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A person works at a laptop and writes in a notebook.
Sep 19, 2018
Overview: This activity invites students to explore how materiality affects content through responding to a writing prompt using different sets of writing materials.
Sep 7, 2018
The mornings are getting a bit cooler, the evenings seem a bit shorter, and small clusters of rising sophomores participating in Sophomore College can be found around Coupa and Meyer Green … that means that it’s that time of year again: time for P
Sep 7, 2018
Our instructors kept themselves busy during the summer months.
A field of green grass with a chalk white line drawn in the middle.
Sep 7, 2018
Overview: This activity is a modified version of commonly-used “Crossing the Line” or “Beyond the Line” activity you may have previously experienced, notably in that it is rooted in the specific reading/listening assignment.
Sep 7, 2018
In this issue, we’re pleased to announce a PWR student who published an article pre-PWR and then continued her research in her PWR course, as well as three students who published versions of their PWR RBAs.
Aug 30, 2018
The PWR Newsletter team had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Kim Savelson about her new PWR 91 course, "Storytelling and Science," which she taught in spring quarter 2018.
Aug 24, 2018
In this issue, we're spotlighting the winners of the Spring 2018 Lunsford Awards.  They will be honored in person at our Awards Ceremonies in May 2019. 
Holding a sign that says Hope in the Dark
Aug 24, 2018
[Note: The phrase "Hope in the Dark" in the photo deliberately echoes the title of Rebecca Solnit's book]
Tools hang from the wall in a workshop.
Aug 16, 2018
Overview: These two activities are designed to introduce students to the idea of a thesis statement for a rhetorical analysis essay and provide structured peer feedback on their draft thesis statement.

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