Graduate Tutor Biographies
Vicki Bolf is the Assistant Director of the Writing Center for the 2013-14 academic year and a Ph.D. candidate in the English department at Loyola. She studies Latina/o literature, 20th century transnational literature, and feminism and gender studies. She is also a manager at the Loyola Community Literacy Center (luc.edu/literacy). In her free time she likes to swim, bike, run, cook, and read celebrity gossip blogs (sometimes)
Hours: Fridays 11-2 at the Lake Shore Campus; Mondays 3-5, Tuesdays 4-6, and Wednesdays 2-4 at the Water Tower Campus
Carly Francis is a first-year graduate student in the Master’s/Dietetic Internship Program. As an aspiring Registered Dietitian, her main goal is to teach hands-on nutrition education programs to help establish healthy lifestyles, with a focus on children and their families. In her spare time, Carly enjoys baking and experimenting with healthy alternatives, any outdoor activities, watching or playing sports, and spending time with family and friends.
Hours: Wednesday 11-2 Water Tower Campus
Kelsey Henke is a first year student in the Sociology department, focusing on social and economic inequality in localism movements. Her non-academic interests include rock climbing, avocados, lava lamps, and Parks and Recreation.
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 1-2, LSC
Emily Schmidt is a first-year in the English MA program. She rethinks her literary focus daily and is happy to take suggestions and/or bribes to push her in any specific direction. In her spare time, Emily enjoys cooking, seeing plays, and visiting her favorite dog, Roo.
Hours: Monday, 12-2, LSC