B.A. University of Arkansas (Philosophy)
Syracuse University (Master's)
What's up everyone, my name is Kevin Morris... you can just call me Kev. I'm a native of Los Angeles, CA and currently a doctoral student at UNLV in the Department of Teaching and Learning. I received a BA from the University of Arkansas in Philosophy and putting the finishing touches on my Master's thesis where I will receive a degree in Pan African Studies from Syracuse University. I'm pretty laid back and enjoy having insightful conversations about everything from pop culture to politics. I've got a background in college level teaching and writing instruction so I'm hoping to help prepare students for writing at the college level.
As a doctoral student and freelance journalist, the need to be grammatically sound while being eloquent and concise is a skill that can be developed. I can help students adapt their writing style to fit whatever it is they need.
My research background is at the intersection of race, class, politics, and cultural expression. Therefore I have a stable foundation in social politics, historical analysis, and cultural criticism, all of which are crucial to a student understanding the "social" aspect of the social studies.
If you are in need of any help with writing, proofreading, or social science research don't hesitate to drop me a line! What's up everyone, my name is Kevin Morris... you can just call me Kev. I'm a native of Los Angeles, CA and currently a doctoral student at UNLV in the Department of Teaching and Learning. I received a BA from the University of Arkansas in Philosophy and putting the finishing touches
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