The Clark University Writing Center has a Director and a staff of graduate Writing Consultants who are described below.
Director of the Writing Program and Writing Center
This is Jennifer's twelfth year at Clark University and her sixth year as Director of the Writing Program and Writing Center. During her time at Clark, Jennifer has taught a variety of courses, including Expository Writing, Introduction to Literature, Writing: The Beats (a course that studies texts from Beat Generation writers), and she has taught Continuing Education courses in both literature and film.
Jennifer comes to this position with a lengthy history in the Worcester area. She graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a degree in Humanities; after working as a technical writer in the area, Jennifer decided to pursue a graduate degree in English from Clark University. Since earning her degree, Jennifer has been teaching composition and literature courses at several Worcester area colleges.
Graduate Writing Consultants
David Meuser joined The Writing Center in the fall of 2005. He is a graduate student of International Development in the International Development, Community, and Environment program. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Political Science, Dave also maintains a deep affection for fiction, poetry, and philosophical literature. After working and traveling the world for twelve years as a courier with Federal Express, he has returned to graduate study to pursue his interests in issues of global equity and social justice.
Sara Brown is in her first year of a Ph.D. program at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Sara's most recent position was at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel where she worked as a research and teaching assistant. Stateside, Sara worked for a refugee resettlement agency in the Dallas metroplex and taught ESL and Civics to newly resettled refugees. Prior to that, she worked as a project coordinator in refugee camps in western Tanzania. She is a proud Clarkie, having graduated with honors a long, long, long time ago.