Education at Aquinas College

Stacy Slomski, M.A.

Stacy Slomski
Clinical Practices and Partnerships Coordinator
Phone: 
(616) 632-2055
Office: 
AB236

Biography

Stacy Slomski, earned her undergraduate degrees in English, Business Administration, and Education from Aquinas College.  She received a graduate writing fellowship from Grand Valley University for the Teaching of Writing through the National Writing Project and then returned to Aquinas College to work on a Master of Arts in Language Arts Instruction at Aquinas College.  Stacy received a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of Notre Dame. She has worked for many years as an adjunct faculty member of the English department at Grand Rapids Community College and also is currently on the faculty at Aquinas College, supervising and evaluating pre-service teachers during their field placements, improving the field evaluation data collection system, and establishing inter-rater reliability of field placement evaluation to comply with CAEP and InTASC standards. She also has been working on strengthening partnerships with regional schools. For almost 30 years, Stacy served as a teacher for various grade levels from preschool through adult education as well as in the principal’s office for over a decade. She has abundant experience with writing, reading, budgeting, and working with teachers, students, parents and other stakeholders. She lives with her husband and Jack Russell Terrier, Avila, and visits with her four grown children often.

Stacy has published articles and made a number of presentations on writing and other topics to students, teachers, and parents.

Education

  • B.A., B.S.B.A., Aquinas College
  • M.A.Ed., University of Notre Dame