EWP News & Announcements
The Expository Writing Committee (Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges, Elizabeth Simmons-O'Neill, Norman Wacker and Candice Rai) is pleased to announce the recipients of our department's awards for Graduate Students teaching in English Department Writing Programs. Winner of the Richard J. Dunn First Year Teaching Award (English 131) - Sara Lovett. Co-Winners of the Joan Webber Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Writing Programs by a Graduate Student -... Read more
Applications are now being accepted for the 2016-2017 Richard J. Dunn First-Year Teaching Award and the 2016-2017 Joan Webber Award for Outstanding Teaching for English Department Writing Program TAs (EWP and IWP). The deadline is Fri., May 5th. For more information:... Read more
The EWP will host a gathering themed "Teaching in this Moment" on Fri., Apr 28thfrom 1:30-3:00 in the Simpson Center, Room 202 for English TAs. There will be food, drink, resources, and conversation on classroom safety and conduct, negotiating diversities in the classroom, and developing our teaching community.
The Writing Research Collective (WRC) awards annual grants to graduate students to conduct original writing-related research projects that culminate in publications, conference presentations, dissertations, workshops, teaching practices, and other professional and public activities. The 2016 recipients include Lillian Campbell, Jacki Fiscus, Maria Mills, and Ann Shivers-McNair. WRC aims to enhance the culture of research on writing within the English Department and more broadly within the... Read more