, literary analysis, and writing throughout the humanities. “Tutoring has allowed me to share the ubiquity of precise writing skills with students; to be a great reader is to be a proficient editor and appreciator of the whole writing process. Writing and rewriting is a skill that is valued in all areas of specialty, so I am grateful be able to share that with more students across campus.”

    Administrative Staff
    Kevin joins the Writing Center and Quantitative Reasoning Center team as the graduate administrative assistant for the fall 2019. He graduated from Le Moyne in 2018 with Bachelor Degrees in English & Spanish with a concentration in literature. After graduating, he worked as a teaching fellow for InnovateEDU/Brooklyn Lab Charter School where he taught and co-taught Literacy Small Group Instruction (LSGI) and Earth Science. Kevin is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Arts Administration while also being a part of Le Moyne’s Cross Country/Track & Field teams.

    Interested in joining our team?

    We are looking for empathetic students from any discipline who care about writing, a range of ideas, and helping others to join us as writing center tutors. New tutors must first take English 393—a course that explores writing center pedagogy, practice, theory, and research. If you have questions or would like additional information about this, contact Matthew Fledderjohann at