English Major

2666

Brundan, Katherine

This course focuses on fictional constructions of nation in British novels of the nineteenth century. In an era embracing massive... (read more)

16572

Wonham, Henry

This advanced seminar will expose students to some of the major fiction of two of the twentieth-century’s most influential American... (read more)

22218

Wheeler, Elizabeth (Betsy)

Why do stories matter? In this class we will read novels of childhood and adolescence, both fantasy and realistic, and compare them to... (read more)

22221

Garcia, Rogelio

This course is an introduction to film and media studies and various methods of critical analysis. In this course, we will see that... (read more)

22222

Frank, David

This course is designed to provide students with the equipment they need to understand the theory and practice of public speaking as a... (read more)

22223

Brown, Kirby

Though signifying idealized notions of love in popular parlance, romance is about more than the transcendent power and emotional magic... (read more)

22228

Alaimo, Stacy

Do we read literature differently when we read for the environment? How are environmental issues connected to colonialism, gender,... (read more)

22230

Rust, Stephen

This course explores the fundamentals of film and media aesthetics, including narrative, mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing, and... (read more)

22231

This course explores the fundamentals of film and media aesthetics, including narrative, mise-en-scène, cinematography, editing, and... (read more)

22241

This course introduces students to critical thinking about the aesthetic, historical and economic factors influencing film, media, and... (read more)

22243

Myers, Kate

ENG 399 Writing Associates Development is a variable-credit, hybrid, companion course designed to support tutors in ENG 404 ... (read more)

25959

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional, and technical writing; weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions, instructions, summaries. Use of documentation in publication.

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25960

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional, and technical writing; weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions, instructions, summaries. Use of documentation in publication.

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25961

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business... (read more)

26303

Wojcik, Daniel

An introduction to contemporary folklore studies, with emphasis on the meanings of stories, rituals, festivals, body art, subcultures,... (read more)

26306

Wojcik, Daniel

Examines the research questions and theoretical models used by folklorists and other scholars in the study of vernacular religion and... (read more)

26542

Wonham, Henry

This course is an introduction to one of the major genres in literary studies. Students will read, discuss, analyze, and attend plays... (read more)

26543

Clark, Stephanie

Fantasy and Violence will examine the role of violence in literature of the fantastic with special attention to the problems violence... (read more)

26544

Dawson, Brent

This course is an introduction to the genre of comedy. It surveys examples of comedy across a long historical range—from classical... (read more)

26546

Fickle, Tara

This course introduces students to some of the major works, authors, and themes of Asian American literature, a diverse body of writing... (read more)

26547

The prolific White Earth Ojibwe writer Gerald Vizenor conceptualizes the cultural work of Indigenous literatures as “survivance,”... (read more)

26548

Kelp-Stebbins, Kate

This course provides an introduction to the analysis of comics and graphic narratives in terms of their poetics, genres, forms, history... (read more)

26549

This course is designed to introduce students to some important theories and practices of literary and cultural criticism. My goals for... (read more)

26556

Whalan, Mark

This course presents a survey of American novels in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It will cover a variety of styles and... (read more)

26557

Quigley, Mark

“Things Fall Apart”: Revolution, Reaction and Renewal in Early Twentieth Century Culture (1895-1945)... (read more)

26558

Bovilsky, Lara

Students in “Shakespeare’s World” learn to read Shakespeare’s works in relation to the cultural, literary, and historical contexts in... (read more)

26563

Laskaya, C. Anne

ENG 427 invites students to engage selections from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Texts will include the more familiar comedic... (read more)

26564

Clark, Stephanie

OEII reviews and builds on the grammatical foundations learned in OEI and adds to students’ knowledge of early English literature and... (read more)

26566

Whalan, Mark

This course provides a survey of American literature since 1900 with a focus on American literature in the world. We consider what... (read more)

26568

Dawson, Brent

This interdisciplinary course looks at how ideas of nature and the natural world shape early modern understandings of the Americas.... (read more)

26578

Crosswhite, James

Rhetoric has been characterized as a power to lead the soul, the universal form of communication, the art of persuasion, the way we... (read more)

26664

Kaufman, Heidi

What happens when digital tools and literature meet? What can the “digital turn” in literary studies help us to understand about... (read more)

26971

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business... (read more)

26988

Upton, Corbett

What makes a poem modern or a poet a modernist? The history of modern poetry, like that of any literary period, is a ... (read more)

12135

Myers, Kate

Open to competitively-selected English majors with demonstrated excellence as writers, the ENG 404 Writing Associates Internship offers advanced students professional experience as writing tutors, serving students enrolled in lower-division English, Composition, and Honors College Arts and... (read more)

12136

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.

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12137

Not open to freshmen or sophomores.  On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.

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12138

On- or off-campus internship in a variety of writing or literacy-related settings in connection with designated courses. Repeatable.

