Maggie M. Herb is assistant professor of English and the director of Buffalo State’s Writing Center. She teaches courses in English Education and Writing. Prior to joining Buffalo State in 2016, she taught writing in a variety of contexts—both at the high school and college level—and directed the writing centers at both Stetson University and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Her research focuses on writing center studies, particularly the institutional positioning of writing centers and labor issues related to writing center work, as well as tutor/teacher education. Her work has been published in The Writing Center Journal, Praxis, and several edited collections. She currently serves as co-director of the Western New York Writing Project, which provides professional development and training for local teachers. She holds a Ph.D. in Composition and TESOL and an MA in Teaching English, both from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in journalism from Penn State University.
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