Everyday life in the 21st century involves composing and understanding complex messages in multiple media and in varied contexts. Students in the Department of Writing and Rhetoric receive a comprehensive education in writing and rhetoric that enables them to communicate effectively, persuasively, and ethically across a range of civic, professional, and educational contexts. Learn more about our mission and goals.

Apply for Pi Epsilon Pi, A Writing Academic Honorary

Deadline: March 11

Pi Epsilon Pi is is a national honors society for undergraduate students in Writing Studies. The first PEP was established at Loyola University in Maryland in 2006. Since then, chapters have been founded at institutions across the nation. At UCF, our chapter of PEP is an honor’s society and a community of scholars that excel in Writing Studies. The application process is selective, considering your work in Writing Studies as well as your GPA, but we encourage all undergraduate students to apply if they are majoring, minoring, or getting a certificate in Writing and Rhetoric!
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Complete applications can be sent via email to Dr. Jeremy Carnes (jeremy.carnes@ucf.edu).

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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.

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Recent Faculty Publications

Kevin Roozen

Roozen, Kevin.Acting with Inscriptions: Expanding Perspectives of Writing, Learning, and Becoming” Journal for the Association of Expanded Perspectives on Learning, vol. 26, 2021, pp. 23-48.

Esther Milu

Milu, E & Gomes, M. (2021). “Hay un tiempo y un lugar para todo”: Literacy Autobiographies and the Cultivation of Translingual Rhetorical Sensibilities.” In S. B Malley, A. Frost & J. Kiernan (Eds).  Practical Pedagogies: Engaging Domestic and International Students in Translingual & Translocal Writing.  

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