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History Writing Tutor

(The Hunter College Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow)


The Writing Fellow holds office hours in HW1545 during which time s/he can provide individual tutoring to History students on their reading, writing, and study skills. Many students come for help writing a paper, understanding an assignment, tips for studying for an exam or doing research for a paper. The writing fellow is not an editor, but can help students learn some basic editing skills that will enable them to better edit their own work. The writing fellow also hosts a series of workshops on these skills over the course of the academic year.

Meet This Year’s Fellow:

For the 2014-15 academic year, Faye Haun is the Writing Fellow for the History Department. Faye Haun is a doctoral student in the history of modern Europe at the Graduate Center of CUNY. She has worked as a Graduate Teaching Fellow in the history department at Brooklyn College (2012-2013) and as a graduate research assistant for CUNY history faculty (2010-2011, 2013-2014). In addition, as a student in the M.A. program in history at Hunter, she was a teaching assistant for three semesters (2007-2008 and Fall 2009. If you would like assistance with writing projects related to History courses, please contact:


Office Hours:
W: 1-4pm -HW1507

Office Location: HW1507

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