Research-based articles, critiques and analysis of literary or artistic creations; book reviewing, editing, journalism, travel writing.
Especially practiced in topics of Mythology, History, and Literature.
Discovering new music, reading, running.
Ms. Palmersheim's developed well-practiced writing and communication skills, used in a combination of creative and professional styles.
She partook in and adapted to the multi-varied study of humanity courses, including; Pre-Norman Irish history, American American history,Political theory from Socrates to Kant, Victorian literature, Eco-criticism, Ulysses James Joyce study and experimental writing.
Ms. Palmersheim's last semester has was spent in University College Cork, Ireland, where she took courses discussing works by John McGahern, Oscar Wilde, and Molly Keane, to name a few, while studying Irish culture, history, and literary perspective.
While blog writing and media/ content developing for the online website Irish Celtic Jewels, Palmersheim's content proved reliable, researched, interesting and descriptive. She used images and social media to increase the client base, draw web searchers to the jewelry site, and increase customer sales.
Proposal writing for student grant and scholarships, proceed from her own experience writing grant and scholarship applications to pay for the full expenditure of a four-year degree, including living expenses, food, tuition and other University fines. From the initial account she had written on the behalf of noteworthy individuals seeking the same kind of consolidation.