For the 2020 fall semester, the Westchester writing center is entirely online. We offer both synchronous (tutor and tutee work on a document in real time online) and asynchronous (tutee sends a document for tutor to look at, after which the tutee receives feedback) services.
Though it is not open this semester, the Writing Center is physically located in Room 202, on the second floor (Clep test center).
Reserving a Session
To sign up for a session please email us at email@example.com.
Online sessions can occur via email, over the phone, via Zoom, FaceTime, or Google Hangouts - whichever is best for the tutee. Once you have sent an email requesting an appointment, a tutor will contact you to confirm your appointment and to provide additional instructions. You will need to email a copy of your essay prior to the session.
If you cannot attend your session, please email to cancel your appointment.
Please be on time. If you are not here at your appointed time, your session may be given to someone else or simply cancelled.
Fall 2020 - Spring 2021
Peter Krause is the Writing Center Fellow and sole tutor at the Westchester writing center for fall 2020. Peter is a fourth year Ph.D. candidate in the English Department at Fordham University. Before coming to Fordham, he completed a B.A. in English and Anthropology at Goucher College and a M.A. in English Literature at New York University.
Peter researches how 9/11 and the War on Terror initiated in the Anglophone novel a shift away from postmodernism towards what some call "a new sincerity”, though he is also interested in 20th c. transatlantic literature, the novel, and postcolonial literature. Peter is familiar with many Fordham writing assignments, from Composition, Sociology, Psychology, and other departments. Whatever your subject and whatever your need, Peter can help.