Mary Beth Eustice
Role at the SALT Center: As a Senior Coordinator for Academic Intervention Services, I play a leadership role in the design, implementation and coordination of enhanced academic supports for students enrolled in the SALT Center. I also oversee the educational technology support program, which offers peer tech coaching assistance. Tech coaches steer students to assistive technology and to apps which aid academic processes such as notetaking, reading, research, writing, studying, organizing, and planning.
Education: The University of Arizona, B.A., Creative Writing with Minor in Journalism; M.A., Information Resources & Library Science; Post-Bac., Secondary Education, English
Hometown: Tucson, Arizona
Professional Associations: UA Cross-Campus groups - LATTE (Learning and Teaching with Technology) and WIT (Women in Technology)
Activities/Interests: I grew up here amongst the saguaros where I revel in the scent of creosote after a thunderstorm. I love to play ball or frisbee with my pound rescues: Dudley, Shadow, and Zephyr. I enjoy spending time with my sons watching superhero movies, chatting about science, and laughing at memes. On the side, I work on writing projects, including screenplays, stories, and lyrics. When I’m not writing or hunting for the latest educational apps, I love to listen to music and play piano.