Susanmarie Harrington, WID Director & Professor of English

Susanmarie Harrington

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.

302E Howe Memorial Library
802-656-0878
susan.harrington@uvm.edu

April Christenson, Program Coordinator

April Christenson

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.

302C Howe Memorial Library
802-656-1958
april.christenson@uvm.edu

Bridget O'Keefe, Graduate Research Assistant

Bridget O'Keefe

Bridget (she/her) is a second year graduate student in the History department. She received her undergraduate degree from Ramapo College of New Jersey in 2014 and majored in American Studies and minored in Human Rights and Genocide. Bridget's research interests include post-1945 US gender and cultural history, particularly as it relates to family studies and motherhood. Outside of classwork, Bridget enjoys cooking, pilates, and watching reality television.

302 Howe Memorial Library
bridget.okeefe@uvm.edu

Cameron Bauserman, Graduate Research Assistant

Cam Bauserman

Cameron (she/her) is a second-year student in the Accelerated Master's Program in English. She is currently working on her thesis which examines Black Women's Science-Fiction, specifically the works of Octavia Butler and N.K. Jemisin, and the themes therein as a response to the trauma of reproductive slavery. When Cameron is not researching her thesis or working for Writing in the Disciplines she can be found baking, fussing over her many houseplants, or hanging out on the couch with her orange cat, Goose.

302 Howe Memorial Library
cameron.bauserman@uvm.edu

Events Calendar

Location, Hours, & Contact Info

Location: 302 Howe Memorial Library

Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 - 3:30

Email: wid@uvm.edu

Drop-Box: If the office is closed and you need to make a delivery, you may leave your envelope in the drop-box to the left of the front door.  Please, do not leave sensitive information in this box.

Conference Room: 302D Howe Memorial Library, Fulwiler Room

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