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Jan 31, 2017
On February 10, 2017 at 3:00 P.M., Dr. Asao B. Inoue will give a talk, "Classroom Writing Assessment as an Antiracist Practice: Confronting White Supremacy in the Judgments of Language."
ESF students in class
Jan 30, 2017
All of us know what makes the fall such an intense and exciting quarter: the annual arrival of hundreds of first-year students to campus.
Chris Kamrath photo
Jan 26, 2017
On December 9th, PWR lecturers gathered for a workshop on teaching rhetorical analysis-an infrequently discussed, yet incredibly important assignment.
Jan 26, 2017
Kairos, a multimodal and open-source journal that features articles about the intersections between rhetoric and technology, recently published its 20th anniversary edition with several collaborations between major scholars in r
Jan 26, 2017
Jenae Cohn, Norah Fahim, and John Peterson have been collaborating on research into Google Docs.
John Peterson
Jan 24, 2017
PWR Newsletter: We understand that you’re doing work in Japan this year.
Isabelle Foster
Jan 20, 2017
As the chair of Harry Elam’s Student Advisory Group, Isabelle Foster, a junior majoring in Public Policy, is no stranger to leadership positions. She collaborates with the Vice Provost and the Associate Vice Provost (Sharon Palmer) to help identify the most pressing topics on campus, organize meetings, and lead discussions on new initiatives, recent campus concerns, and future university projects.
teacher and students in a classroom
Dec 15, 2016
Piloted in the fall and taught this quarter by PWR lecturer Norah Fahim, the PWR 1 Studio for Multilingual Learners, is a 1-unit course that supports the written
Dec 9, 2016
NOTE: The image above is by Peter Merts, a photographer who captured performances by the San Quentin Artistic Ensemble, a group for which lecturer Selby Schwartz has been a consultant in 2016.
Russ Carpenter and Student
Dec 9, 2016
Writing to Learn We got 99 problems and getting faculty to assign more writing is 1 of them

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