2014 College Writing Showcase
The seventh annual College Writing Showcase, on Monday, May 12, 2014, featured student projects completed in support of the ENG 110 and ENG 100 course objectives. In addition to displaying their College Writing projects, students' poster presentations reflect on the writing processes they undertook to complete their projects. Follow the links below (available after the Showcase) to see students' digital posters.
All sections of ENG 110 work towards helping students develop:
A more sophisticated writing process including invention, peer responding, revising, and editing that results in a clear, effective, well edited public piece.
- Kelly August, "Where Frat Boys and Southern Belles Prefer to Write"
- Abigail Ferrer, "Why Do We Procrastinate?"
A more sophisticated understanding of the relationship of purpose, audience, and voice, and an awareness that writing expectations and conventions vary within the academy and in professional and public discourse.
- Harry Conner, "Student-Athlete or Athlete-Student?"
- Emily Hayes, "Visual Rhetoric"
- Alexandra Lambiris, "Science Reports and Media Articles: A Foreign Language and Its Translation"
- Julia Bugeau-Heartt, "Modern Media: Promoting Sexism and Interrupting the Road of Equality"
- Gia Pineda, "Influences of Asian Stereotypes in Media Culture on American Students"
An appreciation for the capacity of writing to change oneself and the world.
- Marissa Costner, "Factory Farming: A Multi-Genre Project"
- Jenny Gage, "Inside the Mind of a Type I Diabetic"
- Asunji Maddox, "Music, College, and Being a Student-Athlete"
- Lauren Salig, "Modified Food for Thought (A Mock Research Paper)"