Writing and Rhetoric Department:College of Arts and Humanities

Highlights

Writing and Rhetoric MA Info Session

November 2018

photoThe Department of Writing & Rhetoric hosted an informational webinar about two graduate programs: the M.A. in Rhetoric & Composition and the Graduate Certificate in Professional Writing. Watch the session at https://www.facebook.com/UCFDWR/videos/561797680928628.  

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New Issues of Stylus Put Spotlight on First-Year Writers

June 2018

Two new issues of the Department of Writing and Rhetoric’s student publication, Stylus: A Journal of First-Year Writing, have been released. The new issues of Stylus can be found here. Stylus publishes outstanding writing and research produced in the University of Central Florida’s first-year composition courses, ENC 1101: Composition I and ENC 1102: Composition II. […]

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Komysha Hassan: Winner of the 2018 Honors in the Major Thesis Scholarship

April 2018

Congratulations to DWR undergraduate major Komysha Hassan for receiving a well-deserved 2018 Honors in the Major thesis scholarship. Also congratulations to Steffen Guenzel for his pivotal role in guiding Komysha’s research as her Honors in the Major thesis chair. You both make us proud. If you would like to learn more about Honors in the Major, you […]

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Student Highlight: Samantha Warren

March 2018

Samantha Warren is a student in the Department of Writing and Rhetoric who has learned how to make a living writing as a professional blogger. Her blog, Style of Change, started as a hobby. Fourteen months later, it has shifted into a business venture. She makes her money, in part, by posting sponsored posts as […]

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ICYMI: 8th Annual Knights Write Showcase

February 2018

The Department of Writing and Rhetoric hosted the 8th annual Knights Wright Showcase on February 7th, 2018. This showcase is an opportunity for students from the first-year writing program to exhibit their hard work and dedication in refining their composition and research skills. The event was open to the community, and was well-received by all. […]

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Coming up: 8th Annual Knights Write Showcase!

January 2018

We are very excited to announce that our 8th Annual Knights Write Showcase will take place on Wednesday, February 7th in the Pegasus Ballroom. This year’s showcase will include 23 posters from ENC 1101 and 1102 featuring original research; 2 student conference panels featuring students’ original research and moderated by a composition faculty; and 1 […]

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Angela Rounsaville and Pavel Zemliansky Awarded CCCC Research Grant

January 2018

Congratulations to Drs. Rounsaville and Zemliansky, who are co-PIs on a grant that was awarded through the Conference on College Composition and Communication Research initiative program. Their study is titled “Academic and Professional Multilingual Literacies in Sociomaterial Contexts: A Multi-Institutional Study in Norway, Ukraine, and the U.S.”. They will receive $10,000 in support of their […]

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Crisis in the Campus

December 2017

Crisis in the Campus functioned as a day of advocacy and entertainment. Organized form the ground-up, students in Dr. Stephanie Wheeler’s ENC 3331 – Rhetoric and Civic Engagement shared information on social injustices that they have researched this semester. Local Central Florida bands including Justin Alcaraz, Dylan Lancaster, Common Creatures, and others played for the […]

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New Issues of DWR Student Publications, Stylus and Imprint

December 2017

New issues of the Department of Writing and Rhetoric’s two student publications, Stylus: A Journal of First-Year Writing and Imprint, have been released. The new issue of Stylus can be found here and the new issue of Imprint is available here. Stylus publishes outstanding writing and research produced in UCF’s first-year composition courses. Imprint, meanwhile, […]

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DWR's Brandy Dieterle's Article Published in the Communication Center Journal

November 2017

Brandy Dieterle, an instructor in the Department of Writing and Rhetoric, has had an article published in the Communication Center Journal. The article discusses her experiences moving from being a teacher, to a graduate tutor in the university writing center at UCF, back to being a teacher, and how that particular sequence has been formative to […]

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Department of Writing and Rhetoric • College of Arts & Humanities at the University of Central Florida
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