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Writing Program Award Ceremony Honors Teachers & Students: Wed, May 3 4-5 pm (Guilford Parlor)

Posted on April 19, 2017

The annual Writing Program Award Ceremony honors and recognizes our outstanding faculty who teach writing across the campus. This year’s event will be held on Wednesday, May 3rd from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Guilford House Parlor (First Floor). Light refreshments will be served.

We will be presenting awards to the following individuals:

Vanessa Hildebrand (Anthropology), winner of the Jessica Melton Perry Award for Distinguished Teaching in Disciplinary & Professional Writing

James Newlin (English), winner of the SAGES Excellence in Writing instruction Award

John Wiehl (English), winner of the WRC Excellence in Consulting Award

We will also acknowledge the following students, who are recipients of First Seminar and University Seminar Essay Prizes this year.

“Translation in Paradise: The Intersection of Languages and their Impact in Gurnah’s East Africa”
Katherine Steinberg
Written for USSY 285V: Castaways and Cannibals: Stories of Empire; Kristine Kelly (Seminar Leader)

“RBF and the Reluctance to Accept Women’s Anger”
Erin Camia
Written for USSY 289J: Beauty Myths Today; Megan Jewell (Seminar Leader)

“Re-fashioning the Field: On Gender and Computer Science”
Jessica Nash
Written for USNA 287P: Women and Science; Barbara Burgess-Van Aken (Seminar Leader)

“Conserving Culture: CBPR as a Framework for Group Research”
Ondrej Maxian
Written for USNA 287K: Human Research Ethics; Michael Householder (Seminar Leader)

“Myth Dismissed: A Case Study on College Students’ Perceptions of Sleep Deprivation”
Zhihan Wang
Written for FSCC 100: Social Meanings of Health; Mary Assad (Seminar Leader)

“Two Sides of a Coin – Analysis of An Unquiet Mind”
Yiyang Wang
Written for FSCC 100: Social Meanings of Health; Mary Assad (Seminar Leader)

“Unethical Behavior in the Wounded Warrior Project”
Claire Howard
Written for FSSO 119: Philanthropy in America; Barbara Burgess-Van Aken (Seminar Leader)

Please join us in thanking and congratulating these dedicated individuals who make CWRU’s Writing Program possible.

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