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The Department of Writing & Rhetoric Studies is proud to showcase The Undergraduate Journal of Contemporary Issues and Media. There is a current call for proposals for the next edition. The deadline is coming up on January 15th, 2019.
The Department of Writing & Rhetoric Studies at the University of Utah is partnering with Edulinx, a US-based organization that provides learning opportunities to students around the world, to pilot a paid Teaching-Across-Borders Internship program for students majoring or minoring in Writing & Rhetoric Studies in Spring 2019.
Join Joy Pierce, PhD on 11/6 from 11:00am to 1:00pm at Google Fiber Space at Trolley Square.
Professor Joy Pierce of the Department of Writing and Rhetoric Studies has agreed to join our College leadership team as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
In his recently published book, Maximilian Werner, assistant professor, writing and rhetoric studies, uses the vehicles of fly fishing, every day experience, and some of our most sacred rituals to explore the origins and limitations of our behavior and ideas.
It is a real pleasure to announce officially that Professor LuMing Mao will join the Department as Chair effective July 1.
Faculty Member Max Werner has been awarded a grant from The Council of Dee Fellows
The U's Department of Writing & Rhetoric Studies is thrilled to announce the signing of a formal articulation agreement with Salt Lake Community College's new Associate of Science (AS) degree in Writing Studies.
You are an instrumental partner in the success of our students’ futures after they leave the institution, and we want to say thank you.
Students Jackson Kerbs and Ashley McFarland worked with Faculty member Natalie Stillman-Webb to test the usability of our Departmental Website.
Faculty member Jon Stone has been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for his book "Listening to the Lomax Archive: The Sonic Rhetorics of American Folksong in the 1930s" Congratulations Jon!
Megan Tyler has been selected as one of ten Francis Family Foundation UROP Scholars for 2017-2018, for her project entitled “Gamification of Biology Literacy.” Congratulations Megan!
Shauna Edson, an MA student in Communication and Writing & Rhetoric Studies, has been working with the Salt Lake City Public Library to help make our local communities more digitally inclusive.
Congratulations to Max who received this fellowship for research related to his project, "Wolf and Human Management: A Longitudinal Study."