University of Vermont

Writing in the Disciplines Program

UVM WID: WID Program Staff

Program Staff

Susanmarie Harrington

Susanmarie Harrington

Director of Writing in the Disciplines and Professor of English
Susan.Harrington@uvm.edu

Susanmarie joined the faculty at UVM in 2008. She directs the Writing in the Disciplines Program faculty development offerings, drawing on her prior experience as director of composition (1995-2006) and department chair (2006-2008) at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Her research interests explore how values about writing are enacted in curricula, program design, and assessment. Her publications include Basic Writing as a Political Act and The Outcomes Book: Debate and Consensus in the Wake of the Council of Writing Program Administrators' Outcomes Statement.

Sue Dinitz

Sue Dinitz

Director of the Writing Center and Senior Lecturer in English
Susan.Dinitz@uvm.edu

Sue has taught writing at the University of Vermont since 1980. She directed the UVM Writing Center from 1983-88 and returned as director in 1998. Sue is currently working with the WID Program to develop an undergraduate peer mentoring program for writing-intensive classes. Her scholarship has focused on teaching writing and on writing centers. Sue has published articles on topics such as the use of Universal Design in writing centers, whether writing tutors need disciplinary expertise, and the complications of inter-disciplinary teaching.

Kristen Cameron Kristen Cameron

Program Coordinator, Writing in the Disciplines Program
Kristen.Cameron@uvm.edu

Kristen joined the Writing in the Disciplines Program in 2011. As Program Coordinator, she provides operational and budget support, coordinates events, and manages communications, including program materials and the websites, for WID and the Writing Center. Kristen received a BA in women's studies from San Francisco State University and Professional Certificates in Human Recources Management and Non-Profit Management from the University of Washington. Prior to coming to this position at UVM, she worked and volunteered with a number of non-profit organizations providing support and service to women, youth and animals.

Natalie Coffman

Graduate Research Assistant


David Solomon

Graduate Research Assistant

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