Today’s podcast with Chamere Poole featured Michelle Wright, D.C. Cochran, and Ryan Edel discussing how they share the concepts of transfer and trajectory with their students. The discussion addressed how students view these concepts and strategies for using Grassroots and other resources to help student undertake effective decision-making in their writing research.
The Writing Program invites you to our annual Grassroots Writing Research Colloquium, which will take place on Tuesday, March 4th, 7-9pm, in Stevenson Hall 401. The Colloquium promotes student research in the study of writing practices and will feature presentations from several speakers discussing their work.
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On February 10th, we held a session with our Critical Inquiry Ambassadors discussing the relationships between ENG 101, COM 110, and research at Milner Library. Topics addressed include commonalities in terminology, research aptitudes, transfer, and how to continue this collaboration between ENG 101, COM 110, and Milner Library.
Podcast (mp3 – 26 minutes)
Q&A (mp3 – 28 minutes)
The Illinois State University Writing Program sponsors an undergraduate scholarship to promote research in the study of writing practices. There are TWO SCHOLARSHIPS available for the 2014-2015 academic year. Each scholarship provides a $500.00 stipend to undergraduate students at any level. Scholarship participants will create a research study that investigates writing practices, present their research at our Writing Program’s annual Writing Research Colloquium, and compose an article for The Grassroots Writing Research Journal.
For more information and to apply, please see our 2014-15 Call for Applications!