Discover more about Ceili, one of our graduate consultants/coordinators, as they candidly respond to 31 random questions, unveiling mesmerizing insights into their life and enchanting facets of their personality.
Embarking on a journey that spans across continents and dreams, follow Professor Trixie Smith's remarkable tale as she recounts her involvement with Makerere University's transformative Writing Center. Discover the collaborative efforts with visionary minds, the pursuit of complementary expertise, and the power of writing to bridge gaps and forge connections. Join her in celebrating the launch of a project poised to impact East Africa and beyond, a testament to innovation, partnership, and the global importance of the written word.
Discover more about Bethany Meadows, our Graduate Assistant Director, as she candidly responds to 31 randomly chosen questions, offering captivating glimpses into her life and personality.
Abby (she/her) is an undergraduate consultant pursuing a degree in Professional and Public Writing. Within her experience as an undergraduate, Abby has experienced accessibility challenges that altered how she navigates the world. She describes her experiences with a new perspective.
Rebecca Hallman is in the teacher internship program and has been a writing consultant for a year. She was a Walt Disney World cast member in March of 2020 and in June through December 2021 as a lifeguard at the Polynesian and Blizzard Beach specifically . Rebecca deeply values the learning that takes place outside of the classroom and how that holds value to her life in academia.
To commemorate our 31st anniversary as the Writing Center @ MSU, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our Ask Me Anything Series (AMA) on our Blog. Read more about our Director, Trixie Smith, who answers 31 questions at random and shares some unique insights about herself.
Anna LePage (she/her) is a sophomore pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in History, with minors in Philosophy and Peace and Justice Studies. She joined the Writing Center in 2023 as an undergraduate consultant, and intends to remain in this position until her anticipated graduation in 2025. Her background as a history major has given her an appreciation for narrative and storytelling, which she has found to intersect with writing center work in interesting (and often unexpected!) ways.
Since joining the Writing Center in 2019, Associate Director Grace Pregent has been amazed by the breadth of the Writing Center’s partnerships across communities. Working alongside multiple campus partners including AAP, the African Studies Center, Canadian Studies Center, and the Education Abroad Office, Grace is participating in fostering intentional and reciprocal collaborations that offer faculty, staff, students, and community members opportunities to connect across cultures through writing.
Re’Anna Limmitt (she/her) of Detroit, MI, is a first-year master's student studying human resources and labor relations and is expected to graduate in May 2024. While pursuing her graduate degree, she is employed with the Writing Center as a Writing Consultant and utilizes her robust academic background to build rapport with her clients and improve their overall writing.