Fall 2021

Section 0604 of ENGL50
English 1A Support Course -- : Aug 17 - Dec 09 2021
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, TTh 9-11am with the same instructor. All students are welcome to enroll in this class and this section will have extra support for the Lanzamiento initiative, designed to support academic achievement among Latinx and first-generation college students. Students who enroll in Lanzamiento sections have dedicated resources available to them, including: academic counseling, peer tutoring and success coaching, library support, mental health services, financial aid workshops, and opportunities to learn about transferring to a four-year university. Themes of bilingualism, transnational experiences, immigrant communities, Latinx authorship, academic scholarship, and activism are relevant to the Lanzamiento initiative. More information is available on the Lanzamiento webpage.

Section 0792 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Aug 17 - Dec 09 2021
The above section of English 1A is a co-requisite for English 50. Students are automatically enrolled in both English 1A and English 50, TTh11am-12pm 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. All students are welcome to enroll in this class and this section will have extra support for the Lanzamiento initiative, designed to support academic achievement among Latinx and first-generation college students. Students who enroll in Lanzamiento sections have dedicated resources available to them, including: academic counseling, peer tutoring and success coaching, library support, mental health services, financial aid workshops, and opportunities to learn about transferring to a four-year university. Themes of bilingualism, transnational experiences, immigrant communities, Latinx authorship, academic scholarship, and activism are relevant to the Lanzamiento initiative. More information is available on the Lanzamiento webpage.

Section 0868 of ENGL770
Writing Center -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021
The Writing Center will be mainly online in the fall with limited face-to-face appointments. For more information and to sign-up, please visit this website: https://santarosa.mywconline.com/

Section 1663 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021

Section 2445 of ENGL770
Writing Center -- : Aug 16 - Dec 09 2021
The Writing Center will be mainly online in the fall with limited face-to-face appointments. For more information and to sign-up, please visit this website: https://santarosa.mywconline.com/

Spring 2021

Section 4359 of ENGL50
English 1A Support Course -- : Jan 28 - May 16 2021
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 with the same instructor.

Section 4780 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Feb 01 - May 16 2021
The above section of English 1A is a co-requisite for English 50. Students are automatically enrolled in both English 1A and English 50 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 4876 of ENGL770
Writing Center -- : Jan 20 - May 21 2021
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.

Section 6441 of ENGL770
Writing Center -- : Jan 20 - May 21 2021
Hours: M-W 10am-2pm; TH 10am-1:30pm

No office hours

Ed.D. in Educational Leadership
San Francisco State University, August 2019

M.A. English: Rhetoric and the Teaching of Writing
Sonoma State University, May 2004

B.A. English
Sonoma State University, May 2000

A.A. General education
Santa Rosa Junior College, December 1997

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. She completed her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at San Francisco State University in 2019.  She is currently an English Instructor, the Writing Center Coordinator, and the Writing PALS Coordinator at SRJC.