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Meet Our Staff
Allisonis a sophomore pre-nursing major from Elkridge, Maryland. This is her second semester working at the Writing Center, and she is also a university tour guide. Besides being a huge Washington Capitals fan, her hobbies include playing hockey and soccer, photography, traveling, and listening to music.
Shannon is a sophomore and a first-semester writing center consultant from Carroll County, Maryland. Majoring in Communication Arts, she hopes to one day be an event planner (if she doesn't change her mind 100 more times) and travel both the country and the world. Shannon is also a tour guide here at SU, and a sister of Phi Mu. In her free time, she likes to act like she can dance, eat ice cream, and pretend she doesn't have homework to do.
Mikayla is a sophomore majoring in Mathematics Secondary Education. Ever since she was a child, she knew Salisbury University was the college that she would attend. She spends every free moment she has napping, binge-watching Netflix, and/or eating. She calls Southern Maryland her home, usually because most people are not familiar with Calvert County. She knows just about every word to every country song, especially the ones by Kenny Chesney. This is Mikayla's first year at the University Writing Center, and she is beyond excited for this new opportunity!
Gayle Metzger is the Assistant Director of the University Writing Center. She started out as an undergraduate peer tutor and this will be her sixth year in the UWC. She earned her Master of Arts degree in composition and rhetoric from SU in May of 2015.
Stephanie Davis is the Administrative Assistant in the Writing Center. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance, and she aspires to one day own her own dance studio. She has a slight obsession with Pinterest and HGTV, wishes she had as much culinary know-how as the Barefoot Contessa, is a firm believer in the Oxford comma, and could watch each I Love Lucy episode a million times and laugh every single time.