Claire McLane

Lecturer

As a Coordinator for Student Programs, Claire works closely with students through the PATH mentor program, the Catalyst Seminar, and creating valuable programming to support and enrich the Honors experience. Claire values the relationships she builds with students, and loves to help students explore co-curricular experiences that inform and compliment their academic and professional goals.

Claire was born and raised in Tucson, and has a deep-rooted love for this region. Claire earned a B.A. from Prescott College for the Liberal Arts, with an emphasis in cultural regional studies focusing on the U.S./Mexico border region. After working in the non-profit sector and raising her young son, she earned an M.F.A in Poetry from the University of Arizona, and taught composition and poetry workshop classes.

Claire is passionate about authentic, inquisitive, collaborative, and experiential education, and is passionate about working alongside students as they move through their college experience. In her free time, Claire enjoys spending time with her family, being outside, creative projects, writing, and reading.