In the News
UCF Summer 2021 Commencement Schedule and Fall Makeup Ceremony Announced
June 08, 2021 Summer 2021 Grad Walk takes place August 4–6 and three in-person commencement ceremonies will be held August 7.
Why Do We Celebrate Pride Month in June and LGBT History Month in October?
June 01, 2021 Martha Brenckle, professor of Writing and Rhetoric, provides a brief history of the recognitions of Pride Month and LGBT History Month in the United States, and why representation matters.
Staff Awards Recognize Dedication and Exemplary Service
April 29, 2021 The annual college staff awards recognize employees who have delivered exemplary service to the college and UCF.
CAH Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotion in 2021
April 26, 2021 In 2021, 28 arts and humanities faculty members received promotion or tenure to recognize their dedication to the university.
University Writing Center
The UWC offers free individual and small-group consultations for any writing in any situation. Students can meet with tutors online or face-to-face in multiple locations.Visit the UWC
Recent Faculty Publications
Kevin Roozen. “Unraveling 'Writing': Interweaving Maverick Literacies throughout a Literate Life.” Grassroots Writing Research Journal, vol. 11, no. 2, 2021, pp. 95-115.
Rankins-Robertson, Sherry and Nicholas Behm. “Performing Silence, Exhaustion, and Recovery: Articulating Faculty and Administrator Identity by Cultivating Mental Wellness ” Ed. Craig Wayne. Preserving Emotion in Student Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy. Peter Lang Series, Writing in 21st Century, 2021. 239-250.
Activities and Disciplinary Positioning of Retirees in Rhetoric, Composition, and Writing Studies.”
College Composition and Communication 72.2 (2020).
Rankins-Robertson, Sherry. “Shaped by the (Disciplinary) Past: An Intergenerational Response to Edward M. White” Invited publication for Talking Back: Senior Scholars Deliberate the Past, Present, and Future of Writing Studies. Eds. Norbert Elliot and Alice Horning. Utah State University Press/University Press of Colorado. 2020. 370-375.