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Meet the Writing Center Staff

Francesca King

Francesca King

Director, Writing Center

Francesca King is the Director of the UW Writing Center. She gained her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Wyoming in 2019, and has taught First Year Seminar, English 1010, Technical Writing, and creative writing classes. Francesca also runs free creative writing classes (Write Time at the Center). Email her for more information.

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Rick Fisher

Director, CxC

Rick Fisher is currently the director of University of Wyoming Communication Across the Curriculum. He completed his Ph.D. in Literacy Studies in 2018, and has taught a variety of academic, technical, and professional writing classes.

While Rick is not a core member of the Writing Center tutoring team, the Writing Center collaborates with Communication Across the Curriculum on events and scholarly groups.

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Barbara B.

Professional Consultant

Barbara Bogart holds graduate degrees in English and Folklore Studies from San Francisco State and UCLA. After teaching for many years, she now enjoys working with clients on organizing their ideas and honing their writing skills. Beyond the Writing Center, she finds Laramie and the surrounding landscape great sources of inspiration for her photography.

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Colleen C.

Graduate Consultant

Colleen is a dedicated and compassionate master's student in school counseling. She completed her undergraduate degree in elementary education with a concentration in creative arts, achieved through taking several writing courses. Having spent seven formative years in Laramie, Colleen has cultivated a deep understanding of the University of Wyoming and its writing needs.

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Erin B.

Graduate Consultant

Erin is a PhD student in Botany and the Program in Ecology and Evolution (PiEE). Erin’s background is in microbiology, evolutionary biology, community outreach and education, and creative writing. Outside of studying wildflower evolution, she enjoys spending time with her dog, playing ttRPGs, and podcasting. You can read more about her work in the sciences and creative field at

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Rachel P.

Graduate Consultant

Rachel is a graduate student from Philadelphia Pennsylvania. She has a bachelor's degree in philosophy from UC Riverside and is pursuing a master's in English literature at the University of Wyoming. She likes to read, listen to music, and go on long road trips.

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Cheyenne H

Cheyenne H.

Graduate Consultant

Cheyenne is a graduate student in the English department. She earned her degree in Secondary English Education from the University of Wyoming. Cheyenne plans to use her degrees to create her own English pedagogy for minority students and students with disabilities. In her free time, you can find Cheyenne curled up with a book, outside with her friends, or gossiping with her two cats Seoul and Mr. Binx. 

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Gregory B.

Undergraduate Tutor

Gregory is a sophomore at UWYO studying Music and English. He is also minoring in Spanish and honors. Gregory has two dogs and enjoys hiking and being outdoors. He also loves to read fantasy and sci-fi novels.

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Virginia H

Virginia H.

Undergraduate Tutor

Virginia is from Potter, Nebraska. She is majoring in English with minors in Drawing and Creative Writing. Virginia hopes to someday pursue a career as an editor. She loves fall, pumpkins, baking, hiking, and curling up with a blanket and a good book.

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Sarah W.

Undergraduate Tutor

Sarah Walker is from Colorado Springs, Colorado. She is a Junior at the University of Wyoming and is majoring in English. She hopes to someday use this major to help her become an editor. Sarah likes reading, writing, spending time in nature, and music.

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Amelia G.

Writing Fellow (ENGL 1010)

Amelia Gee is an undergraduate student from Big Horn, Wyoming. She has an associate degree in general studies from Northern Wyoming Community College. She is majoring in Secondary Education and English, with minors in Honors and ESL. Amelia hopes to teach while traveling abroad someday. She loves to read, write, draw, play volleyball, and learn about new people and cultures.

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Kelsey C.

Writing Fellow (ENGL 1010)

Kelsey is from Rock Springs, Wyoming. She is an undergraduate student majoring in Secondary English Education with a minor in Professional Writing. Kelsey enjoys playing rugby, reading, and baking. 

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