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Meet the Writing Consultants

The University of Houston Writing Center provides the UH community with resources for discipline-specific writing practice, instruction, and evaluation through the Writing in the Disciplines (WID) program, advancing the University's goal of raising writing standards while improving the quantity, caliber, and engagement of student learning. Just as intellectual demands change by discipline, the conventions, forms, and expectations of writing also change. By supporting students in the writing process within their discipline, WID initiatives lead students to grasp intellectual material and engage themselves in articulating effective solutions to discipline-specific problems. Aimed at re-establishing the connection between writing and content, the WID program has furthered initiatives at every academic level, each semester providing thousands of students from 11 colleges with long-term support in developing the tools necessary to succeed in their academic and professional careers.

Amy

Alex

Aubrey 

Danielle

Devion

Elaine

Emily

Fatima double-majored in English and Anthropology and minored in Education as an undergrad. She is now a first-year graduate student working on her Masters in Anthropology.

Fatima

Hannah is a sophomore Honors student majoring in English Literature. She plans on pursuing a career in the publishing industry upon graduation. Some of her hobbies include reading, writing, and graphic design

Hannah

Jacob

Jacky

Juan-Fernando

Julianna

Lawrence

Lois

Luke

Naureen

Mary is a senior Honors student majoring in Creative Writing and minoring in Creative Work. She plans on attending graduate school to teach English at the college level. In her spare time, she enjoys going to concerts, trying all of Houston's restaurants, and petting every dog she can

Mary

Matt is an early career game scholar and sport historian. He finished his M.A. thesis on esports in Spring 2018, and also does freelance journalism and editing work. He enjoys socio-cultural theory, fiction reading and writing, video games, esports, and Wikipedia dives. He's currently preparing for further research opportunities abroad and at the doctoral level.

Matthew

Mia is a sophomore in the Honors College, majoring in Creative Writing with an interest in Communications. She plans to pursue a career in writing. She enjoys politics, literature, fashion, film and comedy.

Mia

Rammy is a pre-business sophomore Honors student expecting to major in Finance. He plans to pursue a career in business and potentially law. In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball and hanging out.

Rammy

Ruchita is a business student at the Bauer College of Business. She looks forward to double majoring in Finance and Marketing by 2019. Catch her whiling away her time at the Rec or being a neat freak and organising anything she sets her eyes on.

Ruchita

Thomas graduated from U.H. with a B.A. in History and a minor in Italian Studies. Working at the Writing Center has allowed him to work with a variety of different academic disciplines. In his free time he enjoys cooking Italian food, walking around the city, and listening to classic LPs.

Thomas

Waqui

William