University of Tampa students Elliot Taillon and Alexa Baiano, both students in Marlen’s FYW 101 and 102 courses, have received undergraduate research fellowships up to $1000 each from the University Honors Program. They will pursue original research projects during the 2013-2014 school year under Marlen’s supervision. Elliot will examine how North American colleges and universities market to their LGBTQ students while remaining sensitive to conservative, religious and international students; Alexa will co-author a double-voiced autoethnography with Marlen examining sex as a topic in the college writing classroom. Congratulations to Elliot and Alexa.
Dr. Harrison and colleague Dr. Lisa Suter will develop and implement a two-week intensive writing enrichment workshop for graduate students at The University of Tampa, the first of its kind at the institution. EWGL 6000 – Effective Writing at the Graduate Level is designed primarily for graduate students whose first language is not English, but domestic students are welcome as space allows. Workshop participants must be admitted to a graduate program in the U.S. before being eligible to take the workshop. It is recommended, though not required, students have completed some graduate level study before taking the workshop. The workshop is open to students from all universities, not just those accepted into one of The University of Tampa’s graduate programs.
Some of Marlen’s picks include:
HiM by Hanae Mori
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Ever wanted to build a class website in 3 minutes or to have students develop their own online journals?
Ever wondered how technology can streamline teaching and grading?
Ever wondered how people actually accomplished the above with little to no prior knowledge of such things?
Join us for: An Intro to WordPress & Canvas (with examples!)
(this is a presentation for faculty only)