2016-17 Second Year Fellow

Lindsey Chudzik, University College

Lindsay A. Chudzik is an assistant professor in the Department of Focused Inquiry. She holds a B.A. in English and Creative Writing from Temple University, an M.A. in Literature and an M.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Prior to joining VCU, Lindsay taught at North Carolina State University and Rowan University, as well as served as the senior editor of "Glassworks Magazine" and led multiple creative writing workshops at Mighty Wrighters, a nonprofit located in Philadelphia.

Currently, her primary teaching interestes revolve around community engagement. Her students have partnered with such Richmond organizations as Carver Promise, Church Hill Activities & Tutoring and OAR. Her critical work and conference presentations largely center around community literacy and service-learning in the classroom. Her fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in "Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry & Prose," "Ghost Town," and "Haunted Waters Press," among others, and her creative nonfiction has ben anthologized. In addition, Lindsay serves on the Board of Directors for James River Writers and facilitates a creative writing workshop for ex-offenders at OAR.

2015-2016 Fellows

First Year Fellows

Lindsey Chudzik, University College
Jay White, School of Allied Health Professions

Second Year Fellows

Melanie Buffington, School of the Arts
Kristin Caskey, School of the Arts
Robin Everhart, College of Humanities and Sciences, Department of Psychology
Tammy Swecker, School of Dentistry

2014-2015 Fellows

First Year Fellows

Melanie Buffington, School of the Arts
Kristin Caskey, School of the Arts
Robin Everhart, College of Humanities and Sciences, Department of Psychology
Tammy Swecker, School of Dentistry

Second Year Fellows

Kris Byrd, University College
Tracey Gendron, School of Allied Health Professions
Damian Pitt, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs

2013-2014 Fellows

First Year Fellows

Kris Byrd, University College
Tracey Gendron, School of Allied Health Professions
Damian Pitt, L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs

Second Year Fellows

Kim Isringhausen, School of Dentistry
Carrie LeCrom, School of Education, Center for Sport Leadership

2012-2013 Fellows

First Year Fellows

Randi Buerlein, School of Social Work
Kim Isringhausen, School of Dentistry
Carrie LeCrom, School of Education, Center for Sport Leadership

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