Our Staff

Director
Matthew Fledderjohann has worked as a writing center tutor and writing program administrator for over eleven years and at four different institutions. He brings to Le Moyne's writing center his enthusiasm for the learning that can happen through one-on-one conversations and his commitment to helping people work through the difficulties of writing and writing instruction. He has an MA in English Literature from DePaul University, and he completed his PhD in Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he focused his research on what happens when writers encounter dissonance. His other research interests include writing center theory and pedagogy, writing across the curriculum, and apocalyptic rhetoric and culture.


Peer Writing Tutors

Adrianna is a senior English major with a concentration in literature and minors in advanced writing and psychology. She is a member of the Integral Honors Program.  Adrianna began tutoring in the Writing Center during the spring semester of 2019 and enjoys working with students on writing of all disciplines. She is currently working on her Honors thesis, which seeks to identify effective instructional practices and learning environments within first-year composition courses. 

Cassie is a senior English major with a concentration in literature who transferred to Le Moyne in the fall of 2020. She is also a member of Tau Sigma and ERIE21. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, hiking, and spending time with family.


Jordan is a senior English major with a concentration in literature and a minor in advanced writing from Watertown, New York. In his free time, he enjoys writing, and reading about current events. He looks forward to future endeavors in the Writing Center and firmly believes that helping others with their writing will greatly improve his own.
 

Mia is a senior from Geneva, New York. She is majoring in English with a concentration in literature and minoring in political science and advanced writing. Outside of tutoring at the Writing Center, Mia tutors at Refugee & Immigrant Self-Empowerment in Syracuse to help multilingual students in various subjects such as English, history, and math. On campus, Mia is an active member in the Office of Campus Ministry and has previously led her peers on a service immersion trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico. In her free time, she enjoys hiking in the Adirondacks, walking her dogs, and listening to true crime podcasts.

 

Mikayla is a junior English major with a minor in advanced writing. She enjoys hiking around New York and participating in the English Club. This year she is excited to write for the school newspaper and continue her work with the writing center. 


Mike is a junior cybersecurity major (information systems concentration) from Westchester County N.Y. Outside of the writing center he works in Campus Ministry, as a tour guide with undergraduate admissions, and as an attendant with Le Moyne EMS. He is also on the executive board for the cybersecurity club. He enjoys running and spending time with friends during his free time. 

Molly is a senior English major with a minor in advanced writing from Long Island, New York. Outside the writing center, Molly also provides academic support to some of Syracuse’s high schoolers through the Upward Bound opportunity program. This year she is excited to gain virtual teaching experience as a TA for Dr. Ann Ryan’s online WRT 100-03 course. 

 

Osa is a junior Political Science major. He is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Government, and Campus Ministry. During his free time, Osa likes to spend time with his friends, read, listen to music, or play video games.

 

Sophia is a junior English major with a concentration in literature and minors in advanced writing, classical humanities, and communications.  Outside of tutoring at the Writing Center, she writes for the school newspaper and will be on the editorial board for the college’s creative writing publication, The Salamander, this academic year.  In her free time, she enjoys writing, reading, and spending time with family and friends.

Interested in joining our team?

We are looking for empathetic students from any discipline who care about writing, a range of ideas, and helping others to join us as writing center tutors. New tutors must first take English 393—a course that explores writing center pedagogy, practice, theory, and research. If you have questions or would like additional information about this, contact Matthew Fledderjohann at fleddema@lemoyne.edu.