79. The Lab

Author: Lauren Salig, First Year

Enter the lab.

Inhale.

It is a smell you can never wash out-
Not formaldehyde, but blood.

This is a special lab
With only the freshest specimens.

Grab a machete.

Start dissecting

Notes: In 1994, hundreds of thousands of people were killed in the Rwandan genocide, most by machete.  In our search for human rights and social justice we must not take the most basic right for granted- the right to life.

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Writing a Research Proposal Workshop - Sept. 25

This workshop is geared towards students working on a research abstract for a grant, fellowship, or conference proposal, especially URP endowed grants.

Workshop: What keystroke-logging research tells us about student writing: An experimental psychologist’s view

Kim Epting, associate professor of psychology, will present on
“What keystroke-logging research tells us about student writing: An experimental psychologist’s view" on Oct. 11.

Active Citizen Series: Writing for Action - Writing Persuasive Letters to Elected Officials and Newspapers

Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 24 from 4:15 to 5:45 p.m. in Moseley 215.

Workshop: Learning iMovie and Designing Video Assignments 

Paula Rosinski, professor of English and director of Writing Across the University, and a Writing Center consultant will present on “Learning iMovie and Designing Video Assignments” on Oct. 25, 2017.

Workshop: Teaching Two-Column Script Writing

Douglas Kass, assistant professor of communications, is presenting on
“Teaching 2-Column Script Writing” on Nov. 1.