Winthrop University: Meet our Tutors
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Writing Center
242 Bancroft Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-2138
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Meet our Tutors

Graduate Assistants

Sam Hyatt

Sam Hyatt

My name is Sam Hyatt and I am in my first year of the M.A. in English here at Winthrop. This past May, I graduated from Winthrop with a B.A. in English, and I am so excited to be a part of the graduate program as well as a GA in the Writing Center. After completing this degree, I have plans to teach freshman English and writing classes while working toward to obtaining my Ph.D. I look forward to working with you soon!


Stephanie Martin

Stephanie Martin

Hello, my name is Stephanie! The gentleman accompanying me in the photo is my Fiancé, Lake. With his encouragement, I am entering my first year as a graduate student in English. My B.A. degree is in English education, so I am passionate about teaching students and am prepared to help with students with diverse learning needs. Additionally, since I had the pleasure of completing my undergrad at Winthrop, I’ve studied under Dr. Hoffman and Dr. Sommers in creative writing and creative nonfiction, making me more adept in tutoring students in those areas. However, my interests also branch outside of the English major as I am also prepared to tutor students in writing scientific papers. I can’t wait to help students become the best writers they can be!


Jordan Terry

Jordan Terry

Hi! I’m Jordan Terry, and I am so excited to start my first semester tutoring here at the writing center! I received my B.A. in English with a minor in professional writing here at Winthrop University, and I am currently pursuing my M.A. in English. I hope to move on after this program and continue my English education and eventually teach at the college level. My main focus is American literature and African American literature. I can’t wait to meet some of our incredible students and help out with all of your amazing work!


 

Tutors

Lyn HortonLyn Horton

Howdy! My name is Lyn Horton and I am a senior English major with minors in educational studies and creative writing. I work as the podcast editor for the Johnsonian's podcast, On Air: The Johnsonian, and I'm really excited to help people become more confident, experienced writers. I enjoy working with students through all aspects of the writing process, from brainstorming, to drafting, all the way through revisions. Though I have a particular personal interest in creative writing and literary analysis, I'm just as equipped to assist with professional and academic writing. I hope to see you in the Writing Center!


Paige LillibridgePaige Lillibridge

Hello everyone! My name is Paige Lillibridge, and I am an undergraduate student here at Winthrop University. I am double majoring in English and Psychology with a minor in Spanish. Writing is my greatest passion, so I am very excited to be working as a tutor in the writing center this semester to help others become better writers themselves! Writing is a craft, it is something that takes practice, patience, and dedication. I want to help people truly appreciate and understand the craft of writing. As such, I am most looking forward to helping students understand the writing process and how they can work to be confident, successful writers. I hope to give guidance that can be taken and applied outside of the writing center. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with students and look forward to a great semester of tutoring! 


Last Updated: 7/13/22