Bonnie Odiorne, Ph.D.
|Occupation||Adjunct Professor & Director, Writing Center|
|Location||Waterbury, Conn., United States|
|Introduction||Hello everyone! I'm Bonnie Odiorne. I wear a lot of hats here at Post University. I'm the Director of the Writing Center, and an Adjunct Professor of French, English Composition, Composition and Literature, and First Year Transitions. I also teach Reading Comprehension and Critical Thinking for the ACE program. In the past, I've taught at the University of California at Berkeley and The Johns Hopkins University. I've also held varied positions in adult community education, integrating basic literacy and English as a Second Language instruction. My teaching philosophy and writing center practice is rooted in student-centered education, facilitating student needs, goals, and interests. I support active student participation and an integration of traditional and online instruction. Some of my interests include community involvement and singing. You can read more about my background and teaching philosophy on Post University’s website. You can also read my blog posts here.|