Assistant Director of the Writing Center of Operations
Marian University Writing Center, Mother Theresa Hackelmeier Memorial Library
Tanisha N. Neely's teaching and research interests include mindful teaching practices, collaborative learning, personal narrative, creative nonfiction, medicine in literature and writing in the disciplines (business and medical science in particular). Her narrative essay "Falling Between the Cracks of Queer and Black" was published in the Oxford anthology Headcase (January 2019). She is currently working on a collection of narratives tentatively titled Don't Hold Your Breath.
Neely teaches First Year Composition in addition to working side by side with students in the Writing Center. She is also the Founder and Director of Resilient Yoga, a community-based nonprofit empowering people of all ages and backgrounds to relieve stress, be well and face the challenges of life with resilience through the practice of yoga.
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