Elizabeth Klaimon, English as a Second Language, Critical Perspectives (1998)
Elizabeth Klaimon is the director of The Writing Center, and teaches English as a Second Language and Critical Perspectives. She came to UNCSA in 1998, after working for three years in the Slovak Republic, where she was a member of the English faculty at Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra. Ms. Klaimon earned her master’s degree in English and Teaching Writing from George Mason University and her undergraduate degree in Film Communications, with a double minor in English and Theatre, from Virginia Tech. She also works as a free-lance artist and photographer, exploring mythic themes and narratives through archetypes, dream imagery, and tales from childhood.