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Center for Social Change:
Dan Fleischhacker

Walden University's Center for Social Change is a connective hub that promotes, facilitates, and supports collaborative alliances, action research, and projects that lead to purposeful action for sustainable positive social change.

Dan Fleischhacker

Form and Style Editor, Office of Academic Editing, Writing Center

Dan Fleischhacker lives in Minnesota and joined the Writing Center at Walden University as an editor in 2015. He has a BA in English (emphasis on literature) from the University of Minnesota and a MFA in Creative Writing: Fiction from Hamline University. His thesis, a short story collection titled, “Come Back to You,” was a finalist for the Outstanding Fiction Thesis Award in 2010. Prior to joining Walden University, Dan has worked as a graduate writing consultant while a student, and then full-time as the writing consultant supervisor at Hamline University’s Writing Center as well as a faculty writing tutor at Metro State University.

Education

  • BA in English Literature from University of Minnesota
  • MFA in Creative Writing: Fiction from Hamline University