Degree ProgramAcademic Skills Center
Beth works at Walden as a Contributing Faculty Member in Writing. She received her B.A. at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and her M.A. in English at the University of MN-Duluth. She is currently working on her doctorate in English literature at the University of North Dakota. Over the past seven years, she’s taught courses in introductory writing, business writing, technical writing, research writing, film, and literature. She’s also worked as a tutor in college Writing Centers, helping students and faculty improve a variety of projects in many different fields. In addition to teaching, she enjoys spending time outdoors fishing, camping, and hiking.
Beth's research interests include: Bioregional approaches to nature and nature writing. Beth's social change interests include: Wilderness preservation and environmental literacy
CAEX 6050/6051 - Graduate Writing I: Basic Composition Skills
CAEX 6060/6061 - Graduate Writing II: Intermediate Composition Skills
CAEX 6100/6101 - Critical Thinking for Social Change
CAEX 6300/6301 - Reading Techniques for Graduate Study