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15908

Copperman, Michael

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15909

Copperman, Michael

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15910

North, Tia

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15911

Hatay-Ferens, Molly

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15912

Thompson, Jalen

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15913

Copperman, Michael

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15914

Zimlich, Rhonda

In WR 121, you can expect to describe and practice writing as a multi-faceted process of inquiry, learning, and expression; practice writing as a social process through compassionate and critical response to their peer’s work and revision of their own writing in response to peer and instructor... (read more)

15915

Elliott, Meghan

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15916

Lejeune, Nadege

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15917

Connolly, Chris

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15918

Heim, Erica

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15919

Jung, Junha

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15920

Sansone, John

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15921

Gershow, Miriam

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15922

North, Tia

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15923

Hill, Jonathan

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15924

Bogart-Monteith, Angela

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15925

North, Tia

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15926

Habib, Mushira

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15927

Naylor, Hannah

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15928

Roethle, Christopher

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15929

Heeren, Travis

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15930

Reynolds, Megan

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15931

Pflueger, Madilyn

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15932

Ivy, Chris

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15933

Vernon, Adam

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15934

Kiernan, Steven

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15935

Neaves, Charlie

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15936

Fenton, Caela

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15937

Stephens, Jiesha

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15938

Fernelius, John

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15939

Huber, Katherine

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15940

Smith, Parker

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15941

Endalew, Yewulsew

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15943

Simnitt, Emily

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15944

Fox, Dewey

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15945

Nadarajah, Madhu

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15946

Keeler, Kyle

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15947

Zeller, Hannah

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15948

Gaucher, Ashley

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15949

Nelson, Nathaniel

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15950

Teeuwen, Iris

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15951

Staples, Natalie

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15952

Kempton, Alia

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15953

Hennion, Mark

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15954

Kerr, Bead

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15955

Lee, Pearl

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15956

Connell-Gonzalez, Ash

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15957

Okumu, Robin

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15958

Snyder, Christal

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15960

Sherman, Sabrina

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15961

Clevinger, Kara

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15961

Clevinger, Kara

Written reasoning as discovery and inquiry. Frequent essays explore relationship of thesis to structure and audience. Strong focus on the process of revising. Regular work on editing.

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15964

Jarvis, Michael

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15965

McDougal, Taylor

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15966

Carroll, Anna

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15967

Jarvis, Michael

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15968

Kratwell-Tierney, Paul

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15970

Carroll, Anna

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15971

Tan, Czander

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15972

Zimlich, Rhonda

In WR 122, you can expect to deepen your understanding of WR 121 outcomes through focused study of writing as a process of inquiry, learning, and expression within a particular discipline, profession, or more specific discourse community. You will: cultivate a deep understanding of multiple... (read more)

15973

Eccleston, Rachel

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15974

Eccleston, Rachel

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15975

Zimlich, Rhonda

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15976

Hernández, Teresa

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15977

Jarvis, Michael

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15978

Johnson, Abigail

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15979

Farfan, Vanessa

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15981

Huang, Helen

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15982

Kovalchuk, Anna

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15983

Ndakalako-Bannikov, Martha

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15984

Rochester, Rachel

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15986

Kovalchuk, Anna

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15987

Rochester, Rachel

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15988

Huang, Helen

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15990

Fink, Lisa

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15991

Rochester, Rachel

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15992

Wilde, Jenée

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15993

Eccleston, Rachel

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15995

Rust, Stephen

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15996

Smars, Bjorn

Written reasoning as a process of argument. Developing and supporting theses in response to complex questions. Attention to critical reading in academic setting. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15997

Zalyubovskiy, Ana

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15998

Zalyubovskiy, Ana

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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15999

Zalyubovskiy, Ana

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16001

Smars, Bjorn

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16002

Smars, Bjorn

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16003

Casimir, Ulrick

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16004

Casimir, Ulrick

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16005

Weaver, Damien

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16006

Casimir, Ulrick

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16007

Weaver, Damien

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16008

Weaver, Damien

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16009

Zandstra, Robert

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16010

Zandstra, Robert

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16011

Bryant-Berg, Kristy

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16012

Galentine, Cassandra

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16013

Zandstra, Robert

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16014

North, Tia

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16015

Kovalchuk, Anna

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16016

Bryant-Berg, Kristy

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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16018

Myers, Kate

Provides students concurrently enrolled in WR 121 with one-on-one tutoring. Enrollment priority based on entrance exam (SAT or ACT) scores. Repeatable once.

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16019

Supervised writing projects in nonfiction prose. Repeatable up to five times.

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16020

Myers, Kate

The practice and ethics of tutoring writing in the context of writing in various academic disciplines. Theories of teaching, tutoring techniques, and assessment of writing.

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17030

Bryant-Berg, Kristy

Written reasoning in the context of research. Practice in writing documented essays based on the use of sources. Continuing focus on revising and editing.

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