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University of South Carolina (English,Anthropology)
Vanderbilt University (Master's)
Vanderbilt University (PhD)
There are very specific strategies and ingredients that make an argument sound, an analysis important, and an essay excellent. In the years that I have taught Composition and Literature at Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech, I have developed a program that breaks down the process of reading and writing into discrete, manageable bits that every student can master.
I taught at Vanderbilt University from 1993 until 2004 and at Georgia Institute of Technology from 2004 until 2007. I have also worked with high school students at all levels to create effective college entrance essays and paper assignments; I have worked as a general tutor for elementary and middle school students; and I have graded assessment essays for the Georgia Board of Regents. There are very specific strategies and ingredients that make an argument sound, an analysis important, and an essay excellent. In the years that I have taught Composition and Literature at Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech, I have
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