Jess Weber is a graduate assistant at the University Writing
Center, currently working toward a Master's in composition and
rhetoric. She is from the Philadelphia area and earned her B.A.
in creative writing at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
During her time as an undergraduate, she drove cross-country for
several weeks, published her first book, and organized several
concerts and benefits for the non-profit organization To Write
Love On Her Arms. When not writing or consulting with students,
Jess enjoys photography, running, and baking cupcakes at obscene
hours of night.
Molly Phelan is pursuing a Master’s degree in composition,
language, and rhetoric while working as a graduate assistant in
the University Writing Center. She earned a B.A in English
literature from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, where she
worked as a Writing Center consultant for three years. She is
from the Philadelphia area and enjoys going to see bands, such
as Dr. Dog and The Day Life, and she loves her fish Moronica.
Sarah Krauss is currently a senior working towards a double
major in communication arts (with a focus in journalism) and
English (with a focus in rhetoric and writing). She is also the
News editor for the Salisbury University student-run newspaper,
The Flyer. Sarah loves dancing anytime or anywhere, napping, and
hanging out with her girlfriends. Her favorite animals are
jellyfish and her favorite meal is pizza with ranch dressing and
Sarah Jansson is a senior studying English secondary
education. When she is not working in the Writing Center she can
be found in the SGA office, where she is the executive vice
president. In what little free time she has, Sarah enjoys
watching movies on rainy days and hanging out with her best
friends/ roommates. She also has a secret obsession with The
Real Housewives and her dog Pebbles.
Gayle Metzger is a senior pursuing a degree in English
secondary education. She is interested in teaching middle school
English one day and plans to get a Master’s degree in English
when she has completed her undergraduate work. She’s from the
Salisbury area and graduated from Parkside High School in 2009.
She loves to read, especially on the beach, and enjoys watching
movies and hanging out with good friends.
Noelle Ford studies Spanish and English with a concentration
in creative writing. She studied abroad in Malaga, Spain during
spring of 2012. She hopes to one day pursue her Ph.D. in Spanish
literature. But for now, she is happy spending her days at SU,
studying in the Honors House, and tanning with friends behind
the Alumni House.
Alice Murphy is pursuing a degree in clinical laboratory
science/medical technology in the hopes of working in cancer
research or cancer wards of hospitals. She is originally from
Hockessin, DE but highly enjoys living in the Salisbury area
with all of her friends. She likes to curl up and watch a good
movie in her down time and is always ready to satisfy her sweet
tooth, but also enjoys going on runs and staying fit.
Chantel Gerardo is currently a junior with a
major in political science and a double minor in communications
and English. Following graduation from Salisbury, she would like
to attend graduate school at the University of Washington in
Seattle. "I miss my dogs from home dearly, but enjoy
volunteering at the Humane Society as well," she says. "In my
free time, I love hanging out with my roommates as well as
Megan McComas is a current sophomore
perusing a dual degree in Psychology and CADR, with a minor in
Accounting. Upon graduating SU she hopes to earn a Ph.D. in
Psychology and eventually open up her own private practice. In
her free time Megan enjoys going on hikes with her two dogs and
practicing yoga to stay fit. Her lazy days consist of playing
COD and watching her favorite show, Psych.
Lauren Anderson is a junior majoring in
psychology and minoring in communications (with a concentration
in human communications). She is in the honors program and plans
on pursuing a career in some field in psychology, but is still
trying to figure out exactly what. In her free time, she enjoys
trying new things, going on new adventures, spending time at the
beach, and plans on one day owning a teacup pig.
Camille St. Regis is an English Lit major
with a French minor who also lives a secret life as an artist.
She harbors an affinity for what some might call depressing
French cinema, and loves running and biking whenever and
wherever possible. Hailing from the west coast, she prefers
salty, sandy hair and makes no effort to remove the evidence of
her most recent oceanic voyages from her backpack or room.
Dr. Nicole Munday is the Director of the Writing Center and
an Associate Professor in the English Department. Prior to her
career in teaching, she worked as a journalist, focusing
primarily on political reporting and feature writing. Her
interest in writing centers began when she worked as an
undergraduate writing consultant at her alma mater, the College
of William and Mary. Nicole has been at Salisbury University