Meet Your Tutors
Your tutor will help you work through specific types of problems or help you with best practices. Schedule an appointment to get assistance.
Austin is a junior who was born and raised in Fayetteville. He is an English, Latina Studies, and Spanish major. Austin likes exercise and food of all types, especially Mexican food. He plans on pursuing his MFA when he graduates next spring. During his free time, he likes to play basketball and read poetry – but not at the same time.
Allison serves as our senior tutor and has tutored at the Business Communication Center since May 2014. Allison enjoys conducting research on writing center theory and practice, particularly research that applies to writing pedagogy within the Walton College and writing across the curriculum. In December 2017, Allison will graduate with a degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Marketing. She plans to pursue an MBA from the Walton College in the Fall 2018 semester.
Jon is a third-year PhD student in the English Department’s Rhetoric and Composition program. He has more than four years of experience teaching English composition at the University of Arkansas. Jon’s dissertation focuses on the “practice-ability” of writing and compares writing to other learned skills such as music and sports. Outside of school, Jon enjoys playing music in his two bluegrass bands and spending time with his two-year-old son, Occam.
Luis is a first-year PhD student in the English Department. He received his MA in English at the University of Arkansas, and has taught composition and rhetoric, technical communication, and report writing. His doctoral research continues to focus on coloniality as it relates to Afro-Caribbean narratives in American literature.
Molly has served as a Communication Consultant since August 2016. She teaches public speaking and gender studies courses and is currently working on her Masters in Communication with a concentration in political communication. She received her BA in Communication and Gender Studies at the University of Arkansas. Her research includes a focus on affect theory, gender studies, rhetoric, and political strategy.
Kim is a graduate of the University of Arkansas Communication program and is currently pursuing both her Masters in Communication, specializing in Organizational Communication, and her Masters Certificate in Business. In addition to tutoring at the Business Communication Center, Kim teaches the most fun (so she says) Public Speaking class on campus. During her free time, she enjoys running, horseback riding, and hiking – that’s a lie…as Kim says, “graduate students don’t have free time. I grade papers, writer papers, and sleep.”