University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

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Communication Tutors

 


Courtney is a senior Accounting major. She will be attending graduate school at the University of Arkansas in the Fall of 2019 as a MAcc student. In her free time, Courtney enjoys reading, writing, and playing the guitar. Courtney plans to attend law school after receiving her undergraduate and Master's degree.


De'stani is a junior majoring in Business Marketing and minoring in Journalism.  She enjoys reading, writing, hanging out with friends, and being involved on campus. De'stani is an active volunteer and in her (little) free time, you can find her at the square or Crystal Bridges. When she graduates, she wants to do management consulting and later own her own business.  


Evan graduates with his Master's degree in English in 2017. He has taught Composition I, Composition II, and Technical Composition at the University of Arkansas. Apart from tutoring, Evan enjoys rapping.


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.


Juniper is pursuing her master’s degree in communication. She also teaches public speaking. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, and going to the movies.


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.


Michael is a third-year PhD student in the English department. He has taught composition, world literature, and academic writing across disciplines. His research focuses on masculinities, theories of technology, and gender conscription as depicted in new wave science fiction. Michael enjoys music, reading, film, and playing the saxophone.


Nathan is a Master's student in the English Department. He has taught Composition I, Composition II, and Advanced Composition at the University of Arkansas. Most recently he taught advanced English as a Second Language classes at the Ozark Literacy Council as an AmeriCorps member. He received his Bachelor’s in English at UA Little Rock. Outside of the classroom, Nathan is an avid record collector and baseball fan.


Summer is a sophomore in the Walton College. She is currently majoring in Marketing with a minor in Political Science. Summer works for the Arkansas Traveler writing opinion pieces. Summer hopes to go to law school after receiving her undergrad. In her free time she enjoys hiking, reading and procrastinating.