Computer Lab Manager
Academic Skills Center
Campus Address: Twin Rise South Wing 320
Monica explores the construction of thought across the disciplines as a tutor of a variety of math and science courses in the Academic Skills Center. She also teaches UNC 100, an introduction to the college environment, with an emphasis on critical thinking and the diversity of our college community.
Monica’s interests include feminist phenomenology, which is the intersection of social structures such as gender, race, and class with bodies and consciousness as well as other social structures. She recently created her master’s project, “Away, Rush, Hide: Reflections on Sensation, the Lived Body, and Scholarship’s Denial of Embodiment,” on this topic. She has now completed an MA in English in addition to a B.S. in engineering, both from SUNY Buffalo.
An active participant in her West Side community, Monica used to manage the farmer’s market on Bidwell Parkway at Elmwood Avenue and continues to support and enjoy local, sustainably grown food. Her bicycle is her favorite way to travel on campus and around the city.
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