Emma Smith-Stevens

Emma Smith-Stevens | English Faculty | USA

Emma is a graduate of Bard College and the University of Florida’s MFA program in creative writing. She has worked as an editor, copywriter, and copyeditor. A teacher of fiction workshops, composition, and literature, she is deeply passionate about helping students grow toward their potential as writers and thinkers. Emma’s short stories and interviews—and a fake advice column or two—have been published in many fine literary journals.

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Dina Weinberg

Dina Weinberg | English Faculty | USA

Dina Weinberg has been working with students in many capacities for more than 20 years.  Her approach to teaching and learning stems from her belief that every person has the capacity to grow in a fulfilling and enjoyable way.  Dina currently has a private tutoring business where she works one-on-one with students on expository, personal, and historical writing skills, as well as computational and organizational skills.  Before becoming a full time tutor, Dina taught English at an independent school in New York City.

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Susan Willis Dunlap

Susan Willis Dunlap | English Faculty | USA

Susan Willis Dunlap has her Master of Education degree in International Teaching from Framingham State University, and she has 15 years of teaching and administrative experience at the high school and college level. Her favorite job was teaching American Literature and AP English Language at Escuela Americana in San Salvador. While working with students in El Salvador, Susan developed her love for tutoring in SAT/ACT and editing college essays.

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Ray Crouch

Nora Bond | English Faculty | USA

Nora Bond has worked in higher education since 2016. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Mount Holyoke College, and an M.A. in Child Study & Human Development from Tufts University. She also works in higher education consulting, to ensure that all campuses are fully supportive of religious, secular, and spiritual identities.

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Nora Bond

Nora Bond | English Faculty | USA

Nora Bond has worked in higher education since 2016. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Mount Holyoke College, and an M.A. in Child Study & Human Development from Tufts University. She also works in higher education consulting, to ensure that all campuses are fully supportive of religious, secular, and spiritual identities.

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