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The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk this Friday, December 6th from 10-11:30 facilitated by Carrie Matthews, Michael Darrington & Ramon Hernandez. Teacher Talk is a discussion series with the goal of creating a space for graduate instructors and faculty to come together and share resources, discuss praxis, and present innovative practices. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and returning instructors to collaborate with others in... Read more
The EWP and CLUE are hosting portfolio workshops for EWP students. These peer review workshops are designed to help students get feedback from peers who are in similar/ the same classes. Rather than lecture them about the portfolio, we give students the opportunity to have peers read their works and answer their questions. These workshops will hopefully teach students how to work, read, and comment on works across classrooms. Please see the poster below for details about locations and times:
The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk next Friday, November 22nd from 10-11:30 facilitated by Jamal Gabobe. Teacher Talk is a discussion series with the goal of creating a space for graduate instructors and faculty to come together and share resources, discuss praxis, and present innovative practices. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and returning instructors to collaborate with others in the department and our teaching community.... Read more
The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk this Friday, November 15th from 10-11:30 facilitated by MiSun Bishop and Ryan Burt. Teacher Talk is a discussion series with the goal of creating a space for graduate instructors and faculty to come together and share resources, discuss praxis, and present innovative practices. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and returning instructors to collaborate with others in the department and our teaching... Read more
John Okada’s No-No Boy "captures the injustice of incarcerating Japanese-Americans during World War II — and serves as a warning today for our own fractured society."  Read The New York Times fascinating history of the novel and the role English department professor Shawn Wong has played in it.
The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk this Friday, November 8th from 10-11:30 facilitated by Alexandra Meany and Alec Fisher. Teacher Talk is a discussion series with the goal of creating a space for graduate instructors and faculty to come together and share resources, discuss praxis, and present innovative practices. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and returning instructors to collaborate with others in the department and our... Read more
The Expository Writing Program is pleased to invite proposals for the 2019-2020 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Collaboration Grant (up to $500) aimed at promoting more equitable, inclusive, diverse, accessible, and socially just writing practices, curriculum, and classrooms that contribute to our teaching community, encourage collaboration, and nurture professional growth. This grant is a fantastic opportunity to frame and make visible the valuable work you and your colleagues are doing and the... Read more
The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk this Friday, November 1st from 10-11:30 facilitated by Ryan Youell. Teacher Talk is a discussion series with the goal of creating a space for graduate instructors and faculty to come together and share resources, discuss praxis, and present innovative practices. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and returning instructors to collaborate with others in the department and our teaching community.... Read more
Leading economists claim we need more storytellers. Read here for more about why they say we need to value English majors.
The Expository Writing Program and Critical Classrooms invites you to join Teacher Talk this Friday from 10-11:30. Teacher Talk is a discussion series with the goal of creating a space for graduate instructors and faculty to come together and share resources, discuss praxis, and present innovative practices. This is a fantastic opportunity for both new and returning instructors to collaborate with others in the department and our teaching community. Please see the upcoming event.   Teacher Talk... Read more

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