R.W. Corns Building #316
61 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
Assistant Dean of Academic Advising and Director of the Sagan Academic Resource Center
Office: Corns 322
Professor Stull earned his Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Iowa. He is the Assistant Dean of Academic Advising and the Director of the Sagan Academic Resource Center. Professor Stull has taught the Freshman Writing Seminar, Writing for the Workplace, and UC 160. His publications include a book on New Journalism titled Literary Selves: Autobiography and Contemporary American Nonfiction.
Office: Corns 316
Cheryl Groff served as interim Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Strategic Communication and University Enrollment in 2004. In 2005, Cheryl joined the Registrar’s Office as the Secretary to the Registrar. Her responsibilities included the processing of official transcripts and enrollment verification requests, supervising student workers, and assisting with registration as well as interacting with a wide variety of people. Since 2008, Cheryl has been the Administrative Assistant for the Sagan Academic Resource Center. She performs a wide range of duties supporting seven professional staff members. Some of her responsibilities include scheduling appointments, supervising student workers, directing calls, and guiding visitors to the appropriate individuals and offices. Cheryl works with prospective students and families. She especially enjoys interacting with students on a daily basis.
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Coordinator of the Academic Skills Center/Academic Coach
Office: Corns 325
Stephanie L. Rowland
Disability Services Coordinator
Office: University Hall 114
Office: R.W. Corns 320
Director of the Writing Center and Assistant Director of the Sagan Academic Resource Center
Part-time Associate Professor, English Department
Office: Corns 316
Professor Stephens completed her graduate studies in English with a concentration in Folklore Studies at The Ohio State University. She has taught the Freshman Writing Seminar, College Success Skills for International Students, the First Year Connection Seminar, Advanced Composition, and Myth, Legend and Folklore. Her academic interests include the teaching of writing, folklore, reading and writing short fiction and dramatic literature, and the study of personal narrative. She has co-authored the book Living Folklore: An Introduction to the Study of People and Their Traditions, and has presented her work at academic writing and folklore conferences.
Writing Center Instructor
Assistant Coordinator of Academic Advising
Office: 325 Corns
Emily Lugg earned her B.A. in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Wittenberg University. Her professional writing experience includes conducting consumer research and writing scientific reports for Abbott Nutrition and writing freelance articles for a web development company. She completed her graduate work in Liberal Studies at Ohio Dominican University. Emily is a tutor in the Writing Center, Assistant Coordinator for Academic Advising, and Coordinator for the Academic Skills Center.
Writing Center Instructor and Assistant Coordinator of Academic Advising
Office: Corns 321
Georgeann Stinemetz received her B.A. in History from Miami of Ohio and completed her graduate work at The Ohio State University. "Annie" serves as an adjunct professor in the History Department at OWU and also teaches the First Year Connection Seminar. She is currently a tutor for the Writing Center and assistant coordinator for academic advising.
Writing Center Instructor and Instructor of English, English Department
Office: Corns 320
Professor Vicki Lefevre completed her graduate studies in English Education at The Ohio State University with a concentration in the teaching of rhetoric and composition. Vicki served on the faculty of Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio, for 28 years before retiring in December 2011. At ODU, Vicki taught a variety of English and humanities courses, directed the university's writing center, the Write Place, and was chosen by the students as their outstanding teacher in the spring of 2000. As a lifelong Delaware resident, Vicki is excited to serve at OWU where she teaches English 105 and is a writing center tutor.