Pedogogy and Class Practice
The Office of Writing Programs offers support to faculty for any aspect of teaching writing or teaching with writing. Whether you’re planning a new writing-intensive course, looking for new ways to integrate writing into your current courses, or trying to make sense of a particularly perplexing stack of student papers, getting a bit of expert insight can make all the difference.
Support for Faculty Writers
The writing process provides challenges for writers of every caliber. Because even accomplished writers benefit from support, the Director of Writing Programs offers individual consultation for faculty working on articles, proposals, or manuscripts. All individual consultations are private and confidential.
Guest Lecture on Writing
Stephanie Dunson, Director of Writing Programs, is now available to guest lecture on a range of writing-related topics; in collaboration with any individual faculty member, she can design and present a lecture or workshop on a particular writing theme/challenge or set the stage for an upcoming assignment/class project. In addition to specialized knowledge of composition and rhetoric, Stephanie brings to bear twenty-five years of college teaching experience, expertise in a range of pedagogical methods, and background as an interdisciplinary scholar.
To get more information on arranging a guest lecture or to request an individual faculty consultation on teaching or writing, contact Stephanie Dunson (firstname.lastname@example.org or X4615).