The Academic and Professional Writing Program welcomes four new colleagues at the start of the 2016-17 academic year:
The Academic and Professional Writing Program is pleased to announce the finalists for this year's Brett B. Gosnell Prize in First Year Writing.
Lucas Beasey “Saltville” (instructor Julia Fisher)
Kajsa Foskey “Forgiveness” (instructor Derek Cavens)
William Hamilton “The Southampton Insurrection” (instructor Hilary Holladay)
Lachlan Hausmann “Baptism, Beyoncé, and Black Christendom" (instructor Maya Hislop)
The final judge for this year's prize will be John Grisham.
The Academic and Professional Writing Program is delighted to announce that Fiona Geiran and her ENWR 1510 Instructor Theresa Kim are the winners of this year's Gosnell Proze for the best first-year writing essay. Fiona and Theresa will each receive $1000 and attend a luncheon with Program administrators and the Gosnell family to celebrate and to remember Brett Gosnell, in whose honor the prize was established.
News & Announcements
September 14, 2017
Electronic Portfolios in Writing Pedagogy: Process and Product
September 29 4:00 PM; Bryan Hall 229
Keith Driver... Read»
May 1, 2017
John Grisham has selected William Hamilton's "The Southhampton Insurrection" as the winner of this year's Gosnell Prize in first year writing. Congratulations to William and his instructor Hilary... Read»
April 3, 2017
Please join us Friday, April 21st at 4pm in the Faculty Lounge.
Kate Stephenson, Cory Shaman, and Keith Driver will be talking about the questions, difficulties, and advantages of... Read»