English Graduate Pedagogy Showcase

ICAP collaborated with Professional Writing and the Graduate Program in English to host our first English Graduate Pedagogy Showcase. The lightning talks, poster session, and publishers’ book exhibits were well attended by staff, faculty, and graduate students from across the department.

Thank you to our judges: Kris Bross, Tom Ghering, Tom Huston, Lanette Jimerson, Rick Johnson-Sheehan, Tara Star Johnson, Brian Leung, and Nush Powell.

And a big thank you to our sponsors: Fountainhead Press, McGraw-Hill, Pearson, W. W. Norton & Co, and MacMillan Learning.

Congratulations to our award winners:

Best in show — Poster session:
Sweta Baniya, “Engaging with Community via Digital Communication Practices”

Runners up — Poster session:
Tony Bushner, “Teaching Visual Design & Accessibility Through Games in the PW/TC Classroom”
Libby Chernouski, “Theories of Language: Ancient to Contemporary”
Alejandra Ortega, “Joining the Conversation: Scaffolding Research Proposals in First Year Composition”

Lightning talks
First place, Allegra Smith, “Rhetorical History & Future for Audience Analysis”
Second place, Daniel Ernst, “Technical Metaphors and the Lemonade Stand”
Third place, Joe Forte, “In the District: Writing About Chauncey Hill”
Honorable mention, Erin McNulty, “Importance of A Revision Unit in First-Year Writing”

We thank Joy Kane, Alisha Karabinus, Devon Cook, Amanda Leary, and Derek Sherman for their logistical help.

We look forward to hosting a similar event in March 2020.