Celebration of Student Writing
The Academic Center for Tutoring coordinates the Celebration of Student Writing, an event that has occurred each April since 2008. At the event students share what they have learned about their writing process and products developed in innovative Faculty Writing Fellows' classes. The form of the event is similar to poster sessions of regional and national disciplinary conferences.
This year's Celebration of Student Writing is scheduled for
Thursday, April 18, 2019, 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Student Success Center, room 130, usually during the Academic Week of Excellence/Tower Day.
The program includes a few introductory words by the Provost, whose office the Faculty Writing Fellowship and the Celebration of Student Writing. Following the Provost, the
Academic Center for Tutoring Director will introduce the Faculty Writing Fellows, the winners of the Outstanding Teacher of Writing Award, and the winners of the First-Year Composition Essay Award. While talking to students and exploring the work they've produced, participants at the event can enjoy beverages and light snacks.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Myrtha Alejandro from Dr. Katherine White's PSYCH 1101 class.
In the foreground, Dr. Amanda Rees, a faculty writing fellow from History & Geography,converses with one of her students
Approximately, 100 students and faculty attended the Celebration of Student Writing.
On the right, Dr. Susan Hrach, Director of the Faculty Center, speaking with Dr. Pat McHenry, COLS Associate Dean.
On the left, Writing Center consultants Liz Lockhart and Julie Kuralt assist with the event.
A poster on psychology myths about memory, from a student in Dr. Katherine White's PSYCH 1101 class.
A poster on psychology myths about the insanity plea, from a student in Dr. Katherine White's PSYCH 1101 class.)
Danielle Thomas and Micah Arnholdt showcase team-based learning information from Dr. Amanda Rees's GEOG 1101.
A poster on real world application of abstract math principles, from a student in Dr. Ben Kamau's MATH 1101 class.
Hayley Baum, presenting on Brunelleschi's Dome for one of Dr. Claire McCoy's upper-level art history courses.
Katherine Hinzman (Honors Student), presenting on Tornabuoni's "The Sacred Women" for one of Dr. Claire McCoy's upper-level art history courses.
Shannon Smallman, presenting "Checkmate" for one of Dr. Claire McCoy's upper-level art history courses.
Hank Chandler, presenting on The Facade at San Lorenzo for one of Dr. Claire McCoy's upper-level art history courses.