Maria Soriano earned her Master of Arts degree in English with a specialization in Composition and Rhetoric from John Carroll University in May 2010. While in the program, she was a Graduate Assistant and Assistant Director of the Writing Center for two years. In March 2010, she presented her Master’s essay research, “Student Consultant Continuum: Incorporating Writing Center Techniques of Peer Review Into the Composition Classroom,” at the Conference for College Composition and Communication in Louisville, Kentucky. She presented new research, “WAC in FYW: Building Bridges and Teachers as Architects,” at the International Writing Across the Curriculum conference in Savannah, Georgia in June 2012 and continued her work researching Writing Across the Curriculum with a presentation at the 2013 Conference for College Composition and Communication in Las Vegas, Nevada entitled “When WAC Becomes TAC: The Shifting Roles of FYC Classrooms and Instructors.”
Maria earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Music from Baldwin-Wallace College in May 2007, where she graduated summa cum laude and was a member of the Dayton C. Miller Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta English honors fraternity, and Mu Phi Epsilon music honors fraternity. Maria teaches Composition and Rhetoric I courses, as well as the Tutoring Writing Across Contexts course for future Writing Center consultants.
Danny Caine, Assistant Director
Samantha Syracuse, Specialist for students registered with Services for Students with Disabilities
Graduate Assistants, English department:
Graduate student, English department:
Jordan de Bord
Josh DePaul, After-Hours Coordinator