Writing

Writing Requirement courses focus on the technical terms and conceptual principles needed to write clear, grammatical prose aimed at communicating with force and logic.  Upper-division courses focus on professional writing and the creation of individual styles.

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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15942

Donkin, 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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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)

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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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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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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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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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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16021

Boscha, Tina

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.

Prerequisites: completion of university writing... (read more)

16022

Boscha, Tina

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.

Prerequisites: completion of university writing... (read more)

16023

Upton, Corbett

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business and management students.

Prerequisites: completion of university writing requirement; junior standing.

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16935

Sayre, Gordon

The goal of this course is to learn to analyze the structure of English sentences, or syntax. The method is sentence diagramming, a... (read more)

17027

Upton, Corbett

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business and management students.

Prerequisites: completion of university writing requirement; junior standing.

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42298

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional and technical writing: weekly writing assignments include proposals,... (read more)

35685

Gazaille, Brian

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional and technical writing: weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions,... (read more)

35686

Boscha, Tina

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional and technical writing: weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions,... (read more)

35689

Wilde, Jenée

An assumption persists in writing courses that academic and literary essays are distinct: critical writers formulate arguments and manage subjective experiences with facts for... (read more)

36098

Cortez, José

This course will introduce students to the study of basic sentence mechanics, conventions, and grammatical terminology. Additionally, the course covers various... (read more)

22782

Fickle, Tara

Grammar is the language we use to talk about language. It’s a tool for describing how written sentences work and figuring out and explaining why they don’t... (read more)

26626

Wakefield, Eleanor

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional and technical writing: weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions,... (read more)

26627

Boscha, Tina

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

27045

Cortez, José

This course will introduce students to the study of basic sentence mechanics, conventions, and grammatical terminology. Additionally, The course covers various... (read more)

27786

Wakefield, Eleanor

Emphasis on form, function, and style of scientific, professional and technical writing: weekly writing assignments include proposals, reports, definitions,... (read more)

12163

Sayre, Gordon

The goal of this course is to learn to analyze the structure of English sentences, or syntax. The method is sentence diagramming, a technique for identifying and separating the elements of a sentence, the subject, object, verb, conjunctions and clauses, in a graphic arrangement. We will only... (read more)

12195

Bergquist, Carolyn

We are going to look very closely at sentences to see how they work, how the individual parts of speech draw together into syntax, and what effect (artistic and otherwise) these patterns of syntax create. The course will mix technical study of sentence structure and reflection upon the artful... (read more)

15980

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.

Prereq: completion of university writing requirement; junior standing... (read more)

15981

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business and management students.

Prereq: completion of university writing requirement; junior standing.

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42456

Boscha, Tina

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.

Prereq: completion of university writing requirement; junior standing... (read more)

35704

Boscha, Tina

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. Junior standing required. Prerequisite: completion of UO writing requirement... (read more)

35708

Wilde, Jenée

An assumption persists in writing courses that academic and literary essays are distinct -  critical writers formulate arguments and manage subjective experiences with facts for the sake of accuracy or correctness, while literary writers endeavor to capture the idiosyncrasies of their... (read more)

26480

O'Kelly, Brendan

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. Junior standing required. Prerequisite: completion of UO... (read more)

26481

Upton, Corbett

Practice in writing and analyzing internal and external messages common to business, industry, and professions. Suggested for business and management students.

WR 321 offers practice in writing and analyzing communication common to business, industry, and related professions. Students will... (read more)

26825

Sayre, Gordon

The goal of this course is to learn to analyze the structure of English sentences, or syntax. The method is sentence diagramming, a technique for identifying and separating the elements of a sentence, the subject, object, verb, conjunctions and clauses, in a graphic arrangement. We will only... (read more)