Allison Weeter received her undergraduate degree in English from MidAmerica Nazarene University before going on to achieve her two master’s degrees in English from the University of Tulsa and Durham University, in the United Kingdom. She brings a wealth of experience in the realms of teaching and student success, having dedicated her life to higher education. As the director of ACE, Weeter plays a key role in the academic success of OKWU’s student body, assisting students of all levels to achieve their highest potential.
“My favorite thing to do is learn stuff, anything and everything. It used to fill my head with a lot of knowledge that I didn’t get to use. Now, however, much of that information is useful because I can tutor in math, history, Bible, and science, in addition to writing, literature, and the English language.”
Fundamentals of Reading and Writing
Composition Workshop I and II
Introduction to Graduate Studies
Member, National College Learning Center Association
Alpha Lambda Delta
Publications and Presentations:
- American Literature Association, San Antonio, Texas, February 2015. “Christianity and Choice: Individualism, Sex, and Morality in Nineteenth-Century Female Protagonists.”
- 2010: “At Home in the Empire: The Belonging/Occupying Dichotomy Present in Juvenile Boys’ Fiction.”
- Ustinov Research Seminar, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom. June 2009. “Fantasy: The Conflict of Vision.”
- “Teaching writing to non-native English speakers:” University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Presented expectations, requirements, models, and information for teaching Introduction to College Writing at the Writing Program Orientation to new and current teaching assistants.
- American Comparative Literature Association, San Diego, California, April 2003. “Co-Authorship and Collaboration in The Gilded Age.”