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Meet the Staff!
Rachel Arno, Director of the Academic Center for Excellence
After growing up in Cranston, Rhode Island and earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education and Elementary Education, Rachel moved to Long Island, New York for five years. Rachel worked at Stony Brook University for her entire 5 years living in New York, 2 years as a Residence Hall Director and then 3 years as an Undergraduate College Advisor where she provided advising, programming, and transitional support for a cohort of first year students. Rachel also earned her Master’s Degree in Professional Studies with a concentration in Human Resource Management. During those five years Rachel met her now husband and together they decided the Boston area was the place they wanted to make their long term home. Rachel joined the Regis College community in spring 2014 after almost 4 years at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston; there she served as the Director of Advising. Rachel can be found in the Academic Center for Excellence in College Hall or contacted at email@example.com.
Susan Erickson, Assistant Director of the Academic Center for Excellence
Susan M. Erickson attended Hampshire College with a major in Environmental Studies and Harvard Graduate School of Education for a Master's in Education. Ms. Erickson came to Regis College in 2011, and prior to Regis she worked in the Learning Center at Dean College. She is a very experienced Academic Coach. You can find her in the Academic Center for Excellence or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. When she is not at Regis, Ms. Erickson enjoys reading, cycling, hiking, playing with her dog, and relaxing with her husband and two sons.
Kathy Anastasia, Lecturer, Academic Support Specialist
Ms. Anastasia is a Lecturer in the English Department and an Academic Support Specialist. She has been teaching writing for fourteen years at Regis and she teaches Strategies for Academic Success each semester, a class preparing students to achieve academic success. Ms. Anastasia is available to help you through her classes or with an individual appointment at the Academic Center for Excellence. In addition to helping all students with writing, oral communication and study skills, Ms. Anastasia works closely with ELL students who may require assistance with English skills. She has lived in France, Mexico, and Spain. Ms. Anastasia holds a BA in French/ Education from Boston College, an M. Ed. in ESL from U Mass Boston, and an MA in Higher Education Administration from Boston College. Her office is located in CH 390. She can be reached at email@example.com. When she is not at Regis, she is probably traveling. If not, you can find her at the beach, a museum, the movies, or at the theatre.
Mary Johnston, Student Support Specialist
Ms. Johnston joined the Regis community in 2010 and has served as a SINE tutor, Internship Coordinator and advisor. Mary graduated with a BA from Smith College and received a Master's degree, with a concentration in finance, as well as a Certificate in Mediation and Negotiation from Harvard University. She enjoys traveling, hiking, bird watching, singing, volunteering with Boston youth, and spending time with her family. She serves as Student Support Specialist and helps students with a variety of issues which may be impeding their academic success. Please send Mary an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Academic Center for Excellence to meet her and discuss how she can help you.
Marcia Kuchta, Peer Tutor Coordinator and Academic Coach
Marcia has been a member of our Regis community for over 20 years. She is also a summa cum laude graduate of Regis with a BA in English and has taken graduate level courses in Special Education. Additionally, Marcia is a certified paralegal and, prior to Regis, worked in the law department of a large pharmaceutical firm where she met her husband, John. They reside in Wellesley and have two grown children. See Marcia if you would like to arrange for a tutor or if you think you might benefit from a few academic coaching sessions. She can be found in the Academic Center for Excellence or reached at email@example.com. When not at Regis, Marcia enjoys reading, crafting and spending time with her family.
Daryl Morazzini, Coordinator of the Writing Center
Daryl Morazzini is the Coordinator of the Writing Center at Regis College, working in the Academic Center for Excellence. In addition to his duties in the Writing Center, he is an adjunct professor in the English department, teaching EN 105 and 106. Prior to arriving at Regis College, Daryl taught courses in Literature, Religion, Philosophy, and Composition at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Tufts University, Emmanuel College, Mars Hill College, Newbury College, Bunker Hill Community College, and designed and taught courses online for SNHU, Kaplan University, Emmanuel College, and Allied American. He holds a BA degree from the University of Southern Maine in Philosophy and History (minor in Creative Writing), an MAR from Yale Divinity School in Religion and Literature, and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction. In addition, he studied Philosophical Theology at Boston University as well as at Andover-Newton Theological School. He is also a published poet and nonfiction author and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2010. His major areas of interest include Solitude, the Western Esoteric Tradition, and Comparative Contemplative Traditions. Daryl can be found in the Writing Center located in the Academic Center for Excellence in College Hall or contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.