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CWP Lecturer in Panel Discussion on Storytelling and Justice

CWP's Jane Hammons participates in a panel discussion sponsored by American Cultures: Justice Stories, Resistance Stories and Just Good Stories: Narrative and Storytelling as Critical Pedagogy, November 14, 4;00-6:00, in 231 Wheeler Hall.

CWP Lecturer's Book Praised by Publishers Weekly

In a starred review, Publishers Weekly praises Radical Reinvention, a new memoir by CWP Lecturer Kaya Oakes.

CWP Offering CW R4A: Reading and Composition

CWP is now offering R4A, a 4-unit course that satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition Requirement.

CWP's Pat Steenland Named Chancellor's Public Scholar

CWP Lecturer Pat Steenland has been named a Chancellor's Public Scholar and will be joining the third year's cohort in the American Cultures Engaged Scholarship (ACES) Program.

CWP Featured in The Berkeleyan

CWP is touted for its "bold vision", enthusiasm, and diverse course offerings. 

CWP Associate Director Wins MLA Shaughnessy Prize

CWP Associate Director Jane Stanley has won the MLA's prestigious Mina Shaughnessy Prize for her recent book, The Rhetoric of Remediation: Negotiating Entitlement and Access to Higher Education.

Two CW 105 Students Win Micro-Essay Competition

Elise Delagnes and Derrick Tao, students in College Writing 105, have won the daily micro-essay competition sponsored by Creative Nonfiction on Twitter @CNFonline.

New American Cultures Course for International Students

Are you an international student looking to strengthen your reading and seminar participation skills? CWP is offering a new course for spring 2012 to help you do that and simultaneously satisfy the university’s American Cultures Requirement.

CWP Blogs about Digital Media and Teaching

Two CWP lecturers are blogging about digital media and teaching as part of the ETS faculty seminar Awakening the Digital Imagination.



March 21 - Brownbag: The Connection between Ideologies and Language-Learning Success

Date: March 21, 2013
Time: 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Location: Quinn Room, 114 Wheeler Hall
Facilitators:  Julie Kerekes, Ph.D.

As part of an ongoing study of the role of second language ability and use in internationally educated professionals’ employment trajectories in Canada, in this presentation we will try to understand the language-related experiences of internationally educated engineers seeking employment.



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