Conversations in the Disciplines
The University Writing Program announces its annual roundtable conversations about faculty research and writing practices. Professors from diverse disciplines at DU will each give brief informal presentations about recent research projects, their research methods,a nd their writing approaches. A moderator will ask a few questions, then open the floor to audience members. The event will be particularly useful to students in WRIT 1133, 1633, or 1733, but the entire campus community is welcome.
April 22 and 23, 6:00-7:30 p.m. AAC 290
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Winter 2014 Program Newsletter
The Winter 2014 Writing Program Newsletter contains articles on working with international student writers, on balancing "writing to learn" and "learning to write" in ASEM courses, and on recent Program events. Plus, an interview with Professor Thomas Nail, notes on new writing faculty, and a listing of recent Program publications and professional activities. View Newsletter here.
WRIT Large Call for Submissions
The Writing Program is happy to announce our annual call for WRIT Large submissions.
WRIT Large showcases academic writing produced by DU undergraduate students. We welcome essays and research papers, scientific and business reports, creative nonfiction, multimodal projects, and more. If your work is accepted for publication, it will appear in the 2015 issue.
Creating a robust culture of writing on the DU campus, the Writing Program helps students and faculty develop complex writing abilities needed in contemporary academic, professional, and civic life.
The nationally recognized program provides a national model for colleges and universities seeking exemplary practices in teaching writing.