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Charissa Che Interview with Ashley J. Holmes
Charissa Che's interview with Studies in Writing and Rhetoric book series author Ashley J. Holmes (Public Pedagogy in Composition Studies) is available at http://www.ncte.org/cccc/swr/interviews/holmes.
Max Werner has received the U's John R. Park Fellowship.
Congratulations to Max who received this fellowship for research related to his project, "Wolf and Human Management: A Longitudinal Study." He will receive funding from the University Teaching Committee for travel, study, and course development during Summer and Fall.
Nona Brown and Maureen Clark have been awarded Professional Equity Program grants by CCCC.
Congratulations Nona and Maureen! These grants help defray conference cost for highly motivated non-tenure line faculty members/instructors.
Nina Feng, a Ph.D. student in Writing and Rhetoric Studies has won a 2017 CCCC Scholars for the Dream Travel Award.
Congratulations to Nina for winning this very prestigious national award for emerging grad student scholars in the field!
Charissa Che, a third-year Ph.D. student in Writing and Rhetoric Studies is featured in the Humanities Newsletter.
We just released our latest newsletter with updated information and articles written by our students and staff.