November 29, 2016
University Writing Program Affirmation Statement
In light of hate crimes that have occurred on college campuses recently, and which appear to be committed in the context of the presidential election, the University Writing Program would like to reaffirm our commitment to diversity, multiculturalism, and tolerance for all students, faculty, and staff. As stated in our official Equity Statement, we believe that everyone's lives, perspectives, and practices are enriched when we actively engage in discourse around all complex ideas. Our department is a welcoming and safe place for students regardless of their political stance, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, special health needs, age, religion, country of origin, or socio-economic status.
November 14, 2016
UWP Student Jason Matthews uses Vimeo to produce an inquiry video for UWRT 1102.
On November 1, 2016 Christopher defended his dissertation entitled, "Use of an Interpretive Jewish Technique: The Function of Ps22 and Other Biblical Texts".
Tentatively titled "Between Panel and Screen: Comics, the Future of the Book, and the Book of the Future", the book explores the dynamic relatinoship between printed and digital texts as well as they each has to offer in a rapidly chaging new media environments.
August 31, 2016
Blue Star is a story of war and its effect on family. The poems weave history, census and militar records, letteres, journals and other documents to tell the 100-year story of one Southern family.
Joan Mullin, Jan Rieman, Justin Cary and Mary Ellen Muesing enjoyed participating in the annual DMAC institute at Ohio State University in May 2016.
Student digital stories projects around the theme "Boundaries" and personal histories on display at Levine Musuem of the New South's YouTube channel.
June 21, 2016
The University Writing Program reaches out to a local community with compelling initiatives to encourage the practice of writing for all members of the military.
June 15, 2016
The UWP Conference theme of Transcendant Literacies will excite both presenters and attendees alike with boundary-breaking ideas, presentations and workshops all topped off with a compelling keynote presentation.
UWP 60 // Bite-sized Discussions Around First-Year Writing
UWP 60 offers quick and easy to digist audio recordings remixed from larger conversations found on the UWP Podcast. They are about 60 seconds long.