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It is part of what we do and who we are; it complements and energizes how we tutor, promote writing across the disciplines, and serve both UConn and the State of Connecticut.
This scholarship takes several forms—books, articles, reviews, conference presentations—and involves undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. Below is a list of selected presentations and publications by Writing Center staff during the last several years.
Much of this work is directly related to writing center theory and practice. For example, many UConn tutors have presented papers at the peer-reviewed Northeast Writing Centers Conference in recent years.
Some scholarship listed is not directly related to writing center practices but instead reveals the varied intellectual interests of our staff. Undergraduate Research Basile, Richard A. Academe and the Martial Arts. Being Controlled by Collaboration.
Bottelsen, Alexandria and Luke LaRosa. Centenary College, Hackettstown, NJ.
Briganti, Christine and Matthew Fuller. Investigating the Implications of Learning Styles. Bryant University, Smithfield, RI. Gohel, Vishal and Thomas Teixeira. Kane, Odia and Kharl Reynado. Reflections of First-Year Writing. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
Outreach Writing Projects in the Margins or the Mainstream? National Writing Project Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, November The Whole Holistic Package.
October 29 — November 1, Brown, Shan-Estelle and Molly Doub. Working with Returning Writers. Bugdal, Melissa and Ricky Holtz. A Writing Center Journal, Volume Deconstructing the Writing Center tutor Training Process. Discipline Specific Approaches in the Writing Center. Reconciling Competing Discourses in Student Work.
Partnership Possibilities for Outreach. Amateur Theatricals in White-Jacket. Susan Lawrence and Terry Myers Zawacki. Utah State University Press, Writing Program Administration Join Chef and Culinary Director Nick Yebba Jr.
of Teresa’s Hospitality Group – which includes the award-winning Teresa’s Prime, Teresa’s Italian Eatery, and Grille “19” – as he guides you through preparing the perfect multi-course dinner from amuse-bouches to dessert.
The fellowship is based in the Department of General Pediatrics at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center. As you may know, BMC has over a year history of caring for poor, urban and immigrant children.
The Breakwater Reading Series is Boston’s inter-MFA program showcase, featuring student writers from Boston University, Emerson College, and the University of Massachusetts-Boston performing the best in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Consultations take place at the Center for Writing and at a satellite location at Mugar Library.
Students may reserve sessions online, by phone, or in person at the Writing Center. Students enrolled in CAS courses are welcome to use the Writing Center on a walk-in basis for CAS class papers. Boston University Creative Writing, Boston, MA.
likes · 13 talking about this · 13 were here. The BU MFA, one of the oldest and most selective in the. A free, comprehensive, peer-reviewed, award-winning Open Text for students and faculty in college-level courses that require writing and research.