The CAE coordinators support students with navigating academic services provided by the peer tutors, the Writing Center, and Multilingual Services. They assist students with determining which services will fit their needs and with making appointments. Coordinators book meeting rooms within the Reinhardt Building for workshops or study sessions and administer SASS testing.
Margaret Seelie received her MFA in Prose from Mills College in 2013. As a Mills student she worked as a Writing Center Tutor, a TA for multiple English courses, and a research assistant for the English Department. After graduating, Margaret established the Multilingual Services Department at Mills College. She also taught English courses at San Francisco State University, and in the Contra Costa Community College District. She has a BA in Art and Design from DePaul University. Her teaching path began in 2006 as a lecturer at Suzhou University in China. With a multifaceted perspective from being a student, tutor, faculty member, and staff member, Margaret hopes to offer holistic support to the whole Mills community.
Contact Margaret: firstname.lastname@example.org
Multilingual Services Coordinator
Britt Starr is in her second year of the MA program in English Literature at Mills College. She currently serves as a teaching assistant for “ENG 001: Rhetoric and Composition for the College Writer” and as a student supporter with Multilingual Services. Having lived in Senegal, China, and France as an international student of language and culture, Britt loves supporting international and multilingual students at Mills. She particularly likes working with students on reading comprehension, all aspects of the writing process from ideation to grammar, and speaking and pronunciation.
Writing Center Coordinator
Jasmine received her MFA in English and Creative Writing in 2015. As a Mills student, she worked as a Writing Center Fellow and Teaching Assistant with the Rhetoric and Composition Department. After graduating, Jasmine started teaching at Diablo Valley College and working as the Writing Center Coordinator. She has a BA in Sociology from Princeton University where she minored in Education and African-American Studies. As Writing Center Coordinator, Jasmine wants to ensure faculty and students all have access to the resources they need to improve writing skills in and out of the classroom.
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CAE Assistant Coordinator
CAE Administrative Assistant