- 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Emeritus Hall 1635 Santa Rosa Campus
- 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Emeritus Hall 1635 Santa Rosa Campus
- 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Online Online
Section 0517 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Aug 19 - Dec 11 2019
The above section of English 1A is a co-requisite for English 50. Students are automatically enrolled in both English 1A and English 50, MW 2-3pm with the same instructor. English 50 offers students support in college-level reading, writing, and critical thinking skills to help them succeed in English 1A.
Section 0597 of ENGL50
English 1A Support Course -- : Aug 19 - Dec 11 2019
The above section offers students support in college-level reading, writing, and critical thinking skills to help them succeed in English 1A. Students who enroll in English 50 are automatically co-enrolled in English 1A, MW 12-2pm with the same instructor.
Section 4876 of ENGL770
Writing Center -- : Jan 14 - May 17 2019
English 770 is a drop-in writing lab. Students log into a timekeeper when they visit the lab; they do not enroll in this class and do not get schedule credit. Monday & Thursday 9am-4pm; Tuesday and Wednesday 9am-6pm; Friday 10am-1pm.
Sheryl is on sabbatical during Fall 2017 and will return in January 2018.
M.A. English: Rhetoric and the Teaching of Writing
Sonoma State University, May 2004
Sonoma State University, May 2000
A.A. General education
Santa Rosa Junior College, December 1997
Sonoma State University:
2005-2006 - Interim Director, SSU Writing Center
2000-2004 - Graduate Teaching Associate, English Department
Assistant Director, SSU Writing Center
Sheryl Cavales Doolan was raised in the Pacific Northwest before settling in Sonoma County. After graduating from Rancho Cotate High School, she attended Santa Rosa Junior College and graduated with her AA degree. She then transferred to Sonoma State University where she earned first her Bachelor's and then Master's degrees in English. Both during her education and after graduation, Ms. Cavales Doolan worked extensively in writing centers at both the university and community college levels. She is currently an English Instructor and the Writing Center Coordinator at SRJC. She is in her 2nd year of the Doctoral program for Educational Leadership at San Francisco State University.