Lee to judge Achievement Awards Program for National Council of Teachers of English

Jennifer Lee, M.A.
Jennifer Lee, M.A., coordinator of writing in the Student Success Center at Misericordia University, has been appointed to serve as a judge in the Achievement Awards Program for the National Council of Teachers of English.

The Achievement Awards Program is a National Council of Teachers of English-sponsored competition designed to honor 11th grade students in the United States, Canada, and American schools abroad for excellence in writing.

At Misericordia University, Lee is responsible for increasing a sense of the importance of writing across all disciplines and throughout the campus community as she works closely with students, faculty and staff through the tutorial services and workshops offered by the Writing Center. Lee also serves as a learning specialist and provides academic support to students in the areas of time management, testing strategies, study skills, and other methods critical to achieving academic success. She also teaches English courses at the University.

Lee earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from California State University and a Master of Arts in English from Northern Arizona University. She is a nationally published author of magazine articles, poetry and short stories, and has also had her poetry published internationally. In 2012, she served as a judge for the Norman Mailer Writing Awards for College Poetry and she has been a consulting editor for The Explicator and a review editor for Writing Commons since 2012.