The Psychology of Writing, Writing Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulation, Teaching Writing, Rhetorical Ethics
Lauren Tuckley is a PhD student in Writing and Rhetoric. Her current research interests include the psychology of writing and how writing self-efficacy, and self-regulatory behaviors, impacts the writing process.
Professionally, Lauren is the Sr. Associate Director of the Office of Fellowships at Georgetown University, where she is responsible for recruiting, advising, and mentoring high-achieving undergraduate students competing for national and international fellowships.
In 2016, she was the recipient of a Fulbright International Education Administrators award to Korea.
Lauren earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Midwestern State University in her hometown of Wichita Falls, TX. After her undergraduate education, Lauren moved to London to pursue a certificate in existential psychotherapy from The New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling conferred by the University of Sheffield. She then went on to earn her Master of Arts in social and public policy at Georgetown University, where her thesis centered on how social stratification impacts the national collegiate undergraduate attrition rate.