Working from a base of contemporary rhetorical theory, advanced writing students will write essays in a variety of forms. They will be encouraged to develop a vocabulary for talking about writing, as well as the ability to critique their own and others' work. Directed reading in contemporary writing pedagogy for the elementary and secondary composition teacher. Required for secondary licensure in communication arts and literature students. Prerequisites: ENGL 201, 202, 203, or 204; advanced writing skills
Please note that this section is reserved for UST Center for Writing peer consultants only. For additional information, please contact Dr. Susan Callaway at firstname.lastname@example.org. A standard section of ENGL 300 is scheduled to be offered in Spring 2014.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee M.A., Brown University B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison At St. Thomas since 1996
Writing Theory and Pedagogy Writing Center Theory and Practice Service Learning Assessment
Presented a paper, "Transforming the Writing Center Through Community-Based Partnering," at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in March, 2010.
Established Community-Based Consulting in the Center for Writing in the fall of 2008, focusing on the developing literacy of refugees and immigrants at Wellstone International High School.
Fully-imbedded service learning components at Wellstone High School in first year through graduate level courses.
Presented a paper, “Grading Student Writing as Transformative Practice,” in the spring of 2009 at the Minnesota College and University English and Writing Conference at the University of Minnesota.
Was awarded the Faculty Excellence in Service Learning 2008-09 by the Office of Service Learning.