Susanmarie Harrington, WID Director & Professor of English
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.
Lisa Schnell, WID Faculty Associate and Associate Professor of English
Ingrid L. Nelson, WID Faculty Associate & Associate Professor of Geography
Ingrid joined the faculty at UVM in 2013. She is a feminist political ecologist and teaches in the Department of Geography and Geosciences, the Environmental Program and the Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies Program. Her current research examines feminist understandings of digital natures in contexts ranging from smart agriculture, conservation, energy transitions, environmental justice, campus sustainability, and digital games such as No Man's Sky, Gris and Stardew Valley.
Department of Geography and Geosciences, Old Mill
April Christenson, Program Coordinator
April (she/her) was a small business owner and toddler/preschool teacher prior to joining WID in 2016. She holds a B.A. in Biology with a minor in English from the University of Vermont. April's role at WID includes event planning, office management, communications, and financial management. April is also the Program Coordinator for the UVM Writing Centers.
Jocelyn Rockhold, Graduate Research Assistant
Jocelyn (she/her) is a graduate student in the M.A. history program under the guidance of Dr. Paul Deslandes. Before matriculating to UVM, she graduated with her B.A. in English from the University of Denver. She is a scholar of twentieth-century Britain with a particular interest in permissive society and the cultural history of the 1960s. After she completes her master’s degree, Jocelyn hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in history. When she isn’t researching, Jocelyn loves to read Sally Rooney and watch Denver Nuggets basketball.
Madi Rougier, Graduate Research Assistant
Madi (they/them) is a graduate student in the English Department at the University of Vermont. Originally from Ohio, they received their BA in English literature, as well as a graduate certificate in women, gender, and sexuality studies, from Wright State University. Their research focuses on transgender representation in contemporary fiction and the archival implications of these representations.