About the Author - Patti See
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Patti See is a Senior Student Services Coordinator and teaches developmental education and women's studies courses at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She also supervises tutoring programs for multi-cultural students, students with disabilities, and first-generation/low-income students. Her stories, poems, and essays have appeared in Salon Magazine, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Journal of Developmental Education, The Wisconsin Academy Review, The Southwest Review, HipMama, as well as other magazines and anthologies. She is the author of Higher Learning: Reading and Writing About College (3rd edition forthcoming from Prentice Hall in 2011) and a poetry collection, Love’s Bluff (Plainview Press, 2006).
She was the recipient of the 2004 Academic Staff Excellence in Performance Award from UW-Eau Claire and the 2006 University of Wisconsin-System Regents Award for Excellence.
Read Patti's latest post:
Ten Commandments for a First-Year Student (From His Mom)
By: Patti See
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You can read more of her work in The Chippewa Herald: Graduating to Letting Go
You can unlock all the mysteries of the college experience in her co-authored book: Higher Learning: Reading and Writing About College, 2nd edition, by Patti See and Bruce Taylor